Expert Key devicesare available in five models each with two version types. The Expert Key type 100 is equipped with a good range of analog and digital inputs and outputs and is therefore highly suited for use within test engineering. The Expert Key type 200 has 28 universal inputs and is intended more for analog measurement data.
- Expert Key L – the pop-up, table-top model
- Expert Key P – the laboratory model with 4mm plugs
- Expert Key C – for fixed installations in cabinets
- Expert Key M – the sturdy mobile case
- Expert Key T – console housing for laboratories and test stand
All models are equipped with USB and Ethernet interfaces.
The Expert Key100L and 200L are designed for table-top and wall-mounted usage. Pressing the detachable lid gives a clear overview of connections. Sensors and actuators are connected via plugs located on the side.
Because of its universal capability, the L-model is ideally suited to laboratory and servicing applications as well as to test and trial systems.
Expert Key 100P and 200P have console housings and plug connections for use in testing, trial, and laboratory applications. All signals are connected via 4 mm safety lab plugs. Data can be transferred to a PC via USB or LAN. RTD sensors, voltage or current signals can be connected directly to any analog input.
The ProfiSignal software enables lab automation complying to FDA21 CFR Part11.
The Expert Key 100M and 200M are durable measurement data acquisition systems for use in demanding environments. They function from within robust cases with measuring cables being fed through brush strips on the case's lid. Signals can be connected via 4 mm safety lab plugs or any other type of plug or connector.
Standard systems are available as well as customized systems tailored to user requirements.
The new devices, designed for multi-channel temperature measurement but also suited to temperature measurement and combined high-speed signal acquisition.
The compact Expert Key T devices have console-type housings. They are intended for use in laboratories and test stands as tabletop or wall-mounted devices. The analog and digital inputs and outputs are easy to access and signals and actuators are quick to connect requiring no tools.