1Includes cDAQ-9178, cDAQ-9174, cDAQ-9171, cDAQ-9188, cDAQ-9188XT, cDAQ-9184, cDAQ-9181, cDAQ-9191, cDAQ-9132, cDAQ-9133, cDAQ-9134, cDAQ-9135, cDAQ-9138, cDAQ-9139
For specific driver information on NI-DAQmx, see C Series Support in NI-DAQmx.
For driver information on the entire C Series family, including reconfigurable I/O (RIO) hardware, see Software Support for CompactRIO, CompactDAQ, Single-Board RIO, R Series, and FlexRIO Devices.
For information on C Series compatibility with the NI 9151 R Series expansion chassis, refer to AE KB 4IKH40N0: Does the NI 9151 Affect the Performance of My C Series Modules?
2 Modules designed for sound and vibration signals use an onboard, high-speed timing source. Accessing one of these modules using the Scan Mode Interface for CompactRIO severely limits the frequency input range and may cause higher frequency signals to alias. The LabVIEW FPGA Module is recommended for sound and vibration measurement with CompactRIO.
3 The NI 9881 CANopen module requires the LabVIEW FPGA Module to compile for a specific chassis, but the CANopen API is accessed from the real-time program on the host controller. For information about supported hardware and compatibility with NI-RIO, refer to the NI-Industrial Communications for CANopen readme file.
4Check the latest NI 9144 User Guide and Specifications Manual for a list of supported modules with no configurable options.
5The NI 9882 DeviceNet module requires the LabVIEW FPGA Module to compile and does not support all controllers and chassis. For information about supported hardware and compatibility with NI-RIO, refer to the NI-Industrial Communications for DeviceNet readme file.
3. CompactDAQ and CompactRIO Advisors