LabJack U6 Multifunction USB Data

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  •  Analog input resolution as low as 1μV noise-free
  •  Analog input ranges: 10V, 1V, 0.1V and 0.01V
  •  Expand to 84 analog inputs with add-on
  •  16-bit high-speed ADC (up to 50kHz)
  •  24-bit low-speed ADC
  •  14 analog inputs built-in
  •  20 digital I/O
  •  Watchdog system
  •  Up to 2 counters
  •  2 analog outputs (12-bit, 0-5V)
  •  Serial protocols: SPI, I2C, and more
  •  Up to 4 PWM, quadrature, pulse width, and more
  •  Directly connect thermocouples, RTDs, load cells, bridges, and more
  •  Industrial temperature range (-40° to 85°C)

LabJack U6 Multifunction USB Data
U6 is USB multifunction DAQ device with 14 analog inputs (16- to 18- bit), 2 analog outputs (12-bit), 20 digital I/O, 2 counters, and 4 timers.

U6 series is great for acquiring signals from thermocouples, strain gages, bridge circuits, encoders, and much more. With instrumentation amplified inputs, and software selectable gain settings, the U6 provides a cost effective method to measure analog signals which can’t be resolved by traditional 12-bit DAQ products. Common applications include laboratory research, industrial control and monitoring, and prototype development.

Key Features :

  •  Analog input resolution as low as 1μV noise-free
  •  Analog input ranges: 10V, 1V, 0.1V and 0.01V
  •  Expand to 84 analog inputs with add-on
  •  16-bit high-speed ADC (up to 50kHz)
  •  24-bit low-speed ADC
  •  14 analog inputs built-in
  •  20 digital I/O
  •  Watchdog system
  •  Up to 2 counters
  •  2 analog outputs (12-bit, 0-5V)
  •  Serial protocols: SPI, I2C, and more
  •  Up to 4 PWM, quadrature, pulse width, and more
  •  Directly connect thermocouples, RTDs, load cells, bridges, and more
  •  Industrial temperature range (-40° to 85°C)

Includes :

1. U6 unit itself in red enclosure
2. USB cable (1.8 m)
3. Screwdriver

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