Noise USB 6211 problem

Hi, I use USB 6211 to measure pressures, but I got too much noise. Please see the attached figure. In order to test if it is the problem of the data acquisition card. I tried to record a 5 V DC from a power supply, and I had V - 2 noise without last coherent. Power supply has been confirmed without problem. I used the DIFF mode. Could someone help this out please? Thank you.


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