NI VeriStand Add-Ons Although NI VeriStand provides most of the general functionality required by a real-time testing application, NI has designed the environment so that you can customize and extend it when necessary to ensure it always meets your application requirements. On this site, see a collection of NI VeriStand add-ons gathered from internal National Instruments developers and the NI VeriStand community.

Featured NI VeriStand Add-Ons

INERTIA for Real-Time Test Cell Applications

The INERTIA add-on from Wineman Technology provides common features and tools required for real-time testing applications such as dynamometers servo-hydraulic testers.

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Scan Engine and EtherCAT Custom Device

The Scan Engine and EtherCAT custom device helps you easily read scanned I/O from C series modules located in an NI CompactRIO or NI 9144 EtherCAT chassis.

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