The NI myDAQ student data acquisition device is designed to give students the ability to work on various electronic engineering course work and experiment hands-on with their projects anywhere, anytime. The NI myDAQ is a high-quality electronic lab instrumentation device that gives students the power to prototype electronic systems designs, control systems designs and electronic test circuits outside of the classroom and improve their comprehension with continuous reinforcement. Note: This version of the myDAQ is only for sale to students in the USA.
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The Goniometer can be used to measure the dynamic motion of a limb during different types of physical activity.
The Low-g Accelerometer is the best choice for most acceleration experiments, including Newton’s second law, simple harmonic motion, and the relationship between acceleration and force. It can also be used to study one-dimensional motion of a car (real and toy), an elevator, a pendulum bob, or an amusement park ride.
The adapter includes two connectors for Vernier analog sensors and one connector for Vernier digital sensors. A screw terminal and header pins provide access to myDAQ lines not used by the connectors. This includes the two analog output lines, three digital lines (including the digital lines with the frequency and pulse width modulation outputs), and a +5 volt power terminal.