C Series Sound and Vibration Input Modules interface with microphones and accelerometers to acquire acoustic and vibration signals. Use these modules for audio test; machine condition monitoring; and noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) applications.
C Series Sound and Vibration Input Modules and the accompanying NI software make it fast to connect microphones and accelerometers to the module and begin testing, expediting your time to first test.
C Series Sound and Vibration Input Modules work with our free NI-DAQmx driver. You can take advantage of our documentation and example programs to begin programming your sound or vibration tests in the programming language of your choosing—including LabVIEW, Python, C, or C#.NET—for flexibility.
With C Series Sound and Vibration Input Modules, you easily can gather sound and vibration data from microphones and accelerometers. Avoid programming using FlexLogger™ application software: Spend time gathering data, not learning a new language.
Learn how to connect sensors to instrumentation, implement proper signal conditioning, and reduce potential sources of error in your system.
Connect to many sensors and buses and take measurements such as temperature, voltage, resistance, audio frequency, and more.
Control the timing, synchronization, and data transfer between NI C Series I/O modules and an external host.
Use FlexLogger™ application software for quick sensor configuration and mixed-signal data logging—all without programming.
The Sound and Vibration Input Device for FieldDAQ is IP65/IP67 dust- and water-resistant, can operate in -40 °C to 85 °C environments, and can sustain 100 g shock and 10 g RMS vibration.
Build your test system faster with a CompactDAQ Sound and Vibration Measurement Bundle. This bundle offers preconfigured combinations of our most popular data acquisition chassis, modules, and accessories.
Your hardware purchase includes a three-year warranty for basic repair and calibration coverage, basic functional test, and technical support. NI offers additional hardware services as part of expanded service programs that can improve uptime and lower maintenance costs.
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