Introduced: The newly revised PlainDAQ, a straightforward, open-source DAQ module for the Raspberry Pi Pico.

The PlainDAQ is a simple, open-source DAQ module for the Raspberry Pi Pico. It is designed to be easy to use and easy to assemble.

Introduced The newly revised PlainDAQ, a straightforward, open-source DAQ module for the Raspberry Pi Pico.

The PlainDAQ is a simple, open-source DAQ module for the Raspberry Pi Pico. It is designed to be easy to use and easy to assemble. The module has been designed with simplicity in mind so that it can be used by anyone with basic electronics knowledge. The design of the board has been kept as simple as possible, while still providing all of the functionality needed for a typical data acquisition project.

To put it another way, PlainDAQ is a straightforward, practical utility for enhancing the Raspberry Pi Pico board's fundamental precision analog capability. It has a 12-bit, 500 kSPS, accuracy, low-noise, low-drift ADC sampling four channels and supporting three ranges (1V, 2V, and 4V). Additionally, it contains a 10-bit DAC with a single range of 4V that aids in producing analog outputs and waveforms.

PlainDAQ open-source DAQ module for the Raspberry Pi Pico

Industrial Applications - A wide range of industrial applications, such as remote data logging and control, can employ PlainDAQ. You may customize PlainDAQ as you wish with the aid of open-source Python scripts and firmware, and its Wi-Fi functionality facilitates a range of remote applications.

Applications in Education - PlainDAQ was created in part to aid in the understanding of difficult electronics problems. It can aid students and hobbyists in learning about the circuits they are creating because of its capacity to create and capture waveforms. PlainDAQ is the ideal complement to that first electronics lab because it is an economical piece of multifunctional lab equipment.

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