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  • Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) Support

    Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) Support

    Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) is included for FREE with every device that the Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) application programming interface (API) supports. You have always been able to download the latest version of Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) for FREE, and now you can order copies of the latest software


  • NI-DAQmx Support

    NI-DAQmx Support

    NI-DAQmx driver software and National Instruments LabVIEW SignalExpress interactive, data-logging software are included FREE with every DAQ device compatible with NI-DAQmx. In addition to receiving this software with your hardware purchases, you can download it online or order it through the NI sales


  • NI DAQCard-AO-2DC Support

    NI DAQCard-AO-2DC Support

    Scheduled for obsolescence. For new designs, consider the NI USB-6212 Mass Term or USB-6216 Mass Term. The National Instruments DAQCard-AO-2DC is a 2-channel voltage and current output card (Type II) for PCMCIA. It also has 16 digital I/O lines. The NI DAQCard-AO-2DC is Plug and Play compatible and does


  • NI AT-MIO-16XE-50 Support

    NI AT-MIO-16XE-50 Support

    National Instruments recommends NI M Series data acquisition (DAQ) hardware and NI-DAQmx driver software for new applications. Quadruple your resolution, increase sampling rates 30 times, and increase your accuracy with the 18-bit, 625 kS/s NI PCI-6281 DAQ board. Add sensor and high-voltage measurement


  • NI Lab-PC-1200AI Support

    NI Lab-PC-1200AI Support

    The National Instruments Lab-PC-1200AI is a legacy low-cost, multifunction I/O board for ISA computers. It offers up to 100 kS/s, 12-bit performance on eight single-ended or four differential analog inputs; digital triggering; three 16-bit, 8 MHz counter/timers; and 24 digital I/O lines. You may want

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