National Instruments Corporation NI PXI-4495, 24-Bit, Sigma-Delta ADCs, 204.8 kS/s Max Samp Rate 16 Input Simultaneous, 2 Gain Ranges, Anti-Aliasing Filters DC-Coupled
The National Instruments USB-6289 is a USB high-accuracy M Series multifunction data acquisition (DAQ) module optimized for superior accuracy at fast sampling rates. The NI USB-6289 is ideal for applications such as dynamic signal acquisition, and, when used with NI signal conditioning, for sensor measurements.
The USB-6289 is designed specifically for mobile or space-constrained applications. Plug-and-play installation minimizes configuration and setup time, while direct screw-terminal connectivity helps keep costs down and simplifies signal connections. NI-DAQmx driver and measurement services software provides easy-to-use configuration and programming interfaces with features such as the DAQ Assistant to help reduce development time.
This module also features new NI signal streaming technology, which allows for DMA-like bidirectional high-speed streaming of data across USB. Find more information on NI signal streaming under the Resources tab.
Each module also features an OEM version. View the Resources tab or use the left navigation to get pricing and technical information.
NI-DAQmx driver and measurement services software provides easy-to-use configuration and programming interfaces with features such as the DAQ Assistant to help reduce development time. Browse the information in the Resources tab to learn more about driver software or download a driver. NI M Series devices are not compatible with the Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) driver.
Every M Series DAQ device includes a copy of NI LabVIEW SignalExpress LE so you can quickly acquire, analyze, and present data without programming. In addition to LabVIEW SignalExpress, M Series DAQ devices are compatible with the following versions (or later) of NI application software LabVIEW 7.1, LabWindows/CVI 7.x, or Measurement Studio 7.x. M Series DAQ devices are also compatible with Visual Studio .NET, C/C++, and Visual Basic 6.0.
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