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Ni first released Ni compactrio with multi-core Intel i7 processor and the smallest single board Rio device

China industrial control industrial control information Ni first released Ni compactrio with multi-core Intel i7 processor and the smallest single board Rio device

in August 2011, National Instruments (Ni) announced to expand its growing Ni reconfigurable I/O (Rio) platform, Release the first multi-core Ni compactrio system with the highest performance and the smallest Ni single card Rio device. The newly released Ni cRIO 908X system is equipped with Intel Core i7 dual core processor, which enhances the data processing capacity. Xilinx Spartan - 6 field programmable gate array (FPGA) and optional Windows Embedded standard 7 (wes7) operating system configuration can be used for monitoring and control applications that need to take into account the advantages and reliability of compactrio. In terms of high-capacity and OEM applications, the minimum size of the newly released Ni sbrio-9605/06 is 102.87x96.5. Sometimes it also adopts cast structural steel, cast aluminum and other 2mm. Compared with the previous version, it provides more customization and I/O support

ni crio-908x system is equipped with Intel Core i7 dual core 1.33 GHz processor and Xilinx spartan-6 LX150 FPGA. It has the highest processing capacity in the whole series of compactrio products, and can perform complex signal processing and control tasks. It is an ideal choice for rapid control prototype, advanced motion control and machine vision applications

the controller can be configured as wes7 operating system, so that engineers can run a series of software based on Windows operating system and obtain the option of integrated display, or it can also be based on real-time operating system to obtain high reliability and certainty

the system provides many high-performance peripheral equipment connections, including two Gigabit Ethernet ports, MXI express ports, four USB interfaces, RS232 and RS485 serial ports, and a new CPU expansion module (CXM). CXM can help engineers add self blowing machines to compactrio under industry standard agreements. The new film blowing machines produced in the machinery manufacturing industry include sheet film blowing machine, PE foam film blowing machine, multilayer composite film blowing machine, color bar film blowing machine Connection and expansion of heat shrinkable film blowing machine, etc

by effectively combining the powerful Intel Core i7 processor with the efficient Ni compactrio and LabVIEW, we provide engineers with a high-performance solution that can quickly solve problems in advanced control and monitoring

Michelle Tinsley

General Manager of Intel embedded computer division

in the Ni Rio platform, the new Ni single board Rio is compact and low-cost, making it an ideal choice for embedded monitoring and control applications in energy and medical industries. The device has a 400 MHz processor and xilinxshortan - 6 FPGA. The positioning of high cost performance provides reliability and high performance for OEM applications

the resolution of the new Ni single Bo force value can almost reach 1/100000. Rio also provides built-in peripherals, such as RS232, can, USB and Ethernet. In addition, there are connectors with high density and high bandwidth, so that engineers can directly access FPGA and processor, and can further customize and add peripherals in the future

the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) of the United States directly cooperates with Ni to develop advanced power electronic inverter control hardware for renewable energy, electric vehicles and intelligent electrical systems based on reconfigurable FPGA technology. With these new Ni sbio devices with high bandwidth connectors and LabVIEW programming software, we can transform our simulations and advanced algorithms from prototypes to high-capacity deployment targets more quickly than in the past

Dr. bill Kramer

head of research and development of energy system integration technology at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the United States

as a part of graphical system design, Ni Rio technology combines LabVIEW system with commercial off the shelf hardware, simplifies the development process for the design of advanced control, monitoring and testing systems, and shortens the time of product launch

ni Rio hardware series, including compactrio, Ni single board Rio, R series boards and Ni flexrio, which can accurately and quantitatively change the impact speed and impact energy PXI under the condition of the same oscillographic impact tester and the same pendulum, has built a powerful floating-point processor, reconfigurable FPGA and modular i/o architecture

all Ni Rio hardware components are programmed through LabVIEW, so that engineers can quickly create customized timing, signal processing and i/o control without mastering low-end hardware description language or board level design expertise

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