PCI and PCI Express

The PCI Express bus offers up to 16 independent data lanes with rates up to 250 MB/s/lane, making it ideal for high-speed data acquisition devices. The PCI bus, found in older computers, offers up to 132 MB/s data streaming.

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    Allows connectivity to numerous camera buses, including IEEE 1394, GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, and Camera Link, with inline FPGA processing capabilities.

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    • Bus: PCI Express
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    Converts PCs into a CANopen master, which can then connect to and communicate with a third-party CANopen network.

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    • Bus: PCI
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    Enables PCs to connect to and communicate as a FOUNDATION Fieldbus Link Master or Basic Device with a third-party FOUNDATION Fieldbus Network.

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    • Bus: USB
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    Provides combinations of analog I/O, digital I/O, and counter/timer functionality in a single device for computer-based systems.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express, USB
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    Provides support for PCs to connect to and communicate on a Local Interconnect Network (LIN) bus.

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    • Bus: PCI, USB
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    Allows connectivity to numerous camera buses, including IEEE 1394, GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, and Camera Link.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express
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    Converts PCs into a PROFIBUS master or slave, which can then connect to and communicate with a third-party PROFIBUS network.

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    • Bus: PCI
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    Generates standard and user‐defined arbitrary waveforms.

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    • Bus: PCI
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    Provides digital input and output capabilities for computer-based systems.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express, USB
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    Configures digital lines as inputs, outputs, counters/timers, or custom communication protocols using FPGA-based logic.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express
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    Performs counter timer tasks such as encoder position measurement, event counting, period measurement, pulse measurement and generation, and frequency measurement in desktop systems.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express
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    Acquires and analyzes time‐ and frequency-domain analog waveforms.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express, USB
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    Performs voltage, current, resistance, temperature, and frequency/period measurements, as well as diode tests, as a part of PC-based systems.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express, USB
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    Controls I/O signals and provides a user-programmable FPGA for onboard signal processing and flexible system timing and synchronization.

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    • Bus: PCI Express, USB
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    Generates and analyzes static and dynamic digital waveforms that interface to digital electronics using single‐ended and differential voltage levels.

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    • Bus: PCI
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    Enables PCs to connect to and communicate on a Controller Area Network (CAN) bus.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: PCI, USB
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    Provides static or dynamic multichannel analog output signals.
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    Provides dynamic signal generation and acquisition in sound and vibration applications for computer-based systems.

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    • Bus: PCI, USB
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    Takes temperature measurements from several types of thermocouples in a small, portable form factor.

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    • Bus: USB
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    Combines A/D converter technologies with Xilinx FPGAs for PCI applications that demand real-time signal processing and high-performance analog input.

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    • Bus: PCI Express
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    Enables you to communicate with and control external serial hardware using asynchronous serial interfaces that support a variety of protocols.

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    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express, USB
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    Integrates an instrument into your system using a GPIB interface.

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    • Bus: Ethernet, ExpressCard, GPIB Device, PC/104, PCI, PCI Express, PMC, USB
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    Controls PXI or PXI Express systems over a MXI interface from a rack-mount form factor.
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    Provides a hardware-selectable controller area network (CAN) and/or local interconnect network (LIN) interface for developing applications with the NI-XNET driver.

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    • Bus: PCI Express
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    Converts PCs into a DeviceNet master or slave, which can then connect to and communicate with a third-party DeviceNet network.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: PCI
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    Enables PCs to connect to and communicate on a FlexRay bus.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: PCI