Software is Windows only.
NI myDAQ allows students to work on engineering coursework, prototype electronics control systems, various test circuits, and experiment hands-on with projects anywhere, anytime.
Here's what is included:
Two Differential Analog Input and Analog Output Channels (200 ksps, 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 Resistance
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.
View User Guide and Specifications [Click Here]
- Data Acquisition Device
- 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 data acquisition device that has eight commonly used plug-and-play computer-based electronic lab instruments. With this device, the computer becomes an advanced electronics engineering lab instrument.
Designed by National Instruments, NI, with high-quality Texas Instruments Analog Integrated Circuits (ICs), the hardware system diagram and list of Texas Instruments IC's in the 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.
Get tips on using the three different software platforms, troubleshoot electronics circuit problems with your NI myDAQ, and/or ask your own questions on the discussion forum - link is listed below.