M2i.30XX - 40 MS/s to 200 MS/s, 12 bit, PCI-based Transientrecorders

The four models of the M2i.30xx series are designed for the fast and high quality data acquisition. Each of the up to four input channels has its own A/D converter and its own programmable input amplifier. This allows to record signals on all channels with 12 bit resolution without any phase delay between them.

The extremely large on-board memory allows long time recording even with highest sampling rates. A FIFO mode is also integrated on the board. This allows the acquisition of data continuously for online processing in the PC or for data storage on hard disk.

  • Completely new developed base card
  • 4 GByte memory with one slot width
  • Optimized low jitter clock section
  • Multi, Gate with programmable pre, posttrigger and timestamp
  • Zero phase delay synchronization
  • AND/OR conjunction of trigger/gate
  • PCI-X interface (100% compatible to PCI)
  • Fastest 12 bit A/D converter board
  • Up to 200 MS/s on one channel, 100 MS/s on two and 60 MS/s on four channels
  • Separate ADC and Amplifier per channel
  • Simultaneous sampling on all channels
  • 6 input ranges:  ±200 mV up to  ± 10 V
  • 64 MB on-board memory expandable to 4 GB
  • Sustained streaming mode to 200 MB/s
  • Window, pulse-width, re-arm, OR/AND trigger
  • Programmable input offset up-to +/- 100%
  • Synchronization option for up-to 16 boards
  • ABA mode option: combination of data logging and fast digitizing on trigger
  • Software support for Windows and LINUX
  • Laser Spectroscopy
  • OEM-Applications
  • Physics research
  • Chemical reaction studies
  • LDA/PDA
  • RADAR/LIDAR/SONAR
  • Telecommunications

Product range overview

All four cards of the M2i.30xx series may use the whole

installed on-board memory completely for the currently

activated number of channels. See details in datasheet.

12 bit transient recorder (waveform digitizer) with up to 200 MS/s, memory 32 MS (64 MB), PCI

Model M2i.30xx Resolution 1ch 2ch 4ch 8ch Input Level Datasheet
M2i.3010 12 bit 80 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3011 12 bit 40 MS 40 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3012 12 bit 80 MS 40 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3013 12 bit 40 MS 40 MS 40 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3014 12 bit 80 MS 80 MS 40 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3015 12 bit 160 MS 80 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3016 12 bit 160 MS 80 MS 40 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3020 12 bit 100 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3021 12 bit 50 MS 50 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3022 12 bit 100 MS 50 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3023 12 bit 50 MS 50 MS 50 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3024 12 bit 100 MS 100 MS 50 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3025 12 bit 200 MS 100 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3026 12 bit 200 MS 100 MS 50 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3027 12 bit 100 MS 100 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3031 12 bit 60 MS 60 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf
M2i.3033 12 bit 60 MS 60 MS 60 MS Input: ±(200mV ... 10V) M2i-30.pdf