Powered by National Instruments, the Vernier SensorDAQ is a multifunction, data-acquisition interface that can be used with over 50 Vernier sensors. USB connectivity, sensor auto-configuration, and a screw terminal connector are just the beginning for fast and easy setup of engineering projects.
Beaverton, OR – July 5, 2006 – Vernier Software & Technology, a producer of award-winning science and technology for science and math educators, and National Instruments (NI), a leader in virtual instrumentation, are collaborating to create a powerful, affordable data acquisition interface for use by high school engineering students. The Vernier SensorDAQ, scheduled for release in December 2006, is a USB interface that provides an extremely easy connection to over 50 Vernier sensors, as well as screw terminal connections for customized data acquisition and control projects. The Vernier SensorDAQ is an essential component for creating custom content for engineering education.