Symmetric Research

9030 W Sahara Ave #1284
Las Vegas, NV 89117

About Symmetric Research

Symmetric Research specializes in high resolution electronic data acquisition and test instruments. Our product catalog features several 24 bit A/D systems with ready to go software for the PC. Precision voltage references and GPS timing units are also available. Accurately measure voltages from sensors and machines with our cost effective DAQ equipment.

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Products by Symmetric Research

By Symmetric Research

The USB4CH is a 4 channel 24 bit realtime continuous data acquisition system with an individual A/D per channel architecture. The system is suitable for sampling from DC to 10kHz, connecting to the computer via a standard USB port. All analog inputs are fully differential with amplitude ranges... Read more »

By Symmetric Research

The VREF-399 is a precision voltage reference for general lab use and specific applications such as 24 bit A/D converter calibration. The VREF-399 uses a heated buried zener to provide excellent short and long term voltage stability, maintaining accuracy from one power on cycle to the next. It... Read more »

By Symmetric Research

The SER1CH-UA is a data acquisition system providing 24 bit A/D conversion for one analog input channel at a 1Hz sampling rate. The SER1CH-UA communicates its acquired data to the computer via a standard RS232 serial port. With a very low power consumption of 600 microamps at 9 volts while... Read more »