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NI's Compact RIO platform is great for projects that need essentially a small PXI. Combining a cRIO controller with the multitude of C Series. NI CompactRIO modules connect to many sensors or buses and provide analog and digital I/O, machine vision, and image processing, motion control, and. The core of what we're suggesting is using an NI CompactRIO (cRIO) with C Series modules for hardware, overlaid with custom software that.
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CompactRIO Systems - National Instruments
In addition to test, cRIO is well suited for applications such as embedded industrial control or condition monitoring, among others. This platform has many IO options, but RF is not one of them.
CompactRIO is ni compactrio suited for industrial applications where a PXI chassis may not be able to handle the environment or applications where space is at a premium like inside a ni compactrio enclosure.
Also, boost security and reliability with native support for Security-Enhanced Linux, which delivers mandatory access control through custom policy creation. Check out these cRIO case studies: Ni compactrio sometimes resulted in an equipment failure.
- Using an NI CompactRIO for Industrial Embedded Monitoring & Control applications
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CompactRIO real-time controllers include a microprocessor for implementing control algorithms, and support a wide range of clock frequencies.
There are multiple variants of the cRIO, with varying specs. See here for a white paper from NI: Of course, all of ni compactrio capability has to have software developed to work for your application as well as have the correct hardware selected.
Our theory at Viewpoint is that we can get ni compactrio up and running faster and cheaper developing software around off-the-shelf hardware than going the full custom approach. Chat with a cRIO expert.