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24-Bit, 1 kS/s, Temp/Voltage USB Data Acquisition Device
 

Does the USB-2408 work on Mico USB?

I would like to see if i can use a tablet instead of a laptop. Most tables only have a Mico-USB.
Measurement Computing recently released Android (tablet/smartphone) support for several USB products. Unfortunately, the USB-2408 is currently not one of them. You can view all of the Android supported hardware here: http://www.mccdaq.com/daq-software/universal-library-android.aspx
20 hours ago
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Included Out-of-the-Box Software for the Personal Daq/50 Series
 

Indicators not displaying

Running Pdaq 2.2.1 on Windows 7 with a Personal Daq/55, I am not able to display or update indicators. The meter buttons are grayed-out and the Update all indicators displays that there are no running indicators or that the indicators are updating in the bottom left status section.
Job Title:: Product Engineer
Hello RobSchnopolis - There is a simple remedy to the disabled indicators. First, close the Personal DaqView program. Next, located the Personal DaqView program on the Start→All Programs menu and this time, instead of using the left mouse button to start, use the right mouse button to open the menu. On the menu that appears choose “Run as administer”. You have to do this only once as Windows will remember the setting.
21 hours ago
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DAQFlex for WinCE

The Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5.3 version is based on Windows CE (5.2). Is it possible to use the DAQFlex WinCE driver on that OS version?
Hello mbos - At the present time, Measurement Computing does not have support for Windows CE.
2 days ago
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16-Bit, 1 MS/s, High-Speed DAQ Board with 16 SE/8 DIFF Analog Inputs
 

will the USB-2523 work with DAQFlex?

Hello mbos - The USB-2523 is not supported by our DAQFlex Open Source Framework. You can view all the DAQFlex supported data acquisition devices here: http://www.mccdaq.com/solutions/DAQFlex-Solutions.aspx

Please feel free to contact Sales Engineering at: 1-800-234-4232 Ext-3 if you have any additional questions:
3 days ago
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16-Bit, 100 kS/s, Multifunction DAQ Device with 2 Analog Outputs
 

TracerPro Support

I presently have a USB-2416-4AO and TracerPro does not support all the available function of the DAQ (Oscillascope, Rate Generator). Does TracerPro handle all the functions of the USB-234?
Job Title:: Engineer
Yes, TracerDAQ PRO will handle all of the functions of the USB-234. The Stripchart, Oscilloscope, and the Function Generator are all supported. However, the USB-234 does not support a counter-based timer output and for that reason, the Rate Generator feature of TracerDAQ/TracerDAQ PRO is not supported.
6 days ago
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Is there a CAD file for this product

Application:: sensor interface
Hello surphoton, We do not offer CAD drawings for this device; however, dimensional specifications for both the PCB board and the ABS enclosure are included in the User’s Manual (page 19). You can view the Manual at the following link: http://www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/USB-1408FS-Plus.pdf
1 week ago
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NI LabVIEW™ Driver for Measurement Computing Data Acquisition Products
 

Function compatibility with USB-202 ?

Before buying an usb-202 device. i would know if the "ULx Trigger: Basic Analog Edge" function works with this acquisition card.
Job Title:: Ingénieur Electronicien
Industry:: Recherche Académique.
Application:: Physique, optique...
Hello Frabre - The hardware in itself does not support an analog edge trigger. Therefore, the ULx driver does not support an analog trigger. The USB-202 only supports a digital trigger that can be configured for edge or level sensitivity (rising, falling, high, or low). Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.
1 week ago
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16-Bit, 2 MS/s, High-Speed DAQ Device with 2 SE Simultaneous Analog Inputs
 

I see +/- 500mV range , what is the input sensitivity?

Hello Morris - The input sensitivity for the USB-1602HS (when setup for the +-500 mV input range) is +- 0.000122 volts.
1 week, 3 days ago
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16-Bit, 100 kS/s, Multifunction DAQ Device with 2 Analog Outputs
 

Compatibility with Active Control

Hello,

I am currently working as PHD student at Koc University, Turkey. The product USB234 took my attention. I want to ask some questions related to the product.

1) Is it compatible with the MATLAB/Simulink?
2) Using the software you deliver is it possible to develop adaptive feedforward controller implementations?
3) Is the device compatible for evaluation of the samples acquired from multiple input channels simultaneously?
4) What is typical delivery time upon request?

I am sorry for those basic questions but my previous experiences on USB driven daq units let me doubt about those issues.

Thank you very much in advance.

Looking forward to hear from you.
Job Title:: PHD student
Industry:: Education
Application:: Active vibration controller on an actual vehicle.
1) The USB-234 is not supported under MATLAB’s Simulink. USB devices as you mentioned below, do not lend themselves well to real-time applications. Here you can find a list of all Measurement Computing products supported by Simulink: http://www.mathworks.com/hardware-support/real-time-windows-target.html

2) Based on my knowledge of Adaptive Feedback Control systems the Universal Library and/or the ULx drivers for NI LabVIEW along with NI LabVIEW could be used to develop a program for Adaptive Feedback Control.

3) No the USB-234 is not capable of simultaneous sampling. We do however, have USB devices that support simultaneous sampling but none that are supported by Simulink.

4) For pricing and delivery, please contact our distributor in your area.

Alfatek Test & Automation Ltd
Prof. F. Kerim Gokay Cad. Erdem Sok.
Sabuncuoglu Sitesi A-Blok No; 10/4
Altunizade, Istanbul 34662
Phone: 90 216 474 7355 or 56
Fax: 90 216 474 7357
mustafa@alfatek.com.tr
http://www.alfatek.com.tr
1 week, 3 days ago
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16-Bit, 250 kS/s, Multifunction USB Data Acquisition Device
 

How do you configure Digital I/O for output (~4-5V)?

I have USB-1608GX-2AO DAQ device which I am using with Datawave (Dwavetech.com) Experimenter Workbench. I want to use the Digital I/O to output TTL- like pulses to an Arduino board . When I use the Experimenter Workbench object for digital output to specified bit nothing happens -( no pulse evident on oscilloscope trace).
Other software used:: Datawave Experimenter Workbench
Job Title:: Lab Instructor
Industry:: Neuroscience Research/ Education
Application:: Electrophysiology/Optogenetics
You can test the digital output function by running the InstaCal Analog Loopback test. Close your 3rd party program before launching InstaCal – then you choose which digital output bit for it to toggle, and you wire (loopback) it to an analog input channel. You should see a square wave on the screen. The amplitude of the digital output is not adjustable. If the digital output toggles properly in InstaCal, then the issue is with your 3rd party program.
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