I'm trying to use an accelerometer to take measurements. I have it physically wired to my computer's DAQ board (a NI 6025E). According to the manual, pin 1 is ground and pin 3 is analog input 0. Therefore, this is where I have the output from my accelerometer going. I checked the signal at those pins using an oscilloscope and confirmed that there is the correct signal at that location in the circuit. I'm trying to use one of the example Lab View files to view the data from the DAQ board. However, according to the graph in Lab view, the waveform just grows and eventually saturates. At that point, all the DAQ reads is a flat 10V. I know, however, that this is incorrect because the signal from the accelerometer is between 0 and 5 volts. I suspect that either Labview or the DAQ are not "seeing" ground correctly. Does any one have any suggestions on what might be wrong? Thanks.