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Weeder Technologies
90-A Beal Pkwy NW
Fort Walton Beach FL 32548
850-863-5723
info@weedtech.com

Established: 1989
DUNS: 969723154
CAGE CODE: 4T5L9
 

Counter/Timer
Cards
&
Software

...simple as a laptop.

Data Acquisition & Control
  • Free 30-Day evaluation.
  • No special drivers required.
  • No need to access internal card cages.
  • Use up to 32 cards on a single RS-232 or USB port.
  • Mix and match the cards to provide any combination of features.

Digital Input Module WTDIN-M
8 high speed input channels which can keep a running count of pulses applied to them and store a count value up to 16,777,215 each. Also includes 2 digital output channels.

Only $89   read more...
Digital Output Module WTDOT-M
2 high speed input channels which can keep a running count of pulses applied to them and store a count value up to 16,777,215 each. Also includes 8 digital output channels.

Only $99   read more...
Pulse Counter/Timer Module WTPCT-M
1 high speed input channel that can keep a running count of pulses applied to it and store a count value up to 16,777,215. Can also read RPM, Period, or Duty Cycle.

Only $89   read more...

 

 

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Weeder Technologies Counter/Timer cards with free Window's software

What is a Counter/Timer? In Data Acquisition applications, many of the sensors used to acquire some form of data such as RPM, frequency, event count, pulse length, rotary encoder position, etc., output a pulse stream that represents the magnitude of that reading. This pulse stream must be decoded before it is sent to the RS-232 or USB port of a computer. Our small low-cost Counter/Timer cards are used to decode the pulse stream by counting the number of pulses that occur in a specific amount of time and then using this information to calculate the reading.