Analog Input Channels
NI CompactDAQ was designed with ease of use in mind from both a software and hardware perspective. NI CompactDAQ chassis are automatically detected and configured by NI Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) and NI CompactDAQ controllers are preloaded with the required software for configuration and setup. Furthermore, I/O modules are automatically detected by a chassis when inserted into an available slot, which means the system knows immediately which type of signals the module can measure or generate.
NI CompactDAQ USB chassis provide the plug-and-play simplicity of USB to sensor and electrical measurements. This introductory video shows the setup process from unpacking your hardware and software to taking your first measurement.
With simple network configuration and 802.11 WiFi connectivity, NI CompactDAQ wireless chassis make it easier than ever to take your measurement system to the sensor. Watch this introductory video for a step-by-step walkthrough of the setup process.
To make networking more accessible to the non-IT professional, NI CompactDAQ Ethernet chassis use the zero configuration networking (zeroconf) standard. This introductory video walks you through the setup process step by step.
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Examine the fundamentals of PC-based DAQ and signal conditioning using an NI CompactDAQ USB system in this two-day NI course.