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2006-05-29 Data acquisition system uses USB 2.0
NI's USB-based CompactDAQ offers flexibilitya reported requirement in current data acquisition platforms.
2007-01-01 Close the gap between USB, plug-in DAQs
With its widening adoption, closing the performance gap between USB and plug-in DAQ devices has been a priority to give users the flexibility to select different modules to construct test system as well as meet testing needs.
2006-05-09 New USB-based DAQ device from NI
The CompactDAQ from National Instruments combines USB simplicity with the performance and flexibility of modular instrumentation to provide fast and accurate measurements.
2010-08-06 Ethernet DAQ system tips distributed sensor data
NI's new Ethernet-based NI CompactDAQ modular DAQ holds eight I/O modules for measuring up to 256 channels of electrical, physical, mechanical or acoustic signals.
2007-01-18 NI offers USB modules for CAN, LIN testing
NI has announced its first USB modules for high-speed and low-speed/fault-tolerant CAN and LIN monitoring, logging and testing, combining the quality and performance of NI CAN software and hardware with the benefits of Hi-Speed USB.
2008-03-27 NI expands C Series line for data loggers
NI has announced four new C Series modules for data-logging applications including vibration/acoustical data logging and in-vehicle, structural, temperature and pressure testing.
2007-04-30 LabVIEW SignalExpress simplifies data logging, instrument control
National Instruments released the LabVIEW SignalExpress, an interactive measurement software which simplifies data logging, instrument control and academic instruction.
2009-04-09 Industrial controller packs Intel Core Duo processor
The newest controller from National Instruments Corp.the NI 3110features an Intel SL9JT L2400 1.66GHz Core Duo processor. With this industrial controller, engineers have a control system for multithreaded applications that require dual-core processing and analysis.
2009-10-09 Chassis improves USB data acquisition
The chassis offers smaller footprint and can measure up to 128 channels for as low as $31 per channel.
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