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National Instruments Releases CompactDAQ Controller

National Instruments has released its CompactDAQ 4-slot controller at NIWeek. It is equipped with an integrated Intel Atom processor and is available as a form factor.

CompactDAQ 4-Slot Controller

The CompactDAQ 4-slot controller from NI.

The CompactDAQ’s integrated systems, according to the company, allow engineers to reduce overall system cost and complexity while increasing measurement accuracy. Other integrated systems include signal conditioning and I/O.

The controller can run on Windows Embedded 7 or NI Linux Real-Time, and includes removable storage, a built-in CAN/LIN port, four C Series Module Slots and a temperature testing range of -40 °C to 70 °C  (-40 °F to 158 °F).

If run with LabVIEW system design software, users can combine over 60 sensor-specific I/O modules and customize data acquisition systems to meet specific application needs.

“We designed this next-generation CompactDAQ controller based on customer feedback, making it smaller, less expensive and more rugged,” said Stefanie Breyer, director of data acquisition R&D at National Instruments. “By leveraging the latest Intel Atom 3800 processor within the controller, our customers can deploy powerful processing paired with high-accuracy measurements anywhere.”

For more information, visit National Instruments.

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