DAQ Devices

The isi-sys DAQ devices are set up for ope­ra­ti­on with the Vic soft­ware for Digi­tal Image Cor­re­la­ti­on (DIC) by Cor­re­la­ted Solu­ti­ons and func­tion as inte­gral part of isi-sys turn-key DIC sys­tems. They main­ly ser­ve for trig­ge­ring the came­ras (hard­ware trig­ger) and simul­ta­neous­ly recor­ding ana­log data as well as for deli­ve­ring ana­lo­gue real-time out­put gene­ra­ted by the Vic-Gau­ge software.

The­re are three DAQ types with dif­fe­rent per­for­mance and fea­tures (and pricing):



Only the DAQ-STD- 8D Syn­chro­niza­ti­on- / Trig­ger Device can be used for syn­chro­niza­ti­on of the came­ras via a peri­odic signal (sup­port­ed by the Ful­crum Modu­le of Vic-Snap or the isi-sys syn­chro­ni­sa­ti­on soft­ware modu­le / isi-Studio








Isi-sys also offers a 16-bit device — the DAQ-T8D-16. Both devices have +/-10V out­put channels.







The DAQ-T4D-12 is a 12bit device with 5V ana­log output








Camera Trigger & Power supply

Hard­ware trig­ge­ring and the power sup­p­ly for the came­ras are trans­mit­ted via the 12-pin Hiro­se con­nec­tors on the DAQ device. Two of the­se con­nec­tors are available for con­nec­ting up to two came­ras. Isi-sys also offers Y‑cables for ope­ra­ting 4 came­ras (two ste­reo sys­tems) or more. It is also pos­si­ble to ope­ra­te more than two came­ras with one DAQ device. We will be hap­py to advi­se you.


Computer Connection 

Con­nec­tion to a com­pu­ter is done by USB cable (type A <-> type B connector).


Analog inputs

isi-sys DAQ devices are available with eit­her dif­fe­ren­ti­al or non-dif­fe­ren­ti­al ana­log inputs. The ana­log input con­nec­tors are BNC type, the ran­ge is +/-10V.


Further IO connectors

Bes­i­des ana­log inputs, all isi-sys DAQ devices can also be equip­ped with ana­log out­puts (BNC type con­nec­tor), which dif­fer in vol­ta­ge ran­ge depen­ding on DAQ type. Digi­tal IO con­nec­tors (BNC type) are available as well.