New Models Join Impressive nanoDaq Range
World-renowned gas measurement and control experts Chell Instruments has launched the latest addition to their range of nanoDaq pressure scanners.
In 2017, Chell introduced the nanoDaq-LT, a lower-cost version of their popular MicroDaq, which has been used extensively in on-vehicle and wind tunnel applications, including Formula One. Its now been joined by three new smaller models, entitled the LTS, LTR and LTM.
“Creating the perfect solution for our customers’ pressure scanning applications is an area we’ve been heavily focused on” says Jamie Shanahan, Sales Director at Chell. “With the nanoDAQ-LT and its new companions, we’ve developed scanners that are not only affordable to many more clients but their size and construction mean they are ideal for many new applications.”
The existing pocket-sized nanoDaq-LT weighs just 37g and measures 59.5mm x 27mm x 12.5. However, it’s now been joined by three even more compact and rugged sister devices, suitable for a wide range of applications.
The nanoDaq-LTS has a hard-wearing design, making it ideal for use in harsh environments. Its port outlets have been reconfigured allowing measurements to be made more conveniently in tight spaces. The new nanoDaq-LTM and nanoDaq-LTD are motor sport specific models, providing the option of port plate connections rather than tubulations, making them ideal for automotive applications.
“Many of our unique products developments begin as enquires from customers looking for a specific solution to a particular challenge” states Nick Broadley, Managing Director at Chell.
He adds: “We realised with our comprehensive nanoDaq range that there are many more who could benefit from our class-leading pressure scanners at a lower price point. We’re proud to have developed an accessible product that can be used by a wide range of organisations to collect data and improve their own products.”
North Walsham-based Chell Instruments have been providing pressure, vacuum and gas flow measurement equipment for over 40 years. They design, manufacture and calibrate testing apparatus used in areas including Formula One, aircraft design and pharmaceuticals.