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What is USB?

USB (Universal Serial Bus) allows the connection of up to 127 devices to a computer. All computers sold today come with at least one USB port. USB is designed to be easy to use.

Hardware with Analog Outputs

LabJack U3 USB Digital and Analog Input Output Device
LabJack U6 USB Digital and Analog Input Output Device
LabJack UE9 USB Ethernet Digital and Analog Input Output Device
LabJack T7 USB Ethernet Wireless 802.11b/g WiFi Digital and Analog Input Output Device
LabJack U12 USB Digital and Analog Input Output Device

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Can more than 1 LabJack DAQ devices (e.g., U3) be plugged into 1 PC and be accessible with the interface library?  Let's say my PC has 6 USB ports.  Can I have 6 U3's plugged in and working simultaneously?

Yes, you can have multiple LabJacks connected.  As many as each USB host will support, which is hundreds.  See mention of how to talk to them towards the end of Section 4.3.1 of the U3 User's Guide.

What versions of USB are supported?  What limitation might there be if USB-1.0 or USB-1.1 were to be used instead of USB-2.0?