- Board-only devices designed for OEM applications
- Free 30-day evaluation kits for qualified customers
- Hardware and software customization available
- Quantity discounts available
By providing competitive quantity discount pricing and world-class application support, National Instruments is a leading worldwide OEM supplier of data acquisition and other measurement and automation products.
Using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) measurement products for adding I/O on embedded systems can help reduce development time and cost and increase system performance. NI delivers high-end I/O with flexibility in connectivity, measurement performance, bus, driver software, and OS compatibility--all with the ease of use of COTS products at OEM prices.
For high-volume OEM customers, NI also offers product customization such as firmware modification, custom connectivity, and hardware modification, as well as world-class support and direct communication with the NI R&D team.
Unlike typical multifunction USB DAQ devices, NI M Series DAQ devices for USB incorporate NI Signal Streaming, a patent-pending technology that combines three innovative hardware- and software-level design elements to enable sustained high-speed and bidirectional data streams over USB.
M Series high-accuracy multifunction USB DAQ devices are optimized for high accuracy at fast sampling rates. They incorporate the NI-PGIA 2 custom amplifier and NI-MCal self-calibration designed for low noise, fast settling to 18 bits, and maximum accuracy. An onboard lowpass filter rejects high-frequency noise and prevents aliasing, helping to deliver a resolution equivalent to more than 5½ digits for DC measurements, with an absolute accuracy of 980 μV at the ±10 V range and 28 μV at ±10 mV. High-accuracy NI USB-628x M Series devices also have an extended two-year calibration interval. With the enhanced analog output on USB-628x devices, you can now define custom offset and range settings. This means you can maximize the 16 bits of output resolution around a fixed DC offset, increasing the accuracy of analog waveforms.