The LabVIEW Real-Time Module is a software add-on for LabVIEW that you can use to create and deploy real-time, distributed system applications for test, monitoring, and control. Take advantage of a Real-Time OS to ensure reliability and precise timing in your stand-alone system. Save valuable development time by selecting from hundreds of prewritten LabVIEW libraries and hardware APIs, which enable deterministic data acquisition.
Every purchase includes access to features that help you be successful with your software:
A single-seat license of the LabVIEW Real-Time Module can be associated with an individual or a specific computer ID.
The Volume License Program is designed for teams that need five or more licenses. It reduces the total cost of ownership by providing streamlined asset management to your organization.
You can purchase the LabVIEW Real-Time Module as part of the Embedded Control and Monitoring Software Suite, which features LabVIEW and recommended add-ons specifically for building embedded control and monitoring systems.
You can use the LabVIEW Real-Time Module with the hardware below.
CompactRIO systems provide high-performance processing capabilities, sensor-specific conditioned I/O, and a closely integrated software toolchain that make them ideal for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), monitoring, and control applications.
Embedded PXI Controllers provide a high-performance, deterministic, compact embedded computer solution to run your PXI system without an external PC.
Industrial controllers offer high levels of processing power and connectivity for automated image processing, data acquisition, and control applications in extreme environments.
The LabVIEW FPGA Module helps engineers and scientists develop, debug, and deploy custom FPGA code for NI hardware with user-programmable FPGAs.
The Embedded Control and Monitoring Software Suite is a collection of software and tools for industrial equipment or designing smart machines.
The HIL and Real-Time Test Software Suite is a collection of software for validating embedded software and running model-based physical tests.
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