This item has worked very good for me but I have up-graded to more sophisticated test equipment, it's good for personal development or students.
Here is a list of video tutorials: http://www.mefeedia.com/feeds/187376/ee-docIncluded
Two Differential Analog Input and Analog Output Channels (200 ks/s, 16
bit, +/- 10 Volts)
Access matched analog input and output channels in a +/- 10 volt range through
the screw terminal connectors or +/- 2 volt range through the 3.5mm audio jacks.
+5 , +15, and -15 Volt Power Supply Outputs (up to 500m Watts of Power)
USB powered for maximum mobility, myDAQ supplies enough power for simple
circuits and sensors.
Eight Digital Input and Digital Output Lines (3.3 Volt TTL-Compatible)
Use software-timed digital lines for interfacing both Low Voltage TTL (LVTTL)
and 5 volt TTL digital circuits. Each line is individually selectable for input
60 Volt Digital Multimeter (DMM) for Measuring Voltage, Current, and
The isolated DMM includes the capability to measure both AC and DC voltage and
current as well as resistance, diode voltage, and continuity.
Reusable Storage Box with Storage Tray, DMM Probes, and Audio Cable
Download the user guide for a more complete set of NI myDAQ features and
specifications.http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/373060a.pdfNI My-DAQ regular price $175 for students.
The box and storage tray provide convenient storage for your NI myDAQ and
included USB cable, DMM probes, audio cable, as well as your own components and
Protoboard regular price $49.95 for students.