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What is openDAQ?

OpenDAQ is an USB based measurement and automation device, which provides user with multifunction data-logging capabilities such as analog inputs and outputs, digital inputs and outputs, timer, counter and many more.

OpenDAQ is an open source acquisition instrument, which allows users to customize their application in an unprecedented manner.

OpenDAQ is intended to be a low-cost, open, and easy to use interface between your computer and the physical world.

Interfacing openDAQ in a Linux O.S.

11 October 2013

In recent articles we have seen how to configure a Raspberry Pi to work...

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Understanding "calibration.py" demo (II)

25 September 2013

In this article we are going to see how to calibrate the analog input ports. The procedure is somewhat different between the [S] and [M] models of openDAQ. 

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Understanding "calibration.py" demo (I)

30 August 2013

Converting the RAW values obtained by the openDAQ’s Analog-to-Digital and...

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Monitoring the cycles of charge and discharge of a Li-Ion battery

17 March 2013

In this new experiment we have used openDAQ to analyze the cycles of charging...

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Raspberry Pi & openDAQ (II)

24 February 2013

In the previous article we have seen that Raspberry Pi can work with directly with openDAQ, without any more than plugging each other through the USB port. In this article we will discuss a simple example of some interesting things that could be done by connecting the two instruments.

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