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LabJack DAQ is quite unique, Advanced features.

USB and Ethernet DAQ Modules

T7 and T7 Pro

U6 and U6 Pro
U3

U12
UE9

Accessories

CB15 Terminal Block U3 and UE9
CB25 Terminal Block U12
CB37 Terminal Block UE9
EB37 Experiment Board UE9
EI-1022 Temperature Probe
EI-1050 Digital Temperature/Humidity Probe U12
EI-1040 Dual Instrumentation Amplifier
RB16 Relay Board U12
RB12 Relay Board U3 and UE9

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t7 Features

Features
Multifunction DAQ with WiFi, Ethernet, and USB
Choose the T7 series for ultimate flexibility. With 16 to 24-bit analog inputs, the option to use USB, Ethernet, or WiFi, and numerous built-in firmware features, the T7 Series can help you accomplish nearly any data acquisition need.

It's great for acquiring signals from virtually any kind sensor, and can serve that sensor data out through any of its 3 communication interfaces. With instrumentation amplified inputs, software selectable gain settings, dozens of digital I/O features, and a Modbus TCP front-end, the T7 Series is our most versatile multifunction DAQ platform. Common applications include laboratory research, industrial control and monitoring, and prototype development. Additionally, the T7 series devices are capable of stand-alone operation by running Lua Scripts.

Hardware Overview
Analog Input
14 Analog Inputs built in (16-24 Bits Depending on Speed & Device Type)
Expand to 84 analog inputs with Mux80 add-on
T7: 16-bit high-speed ADC (up to 100k samples/s)
T7-Pro: 24-bit low-speed ADC (resolution as low as 1uV noise-free)
Software Configurable Resolution Settings
Single-Ended Inputs (14) or Differential Inputs (7)
Analog input ranges: ±10V, ±1V, ±0.1V and ±0.01V
All analog input features are software programmable by configuring the Analog Input Registers
High speed sampling configurable by using Stream Mode. Speeds up to 100kS/s
Low Latency Sampling and Control (less than 1ms) is made easy with Command-Response Modbus messages
Easy integration with sensors like thermocouples, load cells, bridges, and more ...
Analog Output
2 analog outputs (12-bit, 0-5V)
Waveform generation via Stream Out
Integrated LJTick-DAC support for multiple +/-10V outputs
Digital I/O
23 Digital I/O
Supports SPI, I2C, and more... (Master Only)
5 PWM Outputs with individual phase control
5 Pulse Outputs with configurable number, frequency, and width
2 Frequency Inputs returning both frequency and period
2 Pulse Width Inputs measuring time spent high and low as well as duty cycle
2 Line-to-Line Inputs measuring the time between edges on 2 different lines
4 High-Speed Counters
6 Software Counters w/ debounce capabilities
3 Pairs of Quadrature Inputs
Many of these DIO Extended Features share pins and cannot be used at the same time. See the DIO Extended Features section of the T7's datasheet
Fixed Current Outputs
200 µA
10 µA
Communication Options
USB
Ethernet
802.11b/g WiFi (T7-Pro only)
Other Highlights
Capable of stand-alone operation by running Lua Scripts
Built-In CJC Temperature Sensor for easy thermocouple temperature readings
Watchdog system
Field Upgradable Firmware
Programmable Startup Defaults
Industrial temperature range (-40 to +85C)
For more information please visit the hardware overview section of the T7's datasheet
Further Reading
More technical specifications about the T7 can be found in Appendix A of the T7's Datasheet.


U6 Features

Features
•14 Analog Inputs (16-18+ Bits Depending on Speed)
•U6-Pro Adds 24-bit Low-Speed ADC for 22-Bit Effective Resolution
•Single-Ended Inputs (14) or Differential Inputs (7)
•Instrumentation Amplifier Inputs
•Software Programmable Gains of x1, x10, and x100
•Analog Input Ranges of ±10, ±1, and ±0.1 Volts
•Built-In CJC Temperature Sensor
•2 Fixed Current Outputs (200/10 µA)
•2 Analog Outputs (12-Bit, ~0-5 Volts)
•20 Digital I/O
•Up to 2 Counters (32 Bits Each)
•Up to 4 Timers (Pulse Timing, PWM Output, Quadrature Input, ...)
•Supports SPI, I2C, and Asynchronous Serial Protocols (Master Only)
•Supports Software or Hardware Timed Acquisition
•Maximum Input Stream Rate of 50 kHz (Depending on Resolution)
•Capable of Command/Response Times Less Than 1 Millisecond
•Built-In Screw Terminals for Some Signals
•USB 2.0/1.1 Full Speed Interface
•Powered by USB Cable
•Drivers Available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
•Examples Available for C/C++, VB, LabVIEW, Python, and More
•Includes Licensed Copy of DAQFactory Express Software (Win2000+)
•Includes USB Cable and Screwdriver
•Free Firmware Upgrades
•Money Back Guarantee
•Enclosure Size Approximately 3" x 7" x 1" (75mm x 185mm x 30mm)
•Rated for Industrial Temperature Range (-40 to +85 Degrees C)
Analog Inputs:
The LabJack U6 has 14 external analog inputs (AIN0-AIN13). AIN0-AIN3 are available on screw terminals and also on the DB37 connector. All 14 analog inputs are available on the DB37 connector.

