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AD4 ECAT MM Series

Easy measurement of fast analog signals

Type AD4 pro, Type IG100 | IG1000 and Type OG10 | OG100 | OG1000

Designed for the acquisition of fast analog signals in distributed measurements applied in the fields of automotive measurement technology. High-precision bipolar sensor excitation allows the use of a wide range of standard sensors.

Easy measurement of fast analog signals

This module series provides high-precision bipolar sensor excitation, adjustable per channel from ±5 to ±15 V DC and suitable for a wide range of sensors. In conjunction with the flexibly adjustable measuring ranges, the various modules cover a wide range of applications.

Distributed high-speed measurement with the AD4 OG

Type AD4 pro: measurement range from ±10 mV to ±20 V

  • The MiniModule AD4 pro IG100 is ideal for the acquisition of very low sensor voltages with a data rate of up to 100 kHz per channel.

Type IG: measurement range from ±1 V to ±20 V

  • The MiniModule AD4 IG100 allows the acquisition of signals with measurement data rates up to 100 kHz per Channel.
  • The MiniModule AD4 IG1000 is designed for precise measurement applications with data rates up to 1 MHz.

Type OG: measurement range from ±5 V to ±90 V

  • MiniModule AD4 OG10 is perfectly suited for multichannel applications up to 10 kHz per channel.
  • MiniModule AD4 OG100 allows the acquisition of signals with measurement data rates up to 100 kHz per channel.
  • MiniModule AD4 OG1000 for precise analysis of high-frequency signals with measurement data rates up to 1 MHz per channel. Ideal for the precise, dynamic and synchronous detection of fast signal transitions in combustion engines, their electrical auxiliary systems or electric powertrains and the high-resolution detection of error sources.

These modules are operated via CSM’s Ethernet/EtherCAT® protocol converter XCP-Gateway in combination with XCP-compatible data acquisition software. Alternatively, the modules (EtherCAT® slaves) can be run by using a standard EtherCAT® master with measurement data rates up to 10 kHz.


  • 4 differential voltage inputs, galvanically isolated
  • Measurement data rate up to 1 MHz per channel
  • High-precision bipolar sensor excitation, adjustable per channel
  • Precise module and channel synchronization (<1 μs)
  • TEDS functionality according to IEEE 1451.4 (Template 30) supported
  • Operating temperature range: -40 °C to +125 °C



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  • Configuration software for CSM measurement modules (incl. documentation)
  • with visualization software CSMview
  • System requirements: (32- and 64-bit systems) Win7 / Win8 / Win10
  • Release notes



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