All channels are sampled simultaneously to avoid data skewing. The digital signal processor takes 16-bit samples, filters, ranges, and calibration compensates at up to 42,500 samples/sec/channel. Digital data can be streamed out at up to 3 Mbit/sec. The output range, filter frequency and calibration of each channel, as well as telemetry configuration, can be set by the user via the RS-485 command processor. CRC-8 and CRC-16 error checking is used to ensure command and data integrity. The built-in temperature sensor can be used by critical applications to correct for any residual temperature effects.
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