The maximum input range is ±10 volts, with software selectable gains of x1, x10, and x100. Each analog input can be measured single-ended, or differentially in even/odd pairs. Analog input resolution is 16 bits at max speed (~20 µs conversion time), increasing to 18+ bits at slower speeds (see Sections 3.1 and 3.2 of the User's Guide). Input impedance is at least 1 GO, with typical input bias currents of only 20 nA.

Command/response (software timed) analog input reads typically take 1-4 ms depending on number of channels and communication configuration. Hardware timed input streaming has a maximum rate that varies with resolution from 4 ksamples/s at 18 bits to 50 ksamples/s at 16 bits.

The U6-Pro has all the features of the normal U6 with the addition of an auxiliary low-speed high-resolution (24-bit) sigma-delta ADC. Analog input resolution varies from 19.5 bits (RMS or Effective) at max speed (4 ms conversion time), to 22 bits at slower speeds (160 ms conversion time).

For more information about the analog inputs see Section 2.7 and Appendix A of the User's Guide. For data rate information see Sections 3.1 and Sections 3.2. The User's Guide can be found on the U6 Support page.

Temperature Sensor:
The LabJack U6 has a temperature sensor located very close to the AIN0-AIN3 screw-terminals. Accuracy is ±2 degrees C (max). This sensor is particularly useful for thermocouple cold junction compensation (CJC).

Fixed Current Outputs:
The LabJack U6 has 2 fixed current outputs of 10 µA and 200 µA. These are useful for measuring resistance (resistors, thermistors, RTDs).

Analog Outputs:
The LabJack U6 has 2 analog outputs (DAC0 and DAC1) that are available both on screw terminals and the DB37 connector. Each analog output can be set to a voltage between about 0 and 5 volts with 12-bits of resolution. The analog outputs are based on a true voltage reference.

The analog outputs are updated in command/response mode, with a typical update time of 1-4 ms depending on communication configuration.

For more information about the analog outputs see Section 2.8 and Appendix A of the User's Guide. For data rate information see Section 3.1. The User's Guide can be found on the U6 Support page.

Digital I/O:
The LabJack U6 has 20 digital I/O channels which can be individually configured as input, output-high, or output-low.

The first 4 FIO are available on screw terminals and the DB37 connector. All 8 FIO and 3 MIO are available on the DB37 connector, and 8 EIO and 4 CIO are available on the DB15 connector. Note that on the U6, CIO0-CIO2 are the same as MIO0-MIO2.

Command/response (software timed) reads/writes typically take 1-4 ms depending on communication configuration. The digital inputs can also be read in a hardware timed input stream where up to 16 inputs count as a single stream channel.

For more information about the digital I/O see Section 2.9 and Appendix A of the User's Guide. For data rate information see Sections 3.1 and 3.2. The User's Guide can be found on the U6 Support page.

Timers:
Up to 4 digital I/O can be configured as timers. The timers are very flexible, providing options such as PWM output, pulse timing, pulse counting, and quadrature input.

For more information about the timers see Section 2.10 and Appendix A of the User's Guide. The User's Guide can be found on the U6 Support page.

Counters:
Up to 2 digital I/O can be configured as 32-bit counters. Since counting is one possible mode of the timers above, the U6 has up to 6 counting inputs.

For more information about the counters see Section 2.10 and Appendix A of the User's Guide. The User's Guide can be found on the U6 Support page.

I/O Protection:
All I/O lines on the U6 are protected against minor overvoltages. The AIN lines can withstand continuous overvoltage of ±?? volts, the FIO lines can withstand up to ±10 volts, while the EIO/CIO/MIO lines can withstand up to ±6 volts.

