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Wireless and Ethernet devices offer remote measurements

09 August 2008

National Instruments (NI) has announced Wi-Fi and Ethernet data acquisition (DAQ) devices.
NI Wi-Fi DAQ can be combined with the NI LabView software platform to meet wireless structural diagnostic, environmental and machine condition monitoring application needs by reducing cabling costs and increasing flexibility without compromising performance.

Wireless and Ethernet devices offer easy-to-use, high-performance remote measurements
Wireless and Ethernet devices offer easy-to-use, high-performance remote measurements

Using the IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless networks, the new NI Wi-Fi DAQ devices stream data on each channel at more than 50 kS/s with 24 bits of resolution. Wi-Fi DAQ devices deliver measurement data to a host PC instantaneously for real-time viewing and in-line analysis of dynamic sensor signals. In addition, built-in advanced network authentication methods and 128-bit AES encryption offer the highest commercially available network security and meet the standards defined for use of wireless networks in U.S. government facilities by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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