T7 Series

T7 T7-Pro T7-OEM T7-Pro-OEM

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T7
399.00
T7-Pro
499.00
T7-OEM
329.00
T7-Pro-OEM
429.00

T7

USB or Ethernet multifunction DAQ device with 14 analog inputs (16- to 18- bit), 2 analog outputs (12-bit), 23 digital I/O, and up to 10 digital counters/timers.

$399.00
Quantity Discounts:
1 - 9 = $399.00 per unit
10 - 29 = $367.08 per unit
30 - 99 = $335.16 per unit
100 - 499 = $303.24 per unit
500+ = $271.32 per unit
Stock Status: 
In Stock

Multifunction DAQ with WiFi, Ethernet, and USB

Choose the T7 series for ultimate flexibility. With 16 to 24-bit analog inputs, the option to use USB, Ethernet, or WiFi, and numerous built-in firmware features, the T7 Series can help you accomplish nearly any data acquisition need.

It's great for acquiring signals from virtually any kind sensor, and can serve that sensor data out through any of its 3 communication interfaces. With instrumentation amplified inputs, software selectable gain settings, dozens of digital I/O features, and a Modbus TCP front-end, the T7 Series is our most versatile multifunction DAQ platform. Common applications include laboratory research, industrial control and monitoring, and prototype development. Additionally, the T7 series devices are capable of stand-alone operation by running Lua Scripts.

Hardware Overview

Analog Input
  • 14 Analog Inputs built in (16-24 Bits Depending on Speed & Device Type)
  • Expand to 84 analog inputs with Mux80 add-on
  • T7: 16-bit high-speed ADC (up to 100k samples/s)
  • T7-Pro: 24-bit low-speed ADC (resolution as low as 1uV noise-free)
  • Software Configurable Resolution Settings
  • Single-Ended Inputs (14) or Differential Inputs (7)
  • Analog input ranges: ±10V, ±1V, ±0.1V and ±0.01V
  • All analog input features are software programmable by configuring the Analog Input Registers
  • High speed sampling configurable by using Stream Mode. Speeds up to 100kS/s
  • Low Latency Sampling and Control (less than 1ms) is made easy with Command-Response Modbus messages
  • Easy integration with sensors like thermocouples, load cells, bridges, and more ...
Analog Output
  • 2 analog outputs (12-bit, 0-5V)
  • Waveform generation via Stream Out
  • Integrated LJTick-DAC support for multiple +/-10V outputs
Digital I/O
  • 23 Digital I/O
  • Supports SPI, I2C, and more... (Master Only)
  • 5 PWM Outputs with individual phase control
  • 5 Pulse Outputs with configurable number, frequency, and width
  • 2 Frequency Inputs returning both frequency and period
  • 2 Pulse Width Inputs measuring time spent high and low as well as duty cycle
  • 2 Line-to-Line Inputs measuring the time between edges on 2 different lines
  • 4 High-Speed Counters
  • 6 Software Counters w/ debounce capabilities
  • 3 Pairs of Quadrature Inputs
  • Many of these DIO Extended Features share pins and cannot be used at the same time. See the DIO Extended Features section of the T7's datasheet
Fixed Current Outputs
  • 200 µA
  • 10 µA
Communication Options
  • USB
  • Ethernet
  • 802.11b/g WiFi (T7-Pro only)
Other Highlights
  • Capable of stand-alone operation by running Lua Scripts
  • Built-In CJC Temperature Sensor for easy thermocouple temperature readings
  • Watchdog system
  • Field Upgradable Firmware
  • Programmable Startup Defaults
  • Industrial temperature range (-40 to +85C)
  • For more information please visit the hardware overview section of the T7's datasheet
Further Reading

More technical specifications about the T7 can be found in Appendix A of the T7's Datasheet.

Product Variations

T7-Pro vs. T7

The T7-Pro has the following additional features:
  • 802.11b/g WiFi connectivity.
  • Low-Speed and High-Resolution (24-bit) sigma-delta ADC.
  • Battery Backed RTC for stand-alone data logging.
  • Factory Installed microSD card for stand-alone data logging.

