NI today also announced two advanced digital output modules, the cFP-PMW- 520 and the cFP-PG-522, for embedded control applications.
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0 DAQ devices include: --USB-9211A: 4 Ch, 24-bit thermocouple input module --USB-9215A: 4 Ch, 16-bit simultaneous-sampling analog input at 100 kS/s per channel --USB-9201: 8 Ch, 12-bit analog voltage input at 500 kS/s --USB-9221: 8 Ch, 12-bit high-voltage analog input at 800 kS/s --USB-9233: 4 Ch, 24-bit IEPE analog input module --USB-9421: 8 Ch, 24 V digital input module --USB-9472: 8 Ch, 24 V digital output module --USB-9481: 4 Ch, high-current/high-voltage relay module For more information on all National Instruments USB DAQ products, readers can visit www.
The three additional new CompactRIO modules include: --NI 9401: 8-channel, ultrahigh-speed bidirectional TTL digital I/O module with 100 ns I/O delay time --NI 9476: 32-channel, industrial digital output module with 500 microseconds I/O delay time --NI 9265: 4-channel, 16-bit simultaneous current output module with 100 kS/s update rate "Since its inception, virtual instrumentation has given users the power to define their own data acquisition and control hardware using high-level software tools," said Tim Dehne, National Instruments senior vice president of R&D.