National Instruments introduced four new extended operating temperature versions of the NI Single-Board RIO devices. The boards combine an onboard reconfigurable field-programmable gate array (FPGA), real-time processor, and analog and digital I/O on a single-board computer (SBC). They provide engineers and developers with low-cost embedded system development options. The four new NI sbRIO-9602XT, sbRIO-9612XT, sbRIO-9632XT, and sbRIO-9642XT devices are designed for board-level OEM applications requiring extended temperature operation, including industrial, robotics, transportation, aerospace, and military embedded systems.
The NI Single-Board RIO feature an operating temperature range of -40 to 85 degrees C. The NI sbRIO-9602XT, sbRIO-9612XT, sbRIO-9632XT, and sbRIO-9642XT devices include up to 32 single-ended/16 differential channels of analog input and up to four channels of analog output at 16-bit resolution, 110 lines of 3.3V/TTL digital I/O and up to 32 lines of 24 V digital input/output. In addition, all NI Single-Board RIO devices feature a 19 to 30 VDC power supply input, an Ethernet and RS232 serial port for communication, three expansion connectors for integrating additional NI C Series I/O and communication modules, and nonvolatile storage for data logging.
The new extended temperature range boards can be programmed using the NI LabVIEW graphical system design platform. LabVIEW tools ease the burden of board-level programming by including all of the middleware and drivers needed to easily interface with analog, digital and communication I/O; integrate web publishing and data-logging capabilities; and much more. Engineers and embedded developers can rapidly design, prototype and deploy the real-time and FPGA-based NI Single-Board RIO devices using thousands of built-in control and processing functions within LabVIEW FPGA and LabVIEW Real-Time modules for increased productivity and faster time to market.
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