What is the analog input of the NI PCI-6229 impedance?

I am trying to determine the effect of a 12 K resistor that is in series with an analog input of an NI PCI-6229 data acquisition card.  Resistance of 12K seems to be part of a RC filter.  I have a 0-10 VDC source this supply circuit.  What is the impedance of the analog input of the NI PCI-6229 data acquisition card?  If it makes any difference, the analog input is connected in differential mode with a 180K resistor to Gnd AI.

Thank you

RWB

Hi, RWB,.

The input impedance is classified in the specifications 10 GOhm.  So, the effect of your k 12 resistance should be relatively low.  Take care!

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