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Python Support for the Latest Generation of DATAQ Products

DATAQ Instruments is pleased to offer Python programming support for model DI-245, DI-2008, DI-1100, DI-1110, DI-1120, DI-2108, DI-4108, DI-4208 and the upcoming DI-4718B. Python is a popular high level programming language, with a large and enthusiastic user base. When used in conjunction with the latest generation of DATAQ Instruments data loggers, Python allows you to Read More

New, Free .Net Classes and Example Programs

Maintaining our commitment to provide the latest in programming support, today we announce the availability of .Net classes and example programs for two new hardware products. DI-2008 Thermocouple, mV, V and Pulse USB DAQ Product Released only weeks ago, model DI-2008 provides incredible measurement flexibility at an affordable price. Now, all that measurement power can Read More

Synchronized DI-2108-P Instruments Example Program

We’ve worked hard to release a series of example programs to help customers who wish to program our products using our .Net Class. This latest effort is for model DI-2108-P, 16-bit USB DAQ (data acquisition) instrument. The product is the first to support our new ChannelStretch™ technology, which allows synchronous channel expansion simply by connecting Read More

.Net Class for model DI-2108-P

We’re pleased to announce the availability of .Net DLLs to support independent programming of our model DI-2108-P USB data acquisition (DAQ) instrument. The DI-2108-P supports 160 kHz, 16-bit measurement resolution, 8 analog input channels, and 7 digital I/O ports with counter and rate inputs. The DLLs are supplied with a fully functional program example that Read More

DI-2108 USB DAQ (Data Acquisition) .Net Class

DATAQ Instruments, Inc. announces the immediate availability of an advanced .Net class for its DI-2108 High-speed, 16-bit USB Data Acquisition (DAQ) with Anti-alias filters. The class taps all of the instrument’s data acquisition functionality.                 DI-2108 .Net Class Feature List Eight analog inputs, with these over-sampling selections per channel Read More

DI-145 .Net Programming Example

Data Acquisition > Voltage > DI-145 Links: DI-145 product page .Net class download page DI-145 programming example This article is the final installment on using DI-100 Series data acquisition starter kits in a .NET programming environment, concluding with the lowest-cost DI-145 model. This affordable, yet extremely capable instrument offers four analog input channels with a Read More

DI-149 .Net Programming Example

Data Acquisition > Voltage > DI-149 Links: .Net class download page DI-149 .net programming example DI-149 product page In our continuing effort to show you how to use our data acquisition starter kits in a .net programming environment, we offer with this installment an example program for the DI-149. The DI-149 features eight analog Read More

DI-155 .Net Example Program

Data Acquisition > Voltage > DI-155 Links: DI-155 Data Acquisition Starter Kit .Net class download page DI-155 .Net Programming Example We’ve released a new VB.Net example program (including source code, of course) for our model DI-155 data acquisition starter kit. The program uses our simple dll and has a modular design that allows a clear understanding of Read More

DI-245 .NET Programming Example

Data Acquisition > Voltage > DI-245 We’ve released a new programming example for the DI-245 four-channel USB Voltage and Thermocouple DAQ  that uses the Simple version of the interface to configure all aspects of the instrument.  The example allows any channel to be configured for either thermocouple or voltage measurements. If programmed for voltage it allows any Read More

How To Use Protocol-level Commands

Data Acquisition > Starter Kits Since DATAQ Instruments released protocol documentation for its data acquisition starter kits, many requests have been received for an example program to show how they’re used. It makes sense, because using protocol commands is not as easy as you might think. Setting up the data acquisition starter kit using the Read More