High Channel Count Applications:
By using USB hubs, many LabJacks can be interfaced to a single PC, providing an inexpensive solution for high channel count applications.


U3 Features

16 Flexible I/O (Digital Input, Digital Output, or Analog Input)
Up to 2 Timers (Pulse Counting/Timing, PWM Output, Quadrature Input)
Up to 2 Counters (32-Bits Each)
4 Additional Digital I/O
12-bit Analog Inputs (0-2.4 V SE or +/- 2.4 V Diff.)
1 Dedicated Analog Output (8-Bit, 0-5 volts)
2nd Analog Output Available in Certain Configurations
Built-In Screw Terminals for Some Signals
USB 2.0/1.1 Full Speed Interface
Powered by USB Cable
Includes Licensed Copy of DAQFactory Express Software (Win2000/XP)
Includes USB Cable and Screwdriver
Free Firmware Upgrades
Money Back Guarantee
Enclosure Size Approximately 3" x 4.5" x 1.2" (75mm x 115mm x 30mm)
Rated for Industrial Temperature Range (-40 to +85 Degrees C)

Flexible I/O
The first 16 I/O lines (FIO and EIO ports) on the LabJack U3 can be individually configured as digital input, digital output, or analog input. In addition, up to 2 of these lines can be configured as timers, and up to 2 of these lines can be configured as counters.

The first 8 flexible I/O lines (FIO0-FIO7) appear on built-in screw terminals. The other 8 flexible I/O lines (EIO0-EIO7) are available on the DB15 connector.

Analog Inputs
The LabJack U3 has up to 16 analog inputs available on the flexible I/O lines. Single-ended measurements can be taken of any line compared to ground, or differential measurements can be taken of any line to any other line.

Analog input resolution is 12-bits. The range of single-ended analog inputs is typically 0-2.4 volts, and the range of differential analog inputs is typically +/- 2.4 volts (pseudobipolar). For valid measurements, the voltage on every analog input pin, with respect to ground, must be within -0.3 to +3.6 volts.

Command/response (software timed) analog input reads typically take 0.6-4.0 ms depending on number of channels and communication configuration. Hardware timed input streaming is not supported.

Analog Outputs
The LabJack U3 has 1 or 2 analog outputs (DAC0 and DAC1) that are available on the screw terminals. Each analog output can be set to a voltage between 0 and 5 volts with 8-bits of resolution.

The second analog output is only available in certain configurations. In particular, if the analog inputs are using the internal 2.4 volt reference (the most accurate option), then DAC1 outputs a fixed voltage of 1.5*Vref.

The analog outputs are updated in command/response mode, with a typical update time of 0.6-4.0 ms depending on communication configuration. The analog outputs have filters with a 3 dB cutoff around 16 Hz, limiting the frequency of output waveforms to less than that.

Digital I/O
The LabJack U3 has up to 20 digital I/O channels. 16 are available from the flexible I/O lines, and 4 dedicated digital I/O (CIO0-CIO3) are available on the DB15 connector. Each digital line can be individually configured as input, output-high, or output-low. The digital I/O use 3.3 volt logic and are 5 volt tolerant.

Timers
Up to 2 flexible I/O lines can be configured as timers. The timers are very flexible, providing options such as PWM output, pulse timing, pulse counting, and quadrature input.

Counters
Up to 2 flexible I/O lines can be configured as 32-bit counters.

I/O Protection
All I/O lines on the U3 are protected against minor overvoltages. The FIO lines can withstand continuous voltages of up to +/- 10 volts, while the EIO/CIO lines withstand continuous voltages of up to +/- 6 volts.

High Channel Count Applications
By using USB hubs, many LabJacks can be interfaced to a single PC, providing an inexpensive solution for high channel count applications.

Optional Accessories
The CB15 is a simple screw terminal breakout for the DB15 connector, providing convenient access to the EIO and CIO ports.

The RB12 provides a convenient interface for the U3 to industry standard digital I/O modules, allowing electricians, engineers, and other qualified individuals, to interface a LabJack with high voltages/currents. The RB12 relay board connects to the DB15 connector on the LabJack, using the 12 EIO/CIO lines to control up to 12 I/O modules. Output or input types of digital I/O modules can be used. The RB12 is designed to accept G4 series digital I/O modules from Opto22, and compatible modules from other manufacturers such as the G5 series from Grayhill. Output modules are available with voltage ratings up to 200 VDC or 280 VAC, and current ratings up to 3.5 amps.

