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NI USB-6501 Device Specifications
This document contains specifications for the USB-6501. These are typical at 25 °C, unless otherwise noted. All voltages are relative to COM unless otherwise noted.
Edition Date: June 2016

NI USB-6501 - Product Certification
Product Certification for NI USB-6501. This page lists all applicable certifications and standards, which includes the Declaration of Conformity and other safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and ...
Product Certifications: CE, FCC, C-Tick, MIC, RoHS

NI USB-6501 User Guide
The National Instruments USB-6501 is a Full Speed USB 2.0 device that provides 24 DIO channels and a 32-bit counter. This user guide describes how to use the device.
Edition Date: April 2015

NI USB-6501 - Datasheet
1/8 Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Technical Sales (866) 531-6285 Last Revised: 2014-11-06 07:14:35.0 NI USB-6501 Low-Cost USB Digital I/O Device Small, portable ...

Read Me First: Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility
This document contains safety instructions and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) information for the hardware it accompanies.
Edition Date: May 2013

NI USB-6501 Quick Start Guide
This document explains how to install the application and NI-DAQmx driver software, set up your NI USB-6501 bus-powered low-cost USB digital I/O device, confirm the system is operating properly, and take ...
Edition Date: February 2013

USB-6501 OEM - Dimensional Drawings
6 ratings:   3.66 out of 5      Rate this Document Dimensional Drawing for USB-6501 OEM Product Line:Data Acquisition Product Version/Revision Number(s): DISCLAIMER These models and associated materials ...

Ferrite Installation for USB Devices
This note to user describes how to install a ferrite onto interface cables to attain electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
Edition Date: July 2009

USB-6501 - Dimensional Drawings
7 ratings:   2.85 out of 5      Rate this Document Dimensional Drawing for USB-6501 Product Line:Data Acquisition Product Version/Revision Number(s): USB-6501 Digital I/O Device DISCLAIMER These models ...

NI USB-6501 OEM User Guide
USER GUIDE AND SPECIFICATIONS NI USB-6501 OEM This user guide describes how to use the National Instruments USB-6501 OEM data acquisition (DAQ) device. The NI USB-6501 OEM is a full-speed USB 2.0 device ...
Edition Date: October 2006

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