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Ve rsa tile d a ta re co rd in g sy ste m  
ca n in te rfa ce m a n y a p p lica tio n s a n d  
p o p u la r a n a ly sis so ftw a re p a ck a g e s.  
Versatile Recording System Configurations  
L
X-10 Series - the LX-10 Series provides basic recording and playback performance  
with selections of recording media and input/output configurations.  
L
sampling rate series, Tachometer pulse inputs, and  
X-20 Series - In addition to all recording and playback features of the  
LX-10 Series, the LX-20 Series provides the selection of additional  
a
signal generator  
feature.  
Choose the recording media, the sampling frequency and control  
methods to meet your data acquisition and processing demands.  
Three Types of Recording Media  
Memory (from the standard 64 MB to maxi-  
mum of 576 MB) achieves maximum record-  
ing rate; PC card (Flash memory and IBM  
Microdrive) enables data recording in en-  
vironments where vibration occurs; or 3.5  
Lo w e r Sa m p lin g Ra t e t o Ext e n d  
Versatile Sampling Rate Selec-  
tions for Frequency Analysis  
In the LX-20 series, 102.4 kHz, 65.536  
kHz, and 100 kHz sampling rate series  
can be selected in addition to the 96  
kHz sampling rate series, fitting for FFT  
analysis data recording by using the  
Output to Vibration Simulators  
and Loudspeakers  
A waveform generating function is  
provided at the LX-20 monitor output  
terminal. You can record data while  
outputting sine waves, white noise or  
pink noise to vibration simulators or  
loudspeakers.  
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Recording Times  
Using the DC input amp card that supports  
a
low sampling rates, you can select  
a
sam-  
pling frequency from 1 kHz to a maximum  
length of 1/60 Hz.  
Stand-alone.....  
a
inch 1.3 GB MO disk is convenient for long-  
term media storage.  
Controlling the Main Unit from  
Remote Controller Unit or PC  
The LXmain unit provides LED indicators and  
operation keys that are required for record-  
ing. After you set the parameters, recording  
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LX-20 as a PC front-end.  
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Recording Via  
Channels  
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Maximum of 32  
Direct Rotational Signal Inputs  
The LX-20 provides dedicated × / 2 ×  
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By combining channel selection and input  
amplifier cards, you can record via 2, 4, 8, or  
16 channels, or use an expansion unit to re-  
cord up to 32 data channels.  
tachometer pulse input(s) without im-  
pacting the analog input channel  
count.  
(Using the tachometer pulse input channels low-  
ers the maximum sampling rate at some of the  
channel settings.)  
can proceed independently. Using  
a
remote  
Removable media recording  
controll unit or a PC, you can perform  
a
se-  
w ith  
a
remote control unit.....  
quence of operations: system setup, record-  
ing, monitoring, and data playback. During  
recording, the remote controll unit can display  
Simultaneous Recording to Media  
and PC with  
a
Selection of Interfaces  
a bar meter and the PC can display a bar  
Either an IEEE1394 interface or  
TX interface can be selected to connect to  
the PC. While recording to storage media,  
you can transfer data to PC in real-time  
a
100BASE-  
meter, waveform display, or digital display by  
us-ing the standard LXNavi software. These  
display functions provide real-time data moni-  
toring.  
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Maximum Recording Rate  
Freq u en cy Ba n d w id th vs. Record in g Time  
576 MB Memory (64 MB standard 512 MB optional)  
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Record to the internal memory, or to the hard disk  
drive of the PC via IEEE1394 interface:1.536 MB/s  
(Example, 40 kHz bandwidth with 96 kHz sampling  
rate x 8 channels)  
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and display the data on the PC monitor, pro-  
cess the data, or record the data to hard  
disk on the PC. While using the PC for fast  
real-time recording and processing of data,  
you can back up the data onto a storage  
media. This achieves accurate data record-  
ing simultaneously with fast data analysis.  
Trigger Recording  
Numbers of Channels Frequency Bandwidth  
Recording Time  
To let you record data efficiently, various  
types of start and stop trigger modes are  
provided. You can control the starting or  
stopping of recording by using external con-  
trol, level start/stop triggers, timer recording,  
interval recording, time-out start, start pre-  
trigger, stop post-trigger recording, or repeat  
recordings.  
Record to the MO/PC card, or to the hard disk  
drive of the PC via 100BASE-TX (Pier-to-Pier  
connection): 0.768 MB/s (Example, 20 kHz  
2
4
40 kHz (96 kHz sampling)  
40 kHz (96 kHz sampling)  
20 kHz (48 kHz sampling)  
10 kHz (24 kHz sampling)  
1,4850 seconds (aAtpMperomxo. 2O4Nminutes)  
With PC direct.....  
