The adapter includes two connectors for Vernier analog sensors and one connector for Vernier digital sensors. A screw terminal and header pins provide access to myDAQ lines not used by the connectors. This includes the two analog output lines, three digital lines (including the digital lines with the frequency and pulse width modulation outputs), and a +5 volt power terminal.
The Vernier myDAQ Adapter board includes an optional external power port. This is designed to be used with Vernier’s LabQuest Power Supply (not included). You might consider using this external power supply if you want an easy way to provide more current to the +5 volt power terminal for building external circuits or to power a servo motor, for example.
What is a NI myDAQ?
NI myDAQ is a low-cost data acquisition (DAQ) device that gives students the ability to measure and analyze live signals anywhere, anytime. NI myDAQ »
Getting Started with LabVIEW and myDAQ
We have created some simple LabVIEW examples to get you started programming your myDAQ with Vernier sensors. LabVIEW for myDAQ Adapter»
Vernier myDAQ Adapter connected to NI myDAQ interface