NI Intros Six New PXI Products

National Instruments has introduced six new PXI products including a real-time embedded controller, PXI Express system expansion modules and high-speed data storage products for streaming data to and from disk.
The company announced an upgraded NI redundant array of independent drives (RAID) products for high-speed record and playback, RF test and high-channel-count data acquisition, including the new 24 TB option for the NI HDD-8265 high-speed data storage enclosure. With these new options, engineers can now stream 100 MHz of real-time bandwidth for more than 13 hours continuously.
For advanced parallel signal intelligence (SIGINT) and communication intelligence (COMMINT) applications, engineers can combine four NI HDD-8265 modules in a single PXI Express chassis to achieve up to 2.8 GB per second of streaming data to and from disk. Other new NI RAID options include 3TB HDD and 1TB SSD versions of the NI 8260 in-chassis RAID module.
The new high-value NI PXIe-8100 RT embedded controller incorporates the Intel Atom D410 processor and is designed specifically for deploying embedded real-time measurement and control applications. By using the new controller with NI LabVIEW system design software, engineers can gain efficiency in a variety of test, measurement and control applications.
The NI PXIe-8364/74 are the first NI PXI Express remote control modules that make it possible for engineers to interface multiple PXI Express chassis directly to a single host computer using any expansion topology, without requiring complex custom solutions.
The modules’ simplified interconnectivity and industry-standard PXI-based architecture increase system design efficiency and overall system performance in a variety of high-channel-count data acquisition and high-speed automated test applications including RF and semiconductor test.

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Updated Date: Feb 02, 2017 23:19:51 IST