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Industrial Transformation Asia Pacific 2019

The path to reduced product development cycles, more efficiency and better durability starts with Gantner Instruments at Industrial Transformation Asia Pacific 2019 in Singapore. From 22 – 24 October, the world’s largest full vehicle and component testing and validation technologies and services show will take place!

Don’t miss our innovations!

Are you looking for a compact and portable DAQ solution, or a measuring system for thousands of channels with high-precision synchronization?

Q.series X

Stop by Gantner Instruments’ booth for a demonstration of the newest technology in data acquisition – Q.series X – the eXtended edition of the wildly successful Q.series product family. Q.series X embodies Gantner’s long-standing experience in the development of data acquisition solutions, the latest developments in edge computing technology, and precious customer feedback. With Q.series X, you’ll enjoy improved signal conditioning, increased ADC and data rates, and additional functionality, such as module configuration during operation. Q.series X pushes the limits of power, flexibility, and user-friendliness to the neXt level.

Do not miss the newest additions to our measurement module line-up. Gantner Instruments now covers an even more extensive spectrum of measurement capabilities with Q.series X.

Q.boost A101

And don’t miss our megahertz systems. The speedster among the new Q.series X is the module Q.boost A101 with 4 Mhz sampling rate. It is the most accurate amplifier you can find on the market with 24bit resolution and the lowest signal to noise ratio and is perfectly suited to measure signals from DC to 1.7MHz bandwidth, like EV inverters.

Ask Kavinda Mahesh how the high speed module Q.boost will solve your future problems in measuring efficiency in E-drives.


We will also have a GI.bench demo ready for you to explore. GI.bench is a digital platform for modern and robust measurement setups. It provides users with a combination of software tools for installation, configuration, connectivity and basic analytics for their applications.

Contact for appointments

Kavinda Mahesh

Visit us at our booth 1B08.
Mr. Kavinda Mahesh will be happy to answer your questions.

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