OEM Versions

The T7 and T7-Pro come in standard and OEM versions. The OEM versions are intended to be embedded in another device. They are missing the enclosure and most connectors, as it is easier to install connectors than it is to remove them. LabJack can customize the boards to add or remove hardware before shipping, for an additional fee. More information on OEM versions can be found in the OEM Versions section of the T7 Datasheet.

Other Highlights

  • Each purchase includes lifetime support
  • Actively monitored and highly informative forums where users can share ideas, ask questions, and get answers from both peers and our technical support staff
  • Free applications to configure, test, and log data to file
  • Free examples: C/C++, C#, Delphi, Java, LabVIEW, MATLAB, Python, VB.NET and more...*
  • Modbus TCP – Use any platform that supports TCP/IP, no driver required
  • The free, cross-platform LabJack LJM Library – Extends/wraps the Modbus protocol for convenience
  • Expansion boards – Add ±10V DACs, 4-20 mA inputs, terminal boards, relay boards and more...
  • This all sounds like what I need, but why LabJack?

* Some examples are Windows only. Look at the LJM library examples page for details.

Package Contents

Package Contents (Non-OEM)

  • T7 (-Pro) unit itself in red enclosure
  • USB cable (6 ft / 1.8 m)
  • Ethernet Cable (6ft / 1.8m)
  • USB 5V power supply
  • Screwdriver
  • Antenna (T7-Pro only)
  • Other package details: No software CD included. Download the software from labjack.com.
  • Retail packing (Package) size: 10" x 7" x 3"
  • Retail packing (Package) wt: 1.2lb

Accessories

LabJack LJTick-VRef Voltage Reference Accessory Compatible with LabJack USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ Devices

The LJTick-VRef is a Voltage reference accessory that outputs a stable 2.5V or 4.096V signal. These ticks are commonly used as an excitation... more

Price:
$23.75
LabJack LJTick-VRef Voltage Reference Accessory Compatible with LabJack USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ Devices

The LJTick-VRef is a Voltage reference accessory that outputs a stable 2.5V or 4.096V signal. These ticks are commonly used as an excitation... more

Price:
$23.75
LabJack CB37 USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ Screw Terminal Accessory board

Provides convenient screw terminals for the DB37 connector on the LabJack U6, UE9, and T7. Includes a screwdriver. Compatible with LJTick... more

Price:
$39.00
LabJack CB15 USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ Screw Terminal Accessory board

Provides convenient screw terminals for the 12 digital I/O lines on the DB15 connector of compatible LabJack devices. Includes a screwdriver... more

Price:
$29.00
LabJack Mux80 USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ 80 Analog Input Expansion Board

Analog input expansion board that adds 80 analog input channels. It can be connected to a U6, UE9, or T7 directly through the DB37 connector... more

Price:
$149.00

Support Resources

Getting Started


T7/T7-Pro USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ Software and Driver

Install Software

1. Download and install the T7's installation package.

T7/T7-Pro USB, Ethernet, WiFi DAQ Device Connected via USB

Connect T7

2. Connect the T7 to the computer via USB.The T7's status LED should blink at power up and then stay solid on. If Windows asks about installing new hardware accept the defaults.

Kipling's Device Selection Tab

Run Kipling

3. Kipling is a free application installed by the T7's installation package. You should be able to find it in the Start Menu links.

LabJack Applications

Explore other LabJack Applications

Look at the other applications compatible with the T7 on the T7 Applications page.

LabJack Example Code

Look at the available example code

LabJack develops and maintains example code compatible with the T7. Look at the LJM Example Code and Wrappers page for more details.

Go to the T7's Quickstart page for more detailed instructions.

Installation Packages and Downloads

LJM Software Stack Installer (Software Section)

T7 and Digit Installation Packages

T7 USB, Ethernet, WiFi Data Acquisition and Control (DAQ) Device Image Digit Battery Powered Temperature, Light, and Humidity Datalogger
Software and driver installers for the T7 and Digit devices.

Firmware

Download the latest firmware here.

Datasheet and Application Notes

T7/T7-Pro USB, Ethernet, 802.11b/g WiFi DAQ Datasheet

T7 Datasheet

LabJack API Documentation

LJM Modbus Map

LJM Modbus Map - Use this tool to discover device features and while developing software to double check register types, names, and functionality.

