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NI measurement services software now includes VI Logger Lite

Posted: 18 May 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:national instruments? ni? windows 2000? data acquisition? daq?

National Instruments (NI) announced that its measurement services software for Windows 2000/XP shipped with plug-in data acquisition (DAQ) devices now includes free VI Logger Lite data-logging software, an additional tool that enables engineers to get their applications up and running with less system setup time.

Valued at $295, VI Logger Lite requires no programming, offers data exportation to Microsoft Excel and NI DIAdem with a single click of a button, and seamlessly integrates with the NI LabVIEW graphical development environment.

Engineers can use VI Logger Lite to quickly acquire and log data with their plug-in NI-DAQmx devices, including the NI M series DAQ devices, without any programming, which saves valuable time and resources during system setup, said the company. With VI Logger Lite, engineers can also create a LabVIEW example program to customize and scale the data-logging application.

A collection of tools and drivers that connects virtual instrumentation software with NI hardware for measurement and control, the measurement services software is built around NI-DAQmx driver software and includes intuitive application programming interfaces, configuration tools, rapid I/O assistants and new professional tools to help engineers reduce system setup and configuration time.

In addition to being included with most NI data acquisition devices, the latest version of NI measurement services software with VI Logger Lite for NI-DAQmx hardware is available for download free of charge from NI's website.




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