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4 Things to Consider When Using a DAQ as a Data Logger
How do you improve your test development cycle time? How do you choose the right DAQ components and setup to optimize your test time? How can you improve the accuracy of your test system? A data acquisition system could help you achieve all of these goals.
In this e-book, we will walk you through the components that make up a data acquisition system and some advantages and disadvantages of different component types and configurations. We also explain key considerations for cables and input connections that carry electrical signals from the sensor to the measurement system.
Lastly, we discuss the backend analog to digital conversion (ADC) choice of configurations and trade-offs and other considerations when using your DAQ as a data logger to minimize errors along the entire temperature measurement path. Learn how to choose the right setup to optimize your test time and improve the accuracy of your data acquisition test system with this data acquisition eBook!