Find great deals for National Instruments NI USB Low-cost Multifunction DAQ. Shop with confidence on eBay!. The NI USB is a USB based data acquisition (DAQ) and control device with analog input and output and digital input and output. The price is NOK. : National Instruments USB Bit, 48kS/s Low-Cost multifunction DAQ: Computers & Accessories.
|Published (Last):||23 April 2008|
|PDF File Size:||18.7 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||14.96 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Connect 1 on the potentiometer to ground. Connect 2 to AI 0.
Use Single ended mode. The pin connections you showed in your image are for differential inputs. That is the one you will use. It looks like you have it wired correctly.
National Instruments NI USB 6009 Low-cost Multifunction DAQ
To connect the four devices you will need to connect all of the brown wires together and connect to ground. The wires could be soldered together but dq makes a permanent connection which may not be desirable. The are many kinds of terminal strips with screw terminals which are suitable for this kind of application. Wire nuts may also be used.
I recommend that you find a local person with some electrical or electronics experience to help you with these things. They are relatively simple, but not necessarily easy to explain to someone without much experience in the field.
If you have no power line circuits in the system to which the potentiometers are connected, it can be ignored. Otherwise consult a competent electrician or electrical engineer to be sure your system is safe and in compliance with your electric codes. I have a 6″ linear potentiometer. I want to vaq it. I read your discussion. I got benefit from it. But I have a question:. The black wire is ground, What are the read and white wires? I am sure that one of them is the signal but which one?
Most Active Hardware Boards: Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
I have a a linear potentiometer and a daq Could someone help with wiring the potentiometer to daq. Message 1 of Depending on your system and noise levels, connecting pin 4 to ground may help.
NI USB Support – National Instruments
Message 2 of Thank you for your help, much appreciated. Message 3 of Message 4 of Message 5 of Thanks for your prompt reply. Excuse my lack of knowledge in this area.
Also is this the correct wiring as shown in pics? Message 6 of Message 7 of Thanks for your help, I appreciate it. Message 8 of But I have a question: Sorry, I am 60099 to the field. Message 9 of What is the make and model of your linear pot?
Message 10 of