The ideal companion for everyday measurement
PAK MKII is the measurement system for all dynamic data. Modular to the last detail, it can be easily adapted to the respective measurement task and supports all common sensors. Whether multi-channel in the laboratory or on the test bench, whether compact in driving test or standalone on-site PAK MKII convinces with acoustic analyzes and vibration tests.
All-in-one. A scalable platform
PAK MKII frontends scale in performance and channel count through powerful controllers with a real-time operating system. Different housing sizes and signal conditioning modules allow testing, locally or remotely, in virtually unlimited number of channels. Each mainframe can act as an independent (stand-alone) system and / or as a composite multi-channel system.
FACTS ABOUT PAK MKII
- 5 Mainframes2-, 3-, 4-, 6-, 10-slot
- Up to 192channels per frontend
- WLAN(IEEE 802.11n)
- 128 | 256 GBInternal SSD
- RobustConduction-cooled + compact
- EconomicalLow power consumption
- Synchronizedvia PTP (IEEE1588v2), SyncLink, GPS, IRIG
For every challenge
PAK MKII frontends can be operated via a Smart Device with the PAK capture App or in connection with the measurement computer and PAK 5.x software. The measurement device and user are not bound to a common location. PAK MKII delivers unique signal quality wherever you are.
PAK MKII hardware can be seamlessly integrated into existing test environments. System configurations that generate dynamic data have appropriate input-output interfaces and buffered outputs. A measurement configuration supported by a Smart Device and / or a PC is inherent.
Structured and modular
PAK MKII offers a variety of signal conditioning modules for different dynamic and static parameters in any combination in any mainframe. 204.8 kHz, 24-bit resolution, TEDS support, internal calibration, 50 V galvanic isolation, EMC screening, anti-aliasing protection are just a few of the features that enable high signal quality of the modules.
PAK MKII can be synchronized via IEEE-1588v2, GPS, IRIG or fiber-optical cable. All channels can be recorded phase-synchronously and have a high dynamic range with optimized noise and distortion. The frontends also include TEDS detection. Sensor information can be read directly from the sensors, if required.