U12 Features


8 Single-Ended, 4 Differential 12-Bit Analog Inputs
±10 Volt Analog Input Range
PGA with Gains of 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 16, or 20 V/V
Up to 8 kSamples/Sec (Burst) or 1.2 kSamples/Second (Stream)
Supports Software or Hardware Timed Acquisition
Supports Triggered Acquisition
2 Analog Outputs
20 Digital I/O (Up to 50 Hz per I/O)
32-Bit Counter
Watchdog Timer Function
Easy to Use Plug-and-Play USB Device
Connect Up to 80 LabJacks to One USB Port
Complete Software Control, No Jumpers or Switches
No Power Supply Needed
Includes Application and Driver Software
Includes LabVIEW VIs
Works with Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP
Includes Cable and Screwdriver
Money Back Guarantee
Approximately 4" x 6" x 1"

Analog Inputs
The LabJack U12 has 8 screw terminals for analog input signals (AI0-AI7). These can be configured individually as 8 single-ended channels, 4 differential channels, or combinations in between. Each input has a ±10 volt input range, 12-bit resolution, and an input bias current of ±90 microamps. Differential channels can make use of the low noise precision PGA to provide gains up to 20, giving an effective resolution greater than 16-bits.

The LabJack U12 is capable of both software and hardware timed acquisition. When using software timed acquisition (also called command/response), the PC sends a command to the LabJack, and it responds with data. This mode can acquire 4 channels at up to 50 samples/second per channel, or 8 channels at up to 25 samples/second per channel.

When using hardware timed acquisition, the PC sends a command to the LabJack telling it to start a burst or stream mode acquisition. Both burst and stream mode take advantage of the LabJack's precision timing crystal and high-speed sample buffer. In burst mode, up to 4,096 samples will be acquired from 1-4 channels at up to 8,192 samples/second and stored in the buffer. After the acquisition is complete, the data is transferred to the PC.

A hardware trigger can be configured for burst mode that starts the acquisition when a digital input changes state. In stream mode, data is acquired from 1-4 channels at up to 1,200 samples/second and stored in the LabJack buffer. Simultaneously, the data is transferred from the LabJack buffer to the PC buffer, allowing the data to be streamed to disk continuously. Click here for more info on data rates.

Analog Outputs
The LabJack U12 has 2 screw terminals for analog output signals (AO0 & AO1). Each analog output can be set to a voltage between 0 and the supply voltage (+5 volts nominal) with 10-bits of resolution. The analog outputs are controlled in command/response mode at up to 50 Hz per channel.

Digital I/O
The LabJack U12 has 20 digital I/O channels which can be individually configured as input or output.

Connections to 4 of the digital I/O are made with the built-in screw terminals (IO0-IO3). These 4 channels have built-in overvoltage/short-circuit protection. As inputs or outputs, they are controlled/read in command/response mode at up to 50 Hz per bit. As inputs only, they can be read with the high-speed burst and stream modes.

The remaining 16 digital I/O are accessed through the DB-25 connector and controlled/read in command/response mode at up to 50 Hz per bit. These channels can sink or source up to 25 mA each (total sink or source current of 200 mA max for all 16), allowing direct interface to many relays.

Counter
There is one 32-bit counter available on the LabJack U12 (screw terminal CNT), capable of counting frequencies up to 1 MHz. The counter is read in command/response mode at up to 50 Hz or up to 300 Hz in hardware timed stream mode.

Watchdog Timer Function for Unattended Operation
The LabJack U12 also has a watchdog timer function available which can change the states of digital I/O if the LabJack does not successfully communicate with the PC within a specified timeout period. This function could be used to reboot the PC allowing for reliable unattended operation.

Portable Data Acquisition and Control
When used with a notebook PC, the LabJack U12 becomes a convenient portable data acquisition and control system. The watchdog timer function allows the development of a system which has the reliability of a datalogger with the power of a PC. The low-power design of the LabJack U12 allows it to draw all it's power from the USB port. Also, no UPS is needed when using a LabJack U12 with a notebook PC. In the event of power loss, both the LabJack and the notebook will continue to operate.

High Channel Count Applications
By using USB hubs, up to 80 LabJacks can be connected to a single USB port, providing an inexpensive solution for low-speed high channel count applications.

Free Example Application Software
Includes various example applications, including LJlogger and LJscope.

