8/15/2002 - National Instruments extends the power of LabVIEW with the new Lock-In Amplifier Start-Up Kit. With this FREE start-up kit, LabVIEW functions as a lock-in amplifier instrument, isolating and measuring hidden signals from noise inputs, and works as a narrow-band pass filter around a reference frequency to extract the desired hidden signal.
The new start-up kit delivers lock-in amplifier functionality in software with greater speed and efficiency than traditional lock-in amplifier instruments. The start-up kit can continuously lock onto reference frequencies up to 350 kHz and provide output filter values for every input sample — up to 700 kS/s, a significant improvement compared to stand-alone instruments. It leverages mainstream computer technologies and delivers the benefits of ever-increasing performance, flexibility, and functionality.
Engineers can integrate lock-in amplifier data into applications such as spectroscopy, fiber optic, and chemistry with far more flexibility than transferring data from a stand-alone instrument. The kit simplifies custom lock-in amplifier application development for research, design validation, and manufacturing tests.
Combining NI LabVIEW and the FREE Lock-In Amplifier start-up kit with NI data acquisition products, such as the NI PXI-4472 24-bit, eight-channel dynamic signal acquisition devices, yields additional performance gains and benefits, including high-channel count, greater flexibility, and improved data acquisition. Engineers can integrate the lock-in amplifier functionality of the start-up kit with other NI hardware and achieve as much as 30 times faster measurement throughput compared to traditional lock-in amplifier instruments.
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National Instruments leverages commercial technologies, such as industry-standard computers and the Internet, to deliver customer-defined measurement and automation solutions. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NI has more than 2,900 employees and direct operations in 37 countries. NI increases the productivity of engineers and scientists worldwide by delivering easy-to-integrate software and modular hardware. In 2001, the company sold products to more than 24,000 different companies in more than 60 countries around the world. For the past three consecutive years, FORTUNE magazine has named NI one of the 100 best companies to work for in America.
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