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Stand-alone NI CompactDAQ for high-performance embedded data acquisition

28 August 2012

National Instruments has introduced a stand-alone NI CompactDAQ system with built-in dual-core Intel processor for running data acquisition, online analysis and logging software.

With the NI CompactDAQ platform, engineers can customise a complete measurement system using LabVIEW or take advantage of over 600 companies in the NI Alliance Partner Network to build their custom turnkey data-logging applications.

Stand-alone NI CompactDAQ features include an Intel Core i7 dual-core processor, 2 GB RAM and 32 GB nonvolatile storage. This enables high-performance, mixed-measurement tests to be run while logging data directly to the system, removing the need for an external PC.

Stand-alone NI CompactDAQ is LabVIEW 2012 compatible. Accelerate productivity with the latest version of LabVIEW, which provides sample projects and templates for high-speed acquisition and data logging, designed to save time and reduce maintenance costs.

The system comprises an eight-slot chassis with more than 50 C Series I/O module options. Mix and match a variety of I/O and sensor types, including AI, AO, DIO and CAN to create custom measurement and logging systems.

USB, Ethernet and serial ports are included. Connect USB/Ethernet NI CompactDAQ devices, including the new NI cDAQ-9184 Ethernet chassis, to expand the number of module slots for large-channel-count applications or integrate other devices, such as a camera or GPS device. 

Stream data to disk at up to 30 MB/s, while simultaneously streaming continuous measurements with sample rates up to 1 MS/s/channel.

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