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jkocar88
07-18-2002, 07:36 AM
This notice is provided courtesy of the Biomch-L. Attached is a recent
update to the Biomechanics Yellow Pages (BYP), a free,
volunteer-maintained site. More information about the BYP is provided
below.

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Vetron Technology
Howard, PA, USA

We manufacturer a line of Data Recorders our current line consists of:

-DV8 this data recorder can record 8 DC analog voltage signals (1-10
volt p/p range, internal 16 bit A/D, 12 KHz sample rate per channel).
Concurrently, high-resolution full motion NTSC video plus one 8-bit
voice channel is recorded to the same media. All forms of data can be
synchronously played back and reproduced in their original form. The
system can be expanded to accommodate 16, 32, 64 or even more channels
of electrical data.

-VDAT8 is a high performance, low cost multi-channel data recorder with
five separate modes of operation.

-VDAT2 is perfect for cell studies. includes independent voice and
digital I/O channel capability.

-VCOM16 is the ideal laboratory data backup system. This 16-channel
computer media format data recorder combines the stand-alone qualities
of a traditional instrumentation tape recorder with the convenience of a
PC based acquisition system. The recorder is configured and controlled
with a user friendly control panel window on the primary data
acquisition host computer, but remains completely hardware independent
and requires no system resources from the host.

URL: http://www.wintrontech.com
Contact: Rose Hutchings
Position: Dir. Of Sales/Marketing
Address: 276 Spearing Street
Howard, PA 16841
USA
Phone: 814-625-2720
Fax: 814-625-2725
E-mail: sales@wintrontech.com
Last Update: 5/19/2002


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Joy Kocar
http://www.biomedink.com
Medical & Technical Documentation + Engineering Expertise + Regulatory
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