LJlogger provides datalogger type functionality. It reads all inputs, controls all outputs, writes real time data to disk, and sends email when events are triggered.

LJscope is a simple virtual oscilloscope program. This software is free and can be downloaded from labjack.com for evaluation.

Free Driver Software
Drivers are provided as a DLL which can be called from most programming languages. Also included are an ActiveX wrapper and LabVIEW VIs which call all the functions in the DLL. Most driver functions have a demo input, so applications can be developed and tested without hardware.

Includes Everything for Out-of-the-Box Operation
Everything needed (software, screwdriver, and USB cable) is included with the LabJack U12. Installation is very simple and takes just a few minutes:

Connect to the USB port on a PC running Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP using the included cable. The low-level drivers, which come with Windows, will be installed automatically.

Run the LabJack installation program to install the high-level drivers and example applications.

Optional Accessories
The LabJack U12 comes complete, but we do offer a few optional accessories.

1/ The CB25 provides screw-terminal connections and short-circuit/overvoltage protection for the 16 I/O which are accessed through the DB25 connector. (stocked)

2/ The RB16 provides sockets for industry standard miniature I/O modules (solid state relays).

3/ The EI-1022 is an inexpensive and easy to use temperature probe. (stocked)

4/The EI-1040 is a single-supply dual instrumentation amp that provides high impedance and high gain.

Note on using the LabJack U12 with LabVIEW: (very slick and simple)
In the ai simple scan.vi demo adjust the scan rate to the range of 200 to 1200 HZ. It is defauled to 128 and this will cause a -22 error

UE9 Features

14 Analog Inputs (12-16 Bits Depending on Speed)
±5 or 0-5 Volt Maximum Analog Input Range
Supports Software or Hardware Timed Acquisition
Analog Input Streaming Up To 50 kHz
2 Analog Outputs (12-Bit)
23 Digital I/O
Up to 2 Counters (32-Bits Each)
Up to 6 Timers (Pulse Timing, PWM Output, Quadrature Input)
Built-In Screw Terminals for Some Signals
USB 2.0/1.1 Full Speed Interface
Ethernet 10Base-T Interface
Dual-Processor Design with 168 MHz of Total Processing Power
Electrical Isolation Possible with Ethernet Interface
Wireless DAQ Possible with Ethernet Interface
No Power Supply Needed for USB Operation
Includes Licensed Copy of DAQFactory Express Software (Win2000/XP)
Includes USB and Ethernet Cable, Power Supply, and Screwdriver
Free Firmware Upgrades
Money Back Guarantee
Enclosure Size Approximately 3" x 7" x 1" (75mm x 185mm x 30mm)
Rated for Industrial Temperature Range (-40 to +85 Degrees C)

Analog Inputs
The LabJack UE9 has 14 external analog inputs (AIN0-AIN13) and 2 internal analog inputs (AIN14-AIN15). AIN0-AIN3 are available on screw terminals and also on the DB37 connector. All 14 analog inputs are available on the DB37 connector.

Each analog input can be configured individually as unipolar (0-5 volts) or bipolar (±5 volts). An internal PGA provides gains of 1, 2, 4, or 8 (unipolar ranges only at this time). Analog input resolution is 12-bits at max speed (10 us conversion time), increasing up to 16-bits at slower speeds (10 ms conversion time).

Analog inputs can be continuously streamed at up to 50 ksamples/second. Command/response (software timed) functions typically take a few milliseconds to execute.

Analog Outputs
The LabJack UE9 has 2 analog outputs (DAC0 and DAC1) that are available both on screw terminals and the DB37 connector. Each analog output can be set to a voltage between 0 and about 4.8 volts with 12-bits of resolution.

Digital I/O
The LabJack UE9 has 23 digital I/O channels which can be individually configured as input, output-high, or output-low. 8 of these lines are called flexible digital I/O (FIO) and can be software configured as up to 6 timers and 2 counters.

The first 4 FIO are available on screw terminals and the DB37 connector. All 8 FIO and 3 MIO are available on the DB37 connector, and 8 EIO and 3 CIO are available on the DB15 connector.

Timers
Up to 6 FIO can be configured as timers. The timers are very flexible, providing options such as PWM output, pulse timing, and quadrature input.

Counters
Up to 2 FIO can be configured as 32-bit counters.

Power Supply
Power can be provided by the USB cable or an external 5 volt supply (included). When only Ethernet is connected, and an isolated power supply is used (such as the included wall-wart), the entire UE9 is electrically isolated.