Available Applications & Utilities

Applications - T7 Application Highlights

T7 Applications

T7

T7


Kipling: T7/T7-Pro compatable USB, Ethernet, WiFi Configuration & Control Application

Kipling

Kipling is an application that allows users to configure T7/T7-Pro devices, discover device features, write and upload Lua Scripts, and update their firmware.

LJLogM: T7/T7-Pro compatable USB, Ethernet, WiFi Data Logging Application

LJLogM

LJLogM is an application that allows data to be collected at variable rates from a T7/T7-Pro and saved to a .csv file. This logging program should be used when collecting data slower than 100Hz. Simple scaling equations can be used to apply mathematical filtering to the values before they are graphed & logged to a file.

LJStreamM: T7/T7-Pro compatable USB, Ethernet, WiFi Data Logging Application

LJStreamM

LJStreamM is an application that uses the T7/T7-Pro's streaming functionality to collect data at high rates to graph and save the data to a .csv file. This logging program should be used when collecting data faster than 100Hz. Simple scaling equations can be used to apply mathematical filtering to the values before they are graphed & logged to a file.

T7 microSD Card Utility: T7/T7-Pro compatible USB, Ethernet, WiFi microSD File Downloading Utility

T7 microSD Card Utility

The T7 microSD Card utility is an application that connects to T7/T7-Pro devices to allow files saved to installed microSD cards to be downloaded with out having to remove the microSD card from the device. This allows files that were created by Lua scripts to be downloaded.

Installation Instructions

Applications compatible with the T7 are installed by the LJM Library installer. Check the installer's download page for more details.

Modbus Client Applications Table

Modbus Client Applications

T7

T7


Clients... Windows Mac Linux

More information about Modbus as well as some getting started information can be found on the Modbus API Documentation page.

3rd Party Applications List

3rd Party Applications

Various software companies have created applications for LabJack hardware. Check with each application for specific device support.

Software Development Resources

LJM Driver API Highlights (Referenceable)

LJM Library

LJM Library

The LJM Library simplifies programmatic control of the T7. LJM is:

LabJack LJM Library API Documentation

LJM API Documentation


T7 Software Highlights (Referenceable)

T7/T7-Pro USB, Ethernet, 802.11b/g WiFi DAQ Datasheet

T7 Datasheet

LabJack API Documentation

LJM Modbus Map

LJM Modbus Map - Use this tool to discover device features and while developing software to double check register types, names, and functionality.

T7/T7-Pro Control via Modbus

Modbus TCP

Except for streaming, every feature of the T7 can be also accessed directly using Modbus TCP. A complete list of the available modbus registers is available on the Modbus Map page.

Example Code

LJM Example Code Table HTML (Referencable)

Example Code/Wrappers: LJM Library

T7 Digit

T7, Digit


Examples In... Windows Mac Linux
C/C++
LabVIEW
Python
Node.js
MATLAB
DAQFactory
Delphi
Java
.NET (C#, VB)
Processing
Visual Basic (VB6, VBA)
LabWindows/CVI
Agilent VEE

There are also direct Modbus TCP examples. Note that some features, such as streaming, are greatly simplified by the LJM library. A list of the available modbus registers that the T7 supports is available on the Modbus Map page.

Example code specifically tailored to the Digit-TL/Digit-TLH can be found in the appendix-b section of the Digit's datasheet.

Modbus TCP Example Code Table (Referencable)

Direct Modbus TCP Example Code

T7

T7


Libraries... Windows Mac Linux
LabVIEW
Node.js
Python
C/C++ (Streaming)

To use a 3rd party Modbus program, such as a Rockwell/Allen Bradley application, there is no download - simply follow the instructions on the Modbus Client Applications page.

More information about Modbus as well as some getting started information can be found on the Modbus API Documentation page. A list of the available modbus registers that the T7 supports is available on the Modbus Map page.

T7 Example Code Table

T7 On-Board Scripting Example Code

T7

T7


Examples In... Windows Mac Linux
Lua Scripting

More information about writing Lua Scripts for the T7 can be found in the scripting section of the T7 Datasheet.