3/12/2003 - National Instruments new SCC-AO10 module delivers portable, isolated signal conditioning for analog output. This new module works with NI data acquisition (DAQ) devices to deliver increased accuracy, connectivity options and system protection.
The NI SCC-AO10 features 300 V Category II isolation to protect hardware from high transient voltage surges. It also includes an output range of ±10 V and increases the output current drive capacity of NI data acquisition devices to ±30 mA. When used with the NI LabVIEW graphical development environment, the SCC-AO10 can quickly and easily integrate into a variety of applications including signal generation, design validation and process control.
As part of the SCC platform, the SCC-AO10 provides the benefits of isolated signal conditioning in a flexible, low-cost and easy-to-use package. The modular design of SCC gives engineers and scientists the power to choose conditioning on a per-channel basis and customize each connector panelette to match specific sensors. In addition, NI offers these features in a portable system that fits conveniently under a laptop.
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For more than 26 years, National Instruments (http://ni.com) has revolutionized the way engineers and scientists work by delivering virtual instrumentation solutions built on rapidly advancing commercial technologies, including industry-standard computers and the Internet. NI increases productivity for customers worldwide by delivering easy-to-integrate software, such as the NI LabVIEW graphical development environment, and modular hardware, such as PXI modules for data acquisition and instrumentation. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NI has more than 3,000 employees and direct operations in 40 countries. In 2002, the company sold products to more than 25,000 different companies in more than 80 countries around the world. For the past four consecutive years, FORTUNE magazine has named NI one of the 100 best companies to work for in America.
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