Data acquisition is the process of converting measurements, such as temperature, pressure, relative humidity, light, resistance, current, power, speed and vibration, into digital numeric values that can be manipulated by a computer. During data acquisition physical measurements are converted into a voltage that is in turn transformed into a binary number by a digital-to-analog converter.
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