Choosing the Right FPGA Hardware

Publish Date: Jan 31, 2017 | 1 Ratings | 4.00 out of 5 | Print

Table of Contents

  1. Monitoring and Control
  2. Test and Measurement
  3. Machine Vision and Image Acquisition
NI offers a variety of hardware platforms that give you the power of LabVIEW programmable FPGAs alongside modular I/O and real-time processing. Visit the sections below to determine which platform aligns best with your next test, monitoring, or control application.



1. Monitoring and Control

NI CompactRIO

CompactRIO systems offer embedded processing, hot-swappable industrial I/O modules, and reconfigurable field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) in rugged, compact packaging.

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NI Single-Board RIO

The NI Single-Board RIO platform is ideal for OEM applications, combining a real-time processor, reconfigurable FPGA, and analog and digital I/O on an embedded board.

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Expansion I/O

Use reconfigurable I/O (RIO) expansion chassis to add modular, industrial I/O, and a user-programmable FPGA to any system.

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NI R Series Multifunction RIO

These plug-in boards incorporate a LabVIEW programmable FPGA and multifunction I/O to achieve a PC or PXI-based solution for monitoring and control.

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NI FlexRIO

With NI FlexRIO modules, create flexible, customizable, FPGA-based I/O for embedded monitoring and control applications in PXI and PXI Express.

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2. Test and Measurement

NI FlexRIO

With NI FlexRIO modules, you can create flexible, customizable, FPGA-based I/O for dynamic test and measurement applications in PXI and PXI Express.

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RF Instruments

Take advantage of user-programmable FPGAs on PXI-Express plug-in boards to perform optimized digital signal processing (DSP) on intermediate frequency (IF) signals.

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NI R Series Multifunction RIO

These plug-in boards incorporate a LabVIEW programmable FPGA and multifunction I/O to achieve a PC- or PXI-based solution for data acquisition and test.

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3. Machine Vision and Image Acquisition

Embedded Vision Systems

These systems combine industrial camera connectivity with the high performance and flexibility of a multicore PC.

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Frame Grabbers

Acquire images and perform inline image processing with onboard FPGAs.

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