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SolidFloyd:
Anybody here who has tried out the NI myDAQ?
http://www.ni.com/mydaq/

I can get one, with some NI software for about 200$..
I think it looks little cool, well, it don't have the best specs as for measuring and stuff, but looks as it works great with LabView..
I like the function generator, and i love the easy way of programming LabView, not that I'm doing anything fancy  ;D I just like to mess around, try out stuff...
Is it good bang for the buck?

Specs and manual: http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/373060a.pdf

Bored@Work:

--- Quote ---Only students in the United States and Canada may purchase NI myDAQ online.

Verification of student status is required

--- End quote ---

Barf. I hate it when people don't want my money. Yes, I know, subsidized to lure students into LabVIEW and other NI problems. Get them while they are young, bla, bla, bla.

NiHaoMike:
200kHz sample rate is about what high end sound cards do and only 16 bit resolution at that sample rate is not very impressive.

Hypernova:

--- Quote from: NiHaoMike on December 02, 2010, 10:46:13 pm ---200kHz sample rate is about what high end sound cards do and only 16 bit resolution at that sample rate is not very impressive.

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Or go 100KHz and get a AD7680BRJZ with the tiny SOT-23-6 package for 10.11USD, and that's one of the more expensive ones.

SolidFloyd:
well, looks like my Uni may buy one, and I'm going to test it out for them, they are thinking about getting a bunch of those for students to do home labs...

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