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You must connect the NI 9149 grounding terminal to the grounding electrode system of the facility. What to Use Ring lug Wire, 2.1 mm 2 ( 14 AWG ) or larger Screwdriver, Phillips #2 What to Do Complete ...

The following figure shows the reset behavior of the NI 9149 . Figure 2. Reset Button Behavior Press and hold RESET button for ≥ 5 s Press and hold RESET button for < 5 s Run Mode Safe Mode Press

Put the NI 9149 in safe mode by holding the RESET button down for 5 seconds. The STATUS LED starts blinking three times every few seconds. Set a new DHCP connection by holding the RESET button down for ...

Verify that the following items are included in the NI 9149 kit. Parent topic: Overview Parent topic: GSG Purpose (cRIO/sbRIO)

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This document lists the specifications for the NI 9149 . The following specifications are typical for the -40 °C to 70 °C operating temperature range unless otherwise noted. Caution Do not operate the ...

Add an exception for MAX to your network firewall or other security software by completing the following steps: On Windows 7, select Start » Control Panel » System and Security » Windows Firewall » Allow ...

The NI 9149 has the following connectors, LEDs, and buttons. Parent topic: Overview Parent topic: GSG Purpose (cRIO/sbRIO)

Complete the following steps to connect the NI 9149 to the host computer using the USB device port. Power on the host computer. Connect the NI 9149 to the host computer using the USB A-to-B cable. Caution ...

Ensure that the USB connections between the NI 9149 and the host computer and the Ethernet connections between the host computer and the router are secure. Configure the IP and other network settings by ...

Complete the following steps to install a C Series module. 2 2 3 1 Verify that power is not connected to the I/O connector(s) on the C Series module. If the system is in a nonhazardous location, the NI ...

Before using the NI 9149 , you must install the following application software and device drivers on the host computer in this order: LabVIEW 2014 SP1 or later LabVIEW FPGA Module 2014 SP1 or later NI-RIO ...

Some products are approved for marine (shipboard) applications. To verify marine approval certification for a product, visit ni.com/product-certifications , search by model number, and click the appropriate ...

When you power on the NI 9149 for the first time, the device boots into safe mode. The POWER LED illuminates, the STATUS LED illuminates briefly, and then the STATUS LED blinks twice every few seconds. ...

Notice To prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) from damaging the device, ground yourself using a grounding strap or by holding a grounded object, such as your computer chassis. Touch the antistatic package ...

Complete the following steps to find the system in MAX. Launch MAX on the host computer. Expand Remote Systems in the configuration tree and locate your system. Select your target. Tip MAX lists the system ...

The NI 9149 requires a 9 V to 30 V external power supply. The NI 9149 filters and regulates the supplied power and provides power for the C Series modules. The NI 9149 has one layer of reverse-voltage ...

This product was tested and complies with the regulatory requirements and limits for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) stated in the product specifications. These requirements and limits provide reasonable ...

Complete the following steps to install software on the NI 9149 . In MAX, expand your system under Remote Systems. Right-click Software . Select Add/Remove Software to launch the LabVIEW Real-Time Software ...

Ensure that the environment in which you are using the NI 9149 meets the following specifications. Operating temperature (IEC 60068-2-1, IEC 60068-2-2) -40 °C to 70 °C Operating humidity (IEC 60068-2-78) ...

Verify that power is not connected to the I/O connector(s) on the C Series module before you remove a module from the NI 9149 . If the system is in a nonhazardous location, the NI 9149 can be powered on ...

The NI 9149 is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 hazardous locations; Class I, Zone 2 , AEx nA IIC T4 Gc and Ex nA IIC T4 Gc hazardous locations; and nonhazardous

Caution Observe all instructions and cautions in the user documentation. Using the model in a manner not specified can damage the model and compromise the built-in safety protection. Return damaged models ...

Complete the following steps to set a system password. Note The default username for the NI 9149 is admin . There is no default password for the NI 9149 , so you must leave the password field blank when ...

The NI 9149 has been evaluated as Ex nA IIC T4 Gc equipment under DEMKO 12 ATEX 1202658X and is IECEx UL 14.0089X certified. Each device is marked II 3G and is suitable for use in Zone 2 hazardous locations, ...

The following table describes the STATUS LED indicators. Table 3. STATUS LED Indicators LED Pattern Indication Blinks twice and pauses The NI 9149 is in safe mode. Software is not installed, which is the ...

Visit ni.com/support to find support resources including documentation, downloads, and troubleshooting and application development self-help such as tutorials and examples. Visit ni.com/services to learn ...

To obtain the maximum allowable ambient temperature of 70 °C , you must mount the NI 9149 horizontally on a flat, metallic, vertical surface such as a panel or wall. You can mount the NI 9149 directly ...

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