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National Instruments offers a wide range of technologies, ranging from simple devices collection and analysis of data and ending with specialized educational platform capable of prototyping of electronic devices for use in educational stands and workshops on various technical areas.

                                                                NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS READY LABS


Educational hardware (click on object):

The NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) modular platform delivers a hands-on lab experience for engineering curriculum.

12 Integrated Instruments in 1 Device: oscilliscope, digital multimeter, function generator, dynamic signal analyzer, and more.

Expand to different courses with ADD-ON-BOARDS.

NI ELVIS II boars 2

NI ELVIS II boars 3

NI ELVIS II boars 4

Learn more about NI ELVIS II Add-On Boards

NI myRIO is an embedded hardware device that introduces students to industry proven technology and allows them to design real, complex engineering systems.

NI myRIO is a hardware/software platform that gives students the ability to “do engineering” and design real systems. Complete with the latest Zynq integrated system-on-a-chip (SoC) technology from Xilinx, the NI myRIO boasts a dual-core ARM® Cortex™-A9 processor and an FPGA with 28,000 programmable logic cells, 10 analog inputs, 6 analog outputs, audio I/O channels, and up to 40 lines of digital input/output (DIO). Learn more>> myRIO hardware spcification.

Designed and priced for the academic user, NI myRIO also includes onboard WiFi, a three-axis accelerometer, and several programmable LEDs in a durable, enclosed form factor.

Learn more>> myRIO Sample Projects

A Mobile Robot Platform for Robotics Teaching and Research.

Learn more abour DaNI in NI.com>>

NI LabVIEW Robotics Starter Kit, DaNI 2.0 features upgrades over the initial version including a new omni wheel for improved steering, additional space for mounting sensors and other components, high-level API in NI LabVIEW system design software to improve ease-of- use when programming, and a higher performance Single-Board RIO that yields more memory and higher processing power.

If you have a fantasy you can create your own Customized DaNI.


• VirtualBench is the most essential instruments, combined into a single, compact device
• It includes a mixed-signal oscilloscope, function generator, DMM, programmable DC power supply, and digital I/O
• As a result, it takes up less space on a bench, is portable, and is simply more convenient by combining everything into one device
• In addition to using VirtualBench with the Windows and iPad applications, users can also program it with LabVIEW
• Today, most engineers using benchtop instruments don’t automate them because of the difficulty and time required to setup the instrument with  PC
• Since VirtualBench natively integrates with LabVIEW and is already connected to the PC, it makes it easier and now possible for engineers to automate simple tasks


NI USRP Teaching

When the USRP is connected to a host PC, it acts as a software-defined radio (SDR) with host-based digital signal processing capabilities. There are two independent transmit and receive signal chains which make them capable of performing full duplex applications.

NI USRP Bundle

With ready-to-use teaching solutions, the SDR platform supports RF and communications courses through hands-on laboratory learning with real-world signals. The combination of hardware and software offers flexibility and functionality to deliver a rapid prototyping platform for physical layer design, record and playback, signal intelligence, algorithm validation, and more.

Model Frequency


Frequency Accuracy
(No GPS Antenna)
Frequency Accuracy
(With  GPS Antenna)
NI USRP-2920

50 MHz – 2.2 GHz


± 2.5 ppm


NI USRP-2921

2.4 - 2.5 GHz and 4.9 - 5.9 GHz


± 2.5 ppm


NI USRP-2922

400 MHz – 4.4 GHz


± 2.5 ppm


NI USRP-2930

50 MHz – 2.2 GHz


± 25 ppb

± 0.5 ppb

NI USRP-2932

400 MHz – 4.4 GHz


± 25 ppb

± 0.5 ppb

Learn more >> abour USRP [PDF]

myDAQ is a small portable data acquisition system, which connects to your computer with a USB cable. It provides a portal into the analog or digital world of measurement and control. Build a favorite circuit on a breadboard and use the software instruments like the Digital Multimeter or oscilloscope to test and debug your circuit. myDAQ provides +15, -15 and +5 voltage sources to power your circuit. Design a LabVIEW program with LabVIEW Student Edition to help control your experiment. All you need is your interface circuit, a myDAQ, and a computer. If the computer is a laptop, then the whole test bed is portable.

NI myDAQ pack consists of:

  • NI ELVISmx & NI DAQmx 
  • LabVIEW Evaluation (30 day) 
  • Multisim Evaluation (30 day) 
  • Device
  • USB Cable
  • DMM Probes
  • Audio cable (3.5mm)
  • Screw terminal connector 
  • NI screwdriver



You Can Use These Labs

These labs have been designed to tickle your imagination and encourages users to be creative. At the same time the labs cover many of the features of myDAQ, NI ELVISmx software VIs and instruments.

Labs 1 & 2 demonstrates myDAQ software instruments for DC and AC measurements

Labs 3  & 4 introduces an IR rangefinder and a photogate sensor

Labs 5 & 6 feature the digital port (input, output or a mixture of inputs and outputs)

Lab 7, 8 feature signal analysis and use the iPod input and output ports

Lab 9 & 10 builds a Karaoke analog circuit and its virtual LabVIEW simulation

Were are quitre many Add-Ons for myDAQ:  Learn more about  V2Lab >>

EV V2Lab

myGrid for myDAQ

The myGrid interfaces with NI myDAQ to demonstrate energy monitoring, energy conservation, and the concept of the smart grid. The system includes a traditional power source through a motor representing fossil fuels and a renewable power source using a solar panel.   

Learn more about  myGrid >>