myQuake for NI myDAQ Click on images to enlarge

myQuake for NI myDAQ

Using the myQuake miniSystem, you can design, construct, and test structures for earthquake resistance in a dynamic way. myQuake uses a side-to-side platform with two accelerometer inputs to measure the acceleration for the x, y, or z axes. Plus, the user controls the motion profile and measures the resulting forces. myQuake myDAQ mini system is perfect for teaching about resonant frequencies, sensor measurement, and data acquisition and analysis.

Note: Includes 12 volt power supply. Customers outside North America may require local plug adapter.

For 1 to 9 Units

(Price per unit)(Note: This miniSystem requires the NI myDAQ to run which is sold separately.)

Part# myQuake

 

For 10 to 24 Units

(Price per unit)(Note: This miniSystem requires the NI myDAQ to run which is sold separately.)

Part# myQuake

 

For 25 Plus Units

(Price per unit)(Note: This miniSystem requires the NI myDAQ to run which is sold separately.)

Part# myQuake

 

Customer Reviews

  1. Excelente

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    Excelente metodología para que los estudiantes se interesen y entiendan mejor los problemas dinámicos que manejamos los ingenieros civiles. Muy importante tener conocimientos previos de manejo de señales y programación básica. Aprender LabView no es muy complicado con estos conocimientos.

    Location: Ecuador

  2. Understand what you are getting

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    As shipped in Feb. 2013, this is a "Pioneer Release" of what should become a very valuable product. The National Instruments website says it is intended for higher education and recommends that "customers self-qualify to participate in the Pioneer release by obtaining basic NI LabVIEW training." Anyone purchasing the current version should also be aware that it requires BOTH a myDAQ interface and LabVIEW 2011 software. I have LabVIEW 2010 on 1 computer and LabVIEW 2012 on another, and had substantial difficulty making the necessary conversions to run the control software which was provided. You should also note that the software must be downloaded from National Instruments, since the package I received included no software and very little in the way of instructions. The image on the Studica site was also misleading in that it showed a tower which was not part of my package. That said, this is still a well-made and very useful piece of equipment for "pioneers" who want to explore new, fun and effective ways of teaching STEM. It combines the fun of simulated earthquakes with realistic challenges as learners set up the hardware, software, and sensors, and it provides an almost unlimited set of opportunities to apply principles of math, science and engineering.

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    I am using this product for Professional Development
    Location: Ohio

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