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DGH Corporation

Member: No

Address:

P.O. Box 5638
Manchester, NH 03108-5638 USA

Phone: 603-622-0452
Fax: 603-622-0487
Web Site: www.dghcorp.com
Contact:
Email: information@dghcorp.com

Description:

DGH manufactures sensor-based data acquisition hardware for remote and distributed systems.

 

Product Name Type Connectivity Product Description
D5000M Four Analog Input ModulesSCADA HardwareModbusLow-cost data acquisition modules that provide direct connection to four analog signals of the same type and range to any host with an RS-232 or RS-485 port. The modules provide direct connection to a wide variety of sensors and perform all signal conditioning, scaling, linearization and conversion to engineering units. The data values are transmitted to a host computer via RS-232 or RS-485 using either the DGH ASCII protocol or Modbus RTU binary protocol. The protocol is user-selectable.
D1000M single-channel data acquisition modulesSCADA HardwareModbusThe D1000M series modules convert an analog input signal to engineering units and transmit in ASCII format to any host with standard RS-485 or RS-232 ports. They use the Modbus RTU protocol for communication.
DIN-100 SeriesI/O ModuleModbusThe DIN-100 Series Sensor to computer modules are a family of data acquisition modules that convert analog input signals to digital data and transmit via RS-485 to a controller which may be a computer or other processor-based equipment. The modules can measure temperature, pressure, voltage, current, digital input or digital output signals. The modules provide direct connection to a wide variety of sensors and perform all signal conditioning, scaling, linearization and conversion to either linearized ASCII data values or Modbus RTU data values.