Data Acquisition and Optimization Techniques for USW
Data acquisition (DAQ) is the key sequence in measurement of physical or an electrical phenomenon such as temperature, pressure, sound, voltage, or current using a computer. DAQ system (Fig. 5.1) comprises various sensors for appropriate applications, and the DAQ hardware is integrated with software to be viewed on computer. Compared to conventional measuring devices, computer-based DAQ devices employ the productivity, processing power, display, and connectivity abilities of industry standard computers offering more flexible, powerful, and inexpensive measurement solution.
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