NI's new module performs accurate measurements for high-voltage applications

Austin, Tex. - National Instruments (NI) announced Nov. 13 that engineers and scientists can now perform accurate, high-voltage analog measurements with its new FieldPoint 12-bit resolution, ±120-V input range distributed I/O module.

11/15/2001


Austin, Tex. - National Instruments (NI) announced Nov. 13 that engineers and scientists can now perform accurate, high-voltage analog measurements with its new FieldPoint 12-bit resolution,

Using FP-AI-102 and NI's software, technical professionals can directly measure high-voltage process signals without the challenge of designing custom signal conditioning systems. FP-AI-102's high-voltage analog input module works with all FieldPoint network modules, including NI's new FieldPoint 2000 family, which supports LabView real-time for programming embedded measurement and control applications.

Engineers and scientists can use FP-AI-102 to help directly mount embedded stand-alone measurement and control applications next to, and connected with, high-voltage signals commonly found on industrial machinery. Also, with NI's FieldPoint distributed I/O, users can integrate software and hardware at less cost, as well as with easier configuration and program development, and with the flexibility to meet changing application needs.





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