Welcome to Chase Scientific Company (est. 1987). We primarily do research and development in areas such as Advanced Computing, Robotics, Security, Automated Food Production, Instrumentation, and Office Automation. Selected technologies developed at Chase are then made available to our clients and/or subsidiaries for further development and product integration.
WavePond, a new instrument division for Chase, currently makes USB controlled instruments. These instruments can be installed into an custom USB box (standard) or PCI / PCIe slots (optional). The latter are still controlled by USB but will fit into PCI or PCI-Express computers or expansion chassis.
See below for recent product introductions. If you have any questions or have custom needs please contact us at sales (at) chase-scientific.com.
The DAx14000, 4.0 GS/sec, 12-bit, Arbitrary Waveform Generator can fit into a PCI slot, PCIe slot, or our custom USB enclosure (standard). For additional information on this product or any other product please contact us at "sales (at) chase-scientific.com".
Renaissance Machines developing Automated Grow Chambers, Assembly Robotics.
WavePond Becomes Chase Brand as Web Sites Merge.
MemesGate Upgrades Security Nodes with Quantum Encryption.
ChaseMinder Previews Universal Application for MemesGate Kiosk.
WavePond adds Software Power Switch to DAx WaveForm Generators.
WavePond Introduces Script API in plain English - no more mystery meat from buggy compilers.
MemesGate Develops next generation embedded computing platform.
WavePond Introduces USB Controlled 4.0 GSPS, 1-CH, 12-bit, Arbitrary WaveForm Generator.
WavePond Introduces USB Controlled 2.5 GSPS, 2-CH, 12-bit, Arbitrary WaveForm Generator.
MemesGate Develops Parallel Computing Core Using Common HDL / SW Language.
Chase Completes Transition to 100% Open Source Eng. Software.
WavePond Ships 3.0 GS/sec Arbitrary Sinewave Generator (PCI, PCIe, USB, other).
WavePond Ships 6.0 GHz Clock Generator (PCI, PCIe, USB, other).
5-01-2012: Chase Spins off WavePond for Low Cost USB, PCI, PCIe, LAN, and OpenSerdes Instruments.
01-17-2012: Chase Scientific Begins Transition to Advanced Research Projects.