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NI myDAQ - Student
View the NI myDAQ User guide and Specifications [Click Here]
- NI myDAQ device
- Powered by LabVIEW
- Integrated Installation DVD
- NI ELVISmx & NI DAQmx
- USB Cable
- DMM Probes
- Audio cable (3.5mm)
- Screw Terminal connector and NI screwdriver
- Getting Started Card
- TI Design Competition & Samples Program Card
- Reusable Storage Tray
The myDAQ is a single device the has eight commonly used plug-and-play computer-based lab instruments. With NI myDAQ, the computer becomes an engineering instrument.
Designed by National Instruments with high-quality Texas Instruments Analog Integrated Circuits (ICs), the hardware system diagram and list of Texas Instruments IC's in the NI myDAQ user guide depicts how TI data converters, amplifiers, and interface and power management circuits were used in the design of NI myDAQ.
Extend the device's capabilities with LabVIEW and Multisim. Verify homework solutions with real signals using Multisim for circuit simulation and LabVIEW for automating measurements and performing signal processing.
Do more with NI myDAQ. Learn how to use NI myDAQ with three different software platforms, troubleshoot problems with your NI myDAQ, and ask your own questions on the discussion forums.
Two Differential Analog Input and Analog Output Channels (200 ks/s, 16
bit, +/- 10 Volts)
Access matched analog input and output channels in a +/- 10 volt range through the screw terminal connectors or +/- 2 volt range through the 3.5mm audio jacks.
+5 , +15, and -15 Volt Power Supply Outputs (up to 500m Watts of Power)
USB powered for maximum mobility, myDAQ supplies enough power for simple circuits and sensors.
Eight Digital Input and Digital Output Lines (3.3 Volt TTL-Compatible)
Use software-timed digital lines for interfacing both Low Voltage TTL (LVTTL) and 5 volt TTL digital circuits. Each line is individually selectable for input or output.
60 Volt Digital Multimeter (DMM) for Measuring Voltage, Current, and
The isolated DMM includes the capability to measure both AC and DC voltage and current as well as resistance, diode voltage, and continuity.
Reusable Storage Box with Storage Tray, DMM Probes, and Audio Cable
The box and storage tray provide convenient storage for your NI myDAQ and included USB cable, DMM probes, audio cable, as well as your own components and accessories.
Resources & Learning Material
Customer Reviews and Ratings
5 out of 5 stars 11 Reviews
by Drog on March 23, 2016
Worked right out of the box with LabVIEW and Python using DAQmx drivers. I am happy with the accessories that came with it. I am looking forward to using it.
Location: Toronto, Ontario
by Alexi on October 30, 2015
A neat and somewhat handy device to learn how much more discrete equipment would work in the lab and/or the workplace. Doesn't hurt that there are several useful simulated devices that emulate lower priced discrete equipment (yet still expensive) so one can get a good idea before touching the much more expensive professional device.
Location: Campbell, CA
by Fernando pava on September 18, 2015
Easy purchase. As a first time user it would be great to add a little instruction on basic operations
by Albert Beran on September 04, 2015
Device was delivered on time. Order service was excellent.
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
RE: NI my DAQ
by Seth on August 23, 2015
Hello... I here to say that the item is nice, well thought out, and put together in a package that resembles a well-thought-out idea (engineering at its highest). I noticed the software a bit while thumbing through the packages it came with... There are some real, nice items that come packaged with this hardware. The software is top notch. I have skimmed through it and noticed that, although it can become complicated for a novice, it is drawn out programmatically with the viewer in mind. All together...good product and with nice attachments, too. I saw the items that can be attached with the NI myDAQ. Sincerely, Seth
by Stephen on July 25, 2015
Excellent product. Haven't found anything that I can't test with it yet. Very pleased
Location: Eupora, MS
NI myDAQ Review
by Omar Iglesias on February 16, 2015
I totally loved my purchase for the NI myDAQ and I hope to do business with you again in the future.
Location: Hialeah, Florida
Great Coursera Student offering
by Martin Liefting on February 12, 2015
I'm attending a Coursera Linear Circuits Online training. For the labs a NI myDAQ was required. Although I was a bit late in ordering the myDAQ, Studica had it sent to my home address within a week. Great support and what a great device. Endless possibilities and I love doing my Coursera lab assignments with it.
by Dennis on February 03, 2015
Device works as stated. Readings basically match my other testers. Oscilloscope is basic with few controls. Have not tested all instruments and apps. Instructions/help files leave something to be desired but with tenacity you can prevail. Loads a LOT of start up and run-time service files on computer. Will not operate without said files. I would like to have an explanation for what each file does. Not knowing what they do I will probably remove it from my desktop and install on a laptop. Good value for the beginner. The multimeter alone is worth the cost. With the above stated I would recommend it.
Location: Troy, Virginia
half a truckload of lab measurement equipment in the size of a DVM - a must-have for electronics work
by Peter M on February 03, 2015
I bought the myDAQ because I needed one for the edX course electronic interfaces. What a great piece of gear. The software takes a while to install on a W8.1 laptop but it is very stable. The scope panel and measurements are easy to read. The tutorials were essential since the instrument has so many capabilities and interfaces. Every day I learn a bit more about this device and I am amazed at how well thought out the hardware and software is. PC based scopes have been available for a while but remained limited in capabilities. The myDAQ feels totally confident among scopes costing $1000 or more. Besides using the myDAQ for measurements on microcontrollers and opamps in the edX course, I am using this to check preamps, guitar amplifiers and pedals. I have also used the myDAQ to debug some electronic interfaces for the Raspberry Pi and the Intel Galileo. It is easy to pack the myDAQ in my backpack with my laptop when I am on the road. If there is a gripe, it is a small one. Why doesn't a meter of this caliber come with minigrabber probes with clips that attach to the probes? It makes hands-free testing so much easier.
Location: New York, NY
myDAQ is better than my scientific calculator
by John on March 10, 2012
The NI myDAQ is an amazing device. I use it as an instrument monitoring device but I have also used it as a scientific calculator. This little thing has thousands of applications!
I am a student
I am using this product for My engineering studies.