Support for DAQami, easy-to-use advanced data logging application to acquire,
view, and log data
TracerDAQ® for acquiring and displaying data and generating signals
Universal Library includes support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET,
including examples for Visual C++®, Visual C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic® .NET
Universal Library for Android™ includes support and examples for the Android 3.1
platform (API level 12) and later
DASYLab® and NI LabVIEW™ drivers
MATLAB® Data Acquisition Toolbox™ support
Linux® open-source drivers
InstaCal™ software utility for installing, configuration, and testing
Supported Operating Systems: Windows® 10/8/7/Vista®/XP, 32-bit or 64-bit;
Android 3.1 (API level 12) and later; Linu
The USB-201 device provides eight single-ended (SE) analog inputs, eight individually-configurable DIO channels, one event counter, and external pacer I/O. Everything you need to begin acquiring, viewing, and storing data is included with this device, including comprehensive software support.
The USB-201 device provides eight 12-bit SE analog inputs and offers an analog input range of ±10 V.
When scanning continuously to computer memory (hardware-paced mode), this device has a 100 kS/s maximum aggregate sampling rate.
The channel queue feature lets you configure a list of unique ascending channel configuration for each scan. The channel settings are stored in a channel queue list that is written to local memory on the device.
External Pacer I/O
The USB-201 device provides one external clock input and one clock output for the analog input pacer. You can connect an external clock signal to the external clock input terminal. When using the internal clock, this device outputs the ADC sample clock.
The USB-201 device provides eight TTL-level digital I/O lines. Each digital channel is software-selectable for input or output. When configured for input, you can use the digital I/O terminals to detect the state of any TTL-level input.
The USB-201 device has a user-configurable internal jumper to configure the digital bits for pull-up or pull-down (default).
Event Counter Input
The device supports one 32-bit TTL-level event counter that accepts inputs up to 1 MHz.