High Channel Count Applications
By using USB hubs or Ethernet switches, many LabJacks can be interfaced to a single PC, providing an inexpensive solution for low-speed high channel count applications.

Wireless Data Acquisition
Combining the UE9 with a standard 802.11 wireless Ethernet bridge ($50-$200 from any computer retailer) provides inexpensive wireless data acquisition. Applications include high-speed continuous wireless data acquisition, long distance remote sensing and control, or PDA based data acquisition.

Accessories

CB15 Terminal Block U3 and UE9

Provides convenient screw terminals for the DB15 connector on the LabJack U3 and UE9. The CB15 can connect directly to the LabJack or can be attached with various types of cables (not included). Not compatible with the U12. Includes screwdriver.


CB25 Terminal Block U12

Most of the connections on the LabJack U12 have built-in screw terminals, but 16 of the digital I/O are accessed with a DB25 connector. To ease the use of these digital ports the CB25 provides screw terminal connections. For the LabJack U12 only.

 

CB37 Terminal Block UE9

Provides convenient screw terminals for the DB37 connector on the LabJack UE9. The CB37 can connect directly to the UE9 or can be attached with various types of cables (not included). For the LabJack UE9 only. Includes screwdriver

 

EB37 Experiment Board UE9

The EB37 experiment board connects to the LabJack UE9’s DB37 connector and provides convenient screw terminal access. Also provided is a solderless breadboard and useful power supplies (+/-10 volts, 3.3 volts, and 1.25 volts). Includes a screwdriver, power supply, and jumper wires. For the LabJack UE9 only

 

EI-1022 Temperature Probe

Easy to use and inexpensive temperature probe. Designed to work with any LabJack, but can also be used with any voltage measuring device. Outputs 10 mV per degree C, and has a range of up to -40 to +100 degrees C.

 

EI-1050 Digital Temperature/Humidity Probe U12

The EI-1050 uses two digital lines on the LabJack U12 (IO0 and IO1) to retrieve temperature and relative humidity measurements. Featuring the Sensirion SHT11 sensor, it provides 14-bit temperature readings and 12-bit humidity readings. An enable line is provided allowing multiple EI-1050 probes to be connected to a single LabJack U12. Measurement range is -40 to 120 degrees C for temperature and 0 to 100% for humidity. Accuracy is +/-0.5 degrees C (@ 25 deg C) and +/-3.5%. With LabJack U12 firmware version 1.10 or higher (Feb 2003 or later), it takes about 230/75 milliseconds to get a temperature/humidity reading. With earlier firmware versions it takes about 2 seconds to get one temperature or humidity reading. For the LabJack U12 only.

 

EI-1040 Dual Instrumentation Amplifier

Dual instrumentation amplifier provides 2 high-impedance differential inputs. Operates from a single 5 volt supply and provides a +/- 15 volt supply and a 4.096 volt reference. Analog input range is +/- 10 volts. The gain of each channel is set to 1, 10, 100, or 1000 via digital I/O or jumper wires. Typical current requirement is about 80 mA @ 5 volts, allowing the EI-1040 to be powered from a +5V terminal on a LabJack.

 

RB16 Relay Board U12

The RB16 provides a versatile method for electricians, engineers, and other qualified individuals, to interface a LabJack U12 with high voltages/currents. The included DB25 cable connects the RB16 to a LabJack U12. The RB16 has sockets for mounting up to 16 industry standard mini I/O modules (not included). The user can also install a resistor to bypass each socket and pass through the standard digital I/O line. For the LabJack U12 only.

 

RB12 Relay Board U3 and UE9

The RB12 provides a convenient interface for the U3/UE9 to industry standard digital I/O modules, allowing electricians, engineers, and other qualified individuals, to interface a LabJack with high voltages/currents. The RB12 relay board connects to the DB15 connector on the LabJack, using the 12 EIO/CIO lines to control up to 12 I/O modules. Output or input types of digital I/O modules can be used. The RB12 is designed to accept G4 series digital I/O modules from Opto22, and compatible modules from other manufacturers such as the G5 series from Grayhill. Output modules are available with voltage ratings up to 200 VDC or 280 VAC, and current ratings up to 3.5 amps. Opto22 modules are available from opto22.com, alliedelec.com, and newark.com. Grayhill modules are available from digikey.com. The RB12 does not require a cable or power supply, and does not ship with a cable or power supply. No modules are included. Includes screwdriver. Not compatible with the U12


   
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