Digilent is now a proud distributor of Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC) DAQ and data logging products. MCC is a leading supplier of data acquisition solutions that are easy-to-use, easy-to-integrate, and easy-to-support.
The MCC 118 and MCC 128 DAQ HATs feature eight channels of analog voltage measurement for Raspberry Pi-based data acquisition systems. Each device has a maximum sample rate of 100 kS/s for taking single point or waveform voltage measurements. Up to eight MCC HATs can be stacked onto one Raspberry Pi - providing up to 64 channels of data and a maximum throughput of 320 kS/s.
MCC 118 features 12-bit resolution and 8 SE analog inputs with a +/-10V input range.
MCC 128 features 16-bit resolution and 8 SE/ 4 DIFF analog inputs with the following input ranges (+/-10 V, +/-5 V, +/-2 V, +/-1 V).
All DAQ HATs include C/C++® and Python™ examples and an open-source library. Comprehensive API and hardware documentation are also provided.
There are five devices in the MCC DAQ HAT Series. Models are available with voltage inputs, thermocouple inputs, IEPE-based sensor inputs, analog outputs, and digital I/O allowing users to configure multifunction, Raspberry Pi-based data logger solutions.
Raspberry Pi is not included with the MCC 118/MCC 128.
OEM/Embedded Customers- please contact our sales department for volume pricing, OEM/board-only versions of these devices, and assistance with your application.
The open-source MCC DAQ HAT Library of commands in C/C++ and Python allows users to develop applications on the Raspberry Pi using the Raspbian®/Raspberry Pi OS®. The library is available to download from GitHub. Comprehensive API and hardware documentation are available. The MCC DAQ HAT Library supports operation with multiple MCC DAQ HATs running concurrently. The library includes example programs developed in C/C++ and Python that users can run to become familiar with the DAQ HAT library and boards; source code is included.
- Product Compliance:
- HTC: 8471809000
- ECCN: EAR99
- One MCC DAQ HAT (choose between MCC 118 and MCC 128)
- 2x20 Header connector (plugs into the 40 pin GPIO connector on the Pi board)
- Jumpers (3)
- Standoffs (4)
- Screws (4)
- Nuts (4)
- Printed insert: Getting Started with MCC DAQ HATs
- MCC packaging assembly/foam, etc.
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All product support including documentation, projects, and reference material can be accessed through MCC resources.MCC Knowledgebase
MCC DAQ HAT Library Resources and Firmware Updates
Quick LinksMCC 118 Datasheet
MCC 128 Datasheet