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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.

Raspberry Pi & openDAQ (I)

04 February 2013

Raspberry Pi is a board computer (SBC) the size of a credit card, which can be connected to a TV or a keyboard. It is a miniature PC with ARM processor that can be used for many of the things that a desktop PC can do, such as spreadsheets, word processors and games. You can even play HD video.

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Writing a simple script in Python to get a chart

27 January 2013

In last article we talked about how to modify one of the examples for Python available on this website to create a customized application, to use in your own experiments.

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Reusing the code from the demos to create your own application

21 January 2013

Some of you have asked us, concerned about the possibility of using Python to generate a custom graphical interface to use with openDAQ, but not having enough experience to build one from scratch.

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Real-time temperature in LabVIEW

31 December 2012

In this example we are going to show how to build a simple application for openDAQ using LabVIEW.

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Rediscovering the RC filter

12 December 2012

In this experiment, we are using openDAQ to test the simplest first order low-pass filter: a RC network filter.

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