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The NI SCXI-1120D has eight isolated input channels, with 250 Vrms working isolation, excellent noise immunity, and selectable input ranges from ±5 mV to ±10 V. The SCXI-1120D, with configurable lowpass filters of 4.5 and 22.5 kHz, is ideal for amplification and isolation of millivolt and volt sources, 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA, thermocouples, and higher-bandwidth applications. By adding the NI SCXI-1327 terminal block, you can extend the input ranges of the SCXI-1120D up to ±250 V.
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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