An inexpensive data acquisition system has been designed to provide high voltage isolation for data acquisition in analog, digital, and pulse modes. The telemetry system uses GaAs light sources, fiber optics, and phototransistors to accomplish the data transmission. Prewired logic boards have been adapted to accomplish the timing and logic functions. Seven decades of digital data are transmitted error free, pulse data can be transmitted at rates up to 1 MHz, and analog data are transmitted with 0.05% full scale accuracy. © 1972 The American Institute of Physics.
G. W. York et al., "System For Data Acquisition From High Voltage Terminals," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 230 - 232, American Institute of Physics, Dec 1972.
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