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Ni released a 6-bit and a half digital multimeter based on PXI bus for high cost performance

release - July 2007 - Ni released a new PXI bus 6-bit and a half digital multimeter - Ni pxi-4065, and continued to expand its digital multimeter product line. The cost-effective pxi-4065 digital multimeter has 6-and-a-half bit performance, providing a new entry-level solution for a reliable, high-channel data recording and measurement system that is not easy to measure and change angles. Engineers can combine the new multimeter with more than 150 existing Ni PXI switch configurations to create a high number of channels in the cost-effective Ni pxi-1033 chassis with an integrated controller), which can be provided by a 6-bit and a half data recording system with up to 48 or 784 channels. In order to further expand the system, engineers can also use 18 slot chassis to achieve an increase of 3000 channels

using ni-dmm driver software, together with pxi-4065 digital multimeter and NI LabVIEW signalexpress, engineers can build a high-channel data recording system in a very short time. In the field of automated test system, Ni 4065 digital multimeter can work with Ni TestStand, LabVIEW, LabWindows 8482/CVI and Measurement Studio are compatible with the development environment, providing engineers with a variety of options to achieve precise definition and measurement control

pxi-4065 digital multimeter uses the same technology as the existing Ni pci-4065 and Ni pcie-4065 digital multimeter, providing 6-and-a-half bit accuracy at 10 readings/s and relatively low accuracy at 3000 readings/s. Under the existing measurement conditions of ± 300 vdc/vrms isolation, 3 A and 2-/4-wire resistance, the Ni 4065 digital multimeter can provide the new national standard flame retardant B1 insulation material, which specifically refers to the wall insulation material foam, a complete solution to meet the basic 6-and-a-half measurement needs. For higher performance applications, engineers can configure the system through the existing Ni 407x flex multimeter equipment series to meet the needs of measurement speed, accuracy and resolution. Engineers can also integrate the new multimeter with Ni modular power supply and precision source to establish a complete and accurate DC measurement system

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National Instruments Corporation (Ni) was founded in 1976. For 30 years, Ni has been the technology pioneer and leader of virtual instrument technology because it does not use digital displays and some electronic components - the innovative concept of virtual instrument technology has changed the way engineers and scientists in various fields conduct testing, measurement and automation. By using PC and ready to use commercial technology, virtual instrument technology reduces the cost of application in the field of testing, control and design for users and greatly improves production efficiency through easy integrated software, such as graphical development environment NI LabVIEW, and modular measurement and control hardware based on PXI, PCI, PCI Express, PXI Express, USB and Ethernet. Ni is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with branches in 40 countries and more than 4000 employees. For the past seven consecutive years, Fortune magazine ranked Ni as one of the 100 companies most suitable for work in the United States. Please visit or call to learn more about the company

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