The NI SCXI-1100 analog input module is an economical solution for millivolt, volt, and current inputs. All 32 channels are multiplexed into a single software-programmable gain instrumentation amplifier (PGIA) and jumper-selectable lowpass filter. Because each module multiplexes the 32 channels into a single channel of the data acquisition device, you can add modules to increase channel count. For thermocouple measurements, the NI SCXI-1102 offers gain and filter settings on a per-channel basis and provides better performance and higher sampling rates.
An SCXI chassis is required to house the SCXI modules. The NI SCXI-1000 chassis can hold up to four modules while the NI SCXI-1001 can hold up to 12. You can choose NI X Series, M Series, E Series, or S Series DAQ modules for controlling the chassis.
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