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Acquire and store measured data in mobile applications
CX22B-R provides straightforward configuration and analysis of measured data during measurements in the field

Acquire and store measured data in mobile applications

Now available from HBM is the new SomatXR CX22B-R data recorder, which has been specifically designed to reliably acquire and store measured data in mobile applications, such as interactive vehicle testing.

The CX22B-R provides straightforward configuration and analysis of measured data during measurements in the field which enables users to perform efficient tests and create clear and comprehensive test reports.



Offering users a flexible solution, the CX22B-R can accurately record data from other SomatXR modules using Ethernet connection and can also be used as a gateway for direct data transmission to a PC, meaning that both centralised and distributed measurement systems can be implemented.

Pre-installed with Catman measurement software, data is acquired and stored in BIN format.

However, conversion to other formats can be simply tailored to suit individual measurement requirements.

Harsh environments

Designed specifically for use in harsh environments, the CX22B-R has an extended temperature range of -40°C to +80°C.

Featuring a robust design, which is highly resistant to shock and vibration, the CX22B-R is also IP65 and IP67 protection rated and includes an integrated uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for fail safe operation in the vehicle.

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