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Updated Dec 13, 2023

## Reported In

### Hardware

• Multifunction I/O Device

## Issue Details

I am looking for a DAQ board with a certain maximum range. I understand that many boards have a maximum analog input voltage range of ±10 V, but are there other maximum voltage ranges available?

## Solution

The maximum voltage ranges of NI's Multifunction DAQ boards are as follows:
• NI 63xx X Series: ± 10 V (all).
• NI 62xx M Series: ± 10 V (all).
• NI 60xxE E Series: ± 10 V (all).
• B Series: ± 20 V1 (USB-6008, 6009), ± 10 V (6000, 6001, 6002, 6013, 6014), ± 5 V (6010).
• S Series: ± 42 V (6110/61112, 6115/61203), ± 10 V (6122, 6123, 6124, 6132, 6133, 6154), ± 5 V (6143).
1 For the USB-6008/6009, ±20 V means that |(AI+) – (AI–)| ≤ 20 V. However, AI+ and AI– must both be within ±10 V of GND. Thus, this range is only valid for differential mode. For single-ended measurements, ±10 V is the maximum input voltage range.
2 For the PCI-6110/6111, ±42 V means that |(AI+) – (AI–)| ≤ 42 V. However,  AI– must be within ±11 V of GND.
3 For the PCI-6115/6120, ±42 V means that |(AI+) – (AI–)| ≤ 42 V. However,  AI– must be within ±2.5 V of GND.