The NI USB-9213 is a high-density thermocouple measurement device designed for higher-channel-count bus-powered systems for USB. Easily connect to any desktop, laptop, or netbook and measure up to 16 thermocouples with the included LabVIEW SignalExpress LE software. Or you can program your own software with the included driver for LabVIEW, ANSI C, C#, and Visual Basic .NET.
The USB-9213 is similar to the NI 9211 4-channel thermocouple module except it features four times the channel count and almost 100 times the sample rate.
For a higher channel count, you can use up to eight USB-9213 modules in an NI CompactDAQ chassis for 128 thermocouple measurements in a single chassis.
Each shipping kit contains the following:
-USB-9162 USB C Series carrier
-USB-9213 thermocouple measurement device with spring terminal connectivity
-NI 9940 backshell for cabling and strain relief
-Spring terminal tool for signal wire insertion
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