The LJTick-Resistance (LJTR) makes it easy for LabJack devices to measure resistive sensors. This tick gives users a regulated 2.5V signal that can be used as a excitation voltage and a known resistance value (1k, 10k, 100k, or 1M) to ground that forms a voltage divider with the unknown resistor. Measuring the voltage output of the voltage divider allows the calculation of the unknown resistance value.
The LJTR connects to an analog input block on a U3, U6, UE9, or T-series LabJack DAQ device. Thus it uses 2 analog inputs and measures 2 resistances.