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Along with 250 kS/sec sampling and 16-bit resolution, E-1608 Ethernet-based multifunction Data Acquisition (DAQ) device offers 8 analog inputs, 8 DIO, one counter input, and 2 analog outputs. OEM board-only version is also available. While Windows® options include DAQami and TracerDAQ® along with comprehensive programming language — C®, C++®, C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic .NET™ — and driver support, Android™ support lets users develop DAQ applications for tablets/smartphones. Read More
Respectively supporting 50 and 100 kS/s sample rates, USB-231 and USB-234 both feature 8 single-ended/4 differential analog inputs, 8 DIO, one counter input, and two 16-bit analog outputs. Removable screw-terminal connectors facilitate signal connections. Along with support for C®, C++®, C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic .NET™, provided software options include out-of-the-box TracerDAQ® for logging and displaying data. Drivers are also included for DASYLab® and NI LabVIEW™. Read More
Providing high-speed pulse counting with 48 MHz max input frequency, 4-channel USB-CTR04 and 8-channel USB-CTR08 offer programmable resolution up to 64 bits with 8 MBps aggregate scan rate. High-level input modes include totalize, period measurement, pulse-width measurement, and timing measurement. Four independent PWM timer outputs and 8 DIO are also incuded, and timer output channels can operate continuously or for specified pulse count; duty cycle and period can be changed on-the-fly. Read More
Featuring header connectors for facilitated integration into OEM applications, multifunction USB DAQ boards come in 6 models that offer up to 500 kS/s sampling, 8 or 16 DIO, and up to 2 analog outputs. Software support includes out-of-the-box DAQami and TracerDAQ® for data logging and display along with support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, NI LabVIEW™, and MATLAB®. With UL for Android™ support, users can develop DAQ applications that run on tablets and smartphones. Read More
USB-200 Series includes 4 multifunction USB DAQ devices that offer, depending on model, sample rates to 100 or 500 kS/s. Both USB-202 and USB-205 feature eight 12-bit analog inputs, 2 analog outputs, 8 DIO, and one counter input. Designed for embedded applications, OEM board-only versions of each device have header connectors instead of screw terminals. Included software options include TracerDAQ® and DAQami for logging/displaying data as well as DAQFlex open-source software framework. Read More
Featuring 2 analog input channels with multiple input ranges up to ±10 V, USB-2020 can sample data from both channels at overall rate of 40 MS/s to onboard memory or continuously stream data to host computer at up to 8 MS/s. Each channel has its own ADC to eliminate channel skew and ensure phase information between channels is maintained. Along with flexible triggering and gating, features include clock I/O input and TracerDAQ® software. Read More
Intended for embedded and OEM applications, USB-2600 Series offers up to 64 16-bit analog inputs, 4 high-speed analog outputs, 24 digital I/O, 4 event counter inputs, and 4 timer outputs. Boards feature header connectors instead of screw terminals, facilitating signal integration. Software options include out-of-the-box TracerDAQ® along with comprehensive support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, and NI LabVIEW™. Read More
Powered by battery, 4-channel Model USB-5104 measures J, K, T, E, R, S, B, or N type thermocouples and can store up to 1.9 million measurements. Unit includes high and low alarms as well as burst logging mode, allowing logger to vary sampling intervals based on changing temperature conditions. Start, stop, and restart pushbuttons facilitate operation. Set up via included software and USB connection to PC or Mac, logger can save data to variety of formats including .csv for Excel. Read More
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