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Industrial Instrumentation

PC-based measurement and control systems provide electrical and physical measurement capabilities for engineers who need a customizable and accurate, yet cost-effective way of conducting benchtop measurements.

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Data Acquisition (DAQ) Devices and sensors for automating benchtop measurement.

Data Acquisition is the process of converting real-world physical conditions such as voltage, temperature, current, or pressure into numeric form. A data acquisition system consists of a sensor, measurement device, and software.  

In modern practice, Data Acquisition (DAQ) has expanded to mean more than digitizing and collecting analog signals. DAQ also includes inputs and outputs, analog and digital (discrete) signals, as well as signals collected by remote communication and other means. 

Industrial Instruments

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Entry-level affordable and easy-to-use options for Data Acquisition and measurement on your desktop, laptop, or benchtop.

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Digital Multimeters

For use inside consumer Desktop or Professional Workstation computers.  These devices transform typical computers into sophisticated DAQ Devices. 

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Rugged, reliable, compact DAQ system, with a wide variety of I/O Modules.  Ideal for quickly achieving a variety of data acquisition and software analysis.

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Get to know other DAQ devices and how they are designed to meet your needs in any diverse applications.  Learn More...

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Industrial Instrument Modules on PXI

The PXI Platform is designed for Modular Instruments.  

Choosing a Data Acquisition System

There are many options and varieties of Data Acquisition platforms, types, and brands to choose from depending on your specific needs.  

The most flexible and widely known family of products is the National Instruments (NI) platform using LabVIEW.  It's best feature is that the platform expands far beyond data acquisition into automation and control areas such as industrial instrumentation, machine vision, motion, and much more.

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Software makes your Data Acquisition into a useful tool

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Program with LabVIEW

Create sophisticated applications with the software that is designed for Data Acquisition

Start quickly with Instrument Studio

Collect data using a VIrtual Chart Recorder with zero programming

Learn about FlexLogger

Collect data using a VIrtual Chart Recorder with zero programming

Oscilloscopes &
Digitizers

Oscilloscopes, or Digitizers in general, are designed to collect an analog voltage that is changing very rapidly, to create a voltage waveform

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Entry-level affordable and easy-to-use options for Data Acquisition and measurement on your desktop, laptop, or benchtop.

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Oscilloscope
PXI Modules

Entry-level affordable and easy-to-use options for Data Acquisition and measurement on your desktop, laptop, or benchtop.

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Entry-level affordable and easy-to-use options for Data Acquisition and measurement on your desktop, laptop, or benchtop.

Oscilloscopes &
Digitizers

Oscilloscopes, or Digitizers in general, are designed to collect an analog voltage that is changing very rapidly, to create a digitized voltage waveform

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Jun - Sep 2023

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Shop our selection of sensors, transducers, and components that we use in Integration Projects every day.  

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Data Acquisition Signals and Measurement Types

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Most temperature measurements require specialized electronics to read correctly.  

Voltage and Current
Input/Output Devices

Controls the timing, synchronization, and data transfer between C Series I/O modules and an external host.

Multifunction Mixed Signal Input/Output Devices

Achieve electrical and physical measurements with a customizable, accurate, yet cost-effective way to conduct benchtop measurements.

Digital (Discrete)
Input/Output Devices

Provide combinations of analog I/O, digital I/O, and counter/timer functionality in a single device for computer-based systems.

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