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40 seconds (Approx. 12 minutes)  
bandwidth with 48 kHz sampling rate  
x 8 channels)  
730 seconds at Memo ON  
Note: Recording rate to the hard disk drive of the PC may  
va ry d e p e nd ing on the c onne c tion a nd the PC  
specifications.  
8
3
70 seconds (Approx. minutes)  
6
(Some information, such as events stored in  
a
header file  
360 seconds at Memo ON  
while recording to media, are not written to the header file  
while recording directly to PC.)  
370 seconds (Approx. minutes)  
6
16  
32  
(Some restrictions might apply to the triggers that can be  
370 seconds (Approx. minutes)  
6
Higher Recording Bandwidth  
used when using a combination of triggers.)  
5
kHz (12 kHz sampling)  
The LX Series can record  
8
channels at 20  
Note : Turning ON the voice memo additionally consumes 64 kbps (8 bits  
x
8
kHz) data.  
Application Softw are  
kHz bandwidth with 48 kHz sampling fre-  
quency per channel, which is double the re-  
cording performance of DAT recorders. Us-  
Voice Memo Record in g an d Au d io  
Playback  
Turn OFF the tachometer pulse input channels.  
Many popular data analysis software packages  
support the data file format recorded by the  
LX series. In addition, TEAC LXView software  
is available for fast data file review and file  
format conversion.  
You can record convenient voice memos to  
describe recorded data, which simplifies later  
extraction. These voice memos are recorded  
as WAV files separate from the recorded  
data files. Data recorded from any one  
channel or the voice memo can be played  
over the built-in speaker.  
PC Ca rd  
ing internal memory or transferring data to  
PC in real-time, you can record channels  
at 40 kHz bandwidth with 96 kHz sampling  
via the IEEE1394 interface, or channels at  
kHz bandwidth with 48 kHz sampling via  
the 100BASE-TX interface.  
Using an IEEE1394 interface in the PC, as specified  
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Calculation based on using 950 MB capacity of  
1
GB PC card  
Recording Time  
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Numbers of Channels Frequency Bandwidth  
8
2
0
40 kHz (96 kHz sampling)  
2,470 seconds (Approx. 41 minutes)  
2,420 seconds at Memo ON  
2
(
4
8
40 kHz (96 kHz sampling)  
20 kHz (48 kHz sampling)  
10 kHz (24 kHz sampling)  
1,230 seconds (Approx. 20 minutes)  
1,220 seconds at Memo ON  
by TEAC. The data transfer rate to the PC varies de-  
pending on the connected PC environment.)  
Battery Enclosure  
The battery enclosure BU-80 can be at-ta-  
ched to the bottom of the main unit. In ad-di-  
tion to battery-powered operation, battery-  
backup operation is possible using an exter-  
1,230 seconds (Approx. 20 minutes)  
1,220 seconds at Memo ON  
Easy Setup and Secure Data Recording  
TEDS sensor information display feature provides easy and accurate setting of measurement  
parameters.  
Real time monitoring capability, along with simultaneous recording and data transfer to  
PC make your critical data recording tasks more secure.  
I/O Amp Cards in  
8
Channel Units  
1
6
1,230 seconds (Approx. 20 minutes)  
1,220 seconds at Memo ON  
Two types of input amplifier cards are avail-  
a
able; including  
selectable DC  
a
/
DC input amp card and  
constant current excitation  
a
nal DC power source. Up to  
in tandem for longer life can be stored in the  
BU-80, which enables hours of recording  
when recording channels to media via the  
constant current excitation type acceleromet-  
er input amp card.  
3
battery packs  
32  
5
kHz (12 kHz sampling)  
1,230 seconds (Approx. 20 minutes)  
1,220 seconds at Memo ON  
Note  
:
Turning ON the voice memo additionally consumes 64 kbps (8 bits x 8 kHz) data.  
Turn OFF the tachometer pulse input channels.  
type accelerometer input amp card. The  
available output amplifier card can output  
the analog voltage during recording and can  
play back the analog voltage after recording  
for both types of input amp cards.  
3
8
Optional Accessories  
(The BU-80 does not include the battery pack.)  
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The output amp card does not support low sampling  
below kHz, and can only reproduce the analog voltage  
within the same sampling time base series.  
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TEACInstrumentation Recording Systems  
TEACInstrumentation Recording Systems  
TEACInstrumentation Recording Systems  
Battery Unit BU-80/ Battery Pack HR-30L  
Vehicle Mount Adapters TZ-LXVM (16ch Unit)  
Remote Control Unit ER-LXRC  

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