Controller – RevPI
Revolution Pi (referred to as RevPi) is a line of low-cost, modular and open-configuration industrial computers based on the popular Raspberry Pi platform. Housed in a slim DIN-rail enclosure, the three available base modules can be easily expanded with a variety of suitable I/O modules and industrial protocol converters. Modules are powered by 24V and are connected via a connector on the fly and can be easily configured via the graphical configuration tool.
Expansion Module – RevPi
The modular system allows for simple configuration of the Input and Output by simply connecting and changing modules.
Industrial Gateway – RevPi
KUNBUS Gateway enables seamless and reliable communication between different networks and systems. The KUNBUS Gateway converts all data that the destination network can transmit. It skips the data that cannot be transmitted and adds the necessary data in the new network. As a result, operators can transfer all the necessary data from one network to another.
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CompactDAQ systems provide a customizable solution for engineers to perform electrical and physical measurements either at their benchtop or in a distributed architecture.
CompactRIO systems provide real-time processing capabilities and sensor-specific conditioned I/O, which is ideal for stand-alone data logging, industrial monitoring, and control applications.
C Series Module
Modules connect to many sensors and buses and support measurements such as temperature, voltage, resistance, audio frequency, and more. Designed to be rugged and portable, use them in your data acquisition applications.
Multifunction I/O products combine common I/O, including analog input and output and counter/timer functionality, into a single form factor to help reduce complexity and meet multiple system requirements.
The chassis—the PXI system backbone—is comparable to a desktop PC’s mechanical enclosure and motherboard. It provides power, cooling, and a communication bus to the system, and supports multiple instrumentation modules within the same enclosure. PXI uses commercial PC-based PCI and PCI Express bus technology while combining rugged CompactPCI modular packaging, as well as key timing and synchronization features. Chassis range in size from four to 18 slots to fit the needs of any application, whether you require a portable, benchtop, rack-mount, or embedded system.
PXI controllers are either integrated or remote. Integrated controllers contain everything you need to run your PXI system without an external PC, while remote controllers let you control your PXI system from desktops, laptops, or server computers.
NI offers more than 600 PXI modules that acquire data, trigger and synchronize devices, generate and route signals, and make a variety of measurements ranging from DC to mmWave. Also, the PXI portfolio includes modular instruments—such as oscilloscopes and digital multimeters—that can replace traditional box instruments and with which you can integrate PXI switches in a variety of topologies. Because PXI is an open industry standard, nearly 1,500 products are available from more than 70 different instrument vendors.
The USRP Software Defined Radio Device is a reconfigurable RF device that includes a combination of host-based processors, FPGAs, and RF front ends. The USRP Software Defined Radio Device include options that range from lower cost options with fixed FPGA personalities to high-end radios with a large, open FPGAs and wide instantaneous bandwidth. These devices can be used for applications such as multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) and LTE/WiFi testbeds, SIGINT, and radar systems.