National Instruments Corporation Spare/Replacement Removable Hard Drive Shuttle for NI PXIe-8135
- 2.3 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7-3610QE processor (3.3 GHz maximum in single-core, Turbo Boost mode)
- Front panel accessible hard drive carrier for removable storage options
- High-bandwidth PXI Express controller with up to 8 GB/s system, 4 GB/s slot bandwidth per direction
- 4 GB (1 x 4 GB DIMM) single-channel 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM standard, 8 GB maximum
- 2 SuperSpeed USB, 4 Hi-Speed USB, 2 Gigabit Ethernet, GPIB, serial, and other peripherals
- Full configurations available through ni.com/advisor
- Configure Complete PXI System
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The NI USB-7846R multifunction reconfigurable I/O (RIO) device features a user-programmable FPGA chip for onboard processing and flexible I/O operation. You configure all analog and digital functionality using NI LabVIEW graphical block diagrams and the LabVIEW FPGA Module. Your block diagram executes in the hardware, giving you direct, immediate control over all I/O signals to deliver high-performance capabilities such as the following:
-Complete control over the synchronization and timing of all signals and operations
-Custom onboard decision making that executes with hardware-timed speed and reliability
-Digital lines individually configurable as inputs, outputs, counter/timers, PWM, flexible encoder inputs, or specialized communication protocols
NI R Series multifunction RIO devices feature a dedicated analog-to-digital converter (ADC) per channel for independent timing and triggering. This offers specialized functionality such as multirate sampling and individual channel triggering, which are outside the capabilities of typical DAQ hardware. Common examples include custom discrete and analog control, sensor simulation, rapid prototyping, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) test, digital protocol emulation, and other applications that require precise timing and control.
This product requires the LabVIEW FPGA Module Version 2013 SP1 or later and NI-RIO Version 13.1 or later driver software.
Kintex-7 FPGAs are ideally suited for USB R Series devices. They offer the capacity and performance of previous-generation high-end FPGAs but at half the power. Because of this impressive reduction in power, USB R Series devices feature twice the digital signal processing (DSP) capability per device as the previous generation of NI R Series devices. With this increase in logic and DSP resources, you can implement more complex algorithms, through the more extensive use of signal processing and real-time analysis, and address the growing I/O data rates and complexity of todays applications. Note: To compile for Kintex-7 FPGAs, you must have a 64-bit OS or use the LabVIEW FPGA Compile Cloud Service.
The NI SHC68-C68-RDIO2 cable is designed and shielded specifically for the digital I/O connector (connector 0) on USB R Series devices to reduce crosstalk for improved signal integrity and noise rejection. The recommended terminal block for the digital connector is the NI SCB-68 HSDIO.
The NI SHC68-68-RMIO cable is designed and shielded specifically for the multifunction I/O connector (connector 1) of USB R Series devices. The recommended terminal block for the multifunction connector is the NI SCB-68A.