National Instruments for Students and Faculty

Explore the innovative and powerful circuit design technology of National Instruments. Together LabVIEW and the NI myDAQ have infinite possibilities. Students + Teachers are eligible for academic discounts on National Instruments labView, myDAQ + more.

National Instruments myDAQ and LabVIEW for Students

NI myDAQ - Student with NI LabVIEW, Multisim, & Ultiboard

As Low As:   $199.00

NI LabVIEW Student Edition Software Suite

  $58.95

NI LabVIEW Student Edition

$1,249.00   $19.99

NI Multisim Student Edition

$2,795.00   $41.95

NI myDAQ Student Bundles

$347.84   $329.95

NI myDAQ and Circuits 3rd Edition Textbook Bundle

$318.00   $268.95

NI myDAQ - Student with 30 Day Software Evaluation

  $179.00

LabVIEW 2009 Student Edition

$167.60   $159.95

Circuits, Second Edition - Fawwaz T. Ulaby, Michel M. Maharbiz

$115.00   $55.00

Circuits, Third Edition Textbook

$121.00   $119.00

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NI equips engineers, educators and students with powerful and innovative circuit design technology. Educators and students can take advantage of easy-to-use teaching tools to overcome the traditional hurdles of lab accessibility and applying theory in electronics education.

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