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National Instruments Introduces NI Single-Board RIO Embedded Devices
With Multifunction I/O for Custom Application Development
With the new devices, engineers can achieve shorter time to market of an off-the-shelf system along with the I/O customization offered by in-house designs, providing the best of both worlds. The devices also feature built-in analog I/O so engineers can take advantage of the company's industry-leading analog expertise in addition to their application-specific circuitry. The devices' low cost, small form factor, built-in I/O, real-time processor and FPGA provide an ideal platform for embedded monitoring and control applications in industries such as medical and energy.
- NI sbRIO-9623: 256 MB of memory, 128 MB RAM, 16 channels 12-bit analog input, 4 channels 12-bit analog output, 4 DIO, 96 RMC DIO
- NI sbRIO-9626: 512 MB of memory, 256 MB RAM, 16 channels 16-bit analog input, 4 channels 16-bit analog output, 4 DIO, 96 RMC DIO
- NI sbRIO-9633: 256 MB of memory, 128 MB RAM, 16 channels 12-bit analog input, 4 channels 12-bit analog output, 28 DIO
- NI sbRIO-9636: 512 MB of memory, 256 MB RAM, 16 channels 16-bit analog input, 4 channels 16-bit analog output, 28 DIO Learn more by viewing these additional resources
- See What's New With NI Single-Board RIO: http://www.ni.com/...
- Video "NI Single-Board RIO Out of the Box": http://zone.ni.com/...
About NI RIO
NI reconfigurable I/O (RIO) hardware combined with NI LabVIEW system design software provides a commercial off-the-shelf solution to simplify development and shorten time to market when designing advanced control, monitoring and test systems. NI RIO hardware, which includes CompactRIO, NI Single-Board RIO, R Series boards and PXI-based FlexRIO, features an architecture with powerful floating-point processors, reconfigurable FPGAs and modular I/O. Engineers can program all NI RIO hardware components with NI LabVIEW to rapidly create custom timing, signal processing and control for I/O without requiring expertise in low-level hardware description languages or board-level design.
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