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You can use the FieldDAQ device as expansion I/O from certain NI Linux Real-Time controllers. Discover and configure the NI Linux Real-Time controller in NI MAX, then discover and configure the FieldDAQ ...

You can use the FieldDAQ device as expansion I/O from certain NI Linux Real-Time controllers. Discover and configure the NI Linux Real-Time controller in NI MAX, then discover and configure the FieldDAQ ...

Use this branch for devices with minimum NI-DAQmx support <=18.0: FD-11603/11613/11637 The onboard 100 MHz oscillator automatically synchronizes to other network-synchronized devices that are part of your ...

Recommended networking topologies are described in this section. Host—Can be a Windows computer or a real-time controller with the NI Linux Real-Time operating system, such as the IC-317x, cRIO-9035/9039 ...

8-Channel Strain/Bridge Input Device for FieldDAQ Built-in signal conditioning and filtering for accurate strain and bridge measurements Rugged, water-resistant, and dust-proof design with shock and vibration ...

Front PanelPower IN ConnectorPower LEDEthernet Port 0 and LEDBank 1 Input Connectors 0 through 3 and LEDsBank 2 Input Connectors 0 through 3 and LEDsMounting HolesPower OUT ConnectorSTATUS LEDEthernet ...

This document includes compliance precautions and connection information for the FD-11637. Regulatory Icons Notice—Take precautions to avoid data loss, loss of signal integrity, degradation of performance, ...

Conditions Specifications are typical and valid from -40 °C to +85 °C unless otherwise noted. Input Characteristics Number of channels8 analog input channelsIsolation Galvanic isolation between channels ...

8-Channel Strain/Bridge Input Device for FieldDAQ Built-in signal conditioning and filtering for accurate strain and bridge measurements Rugged, water-resistant, and dust-proof design with shock and vibration ...

You can use time as a trigger for sync pulses on the FieldDAQ device. To use a sync pulse with a time source, specify a specific time in NI-DAQmx. Refer to the Time Triggering topic in the NI-DAQmx Help ...

The cDAQ-9185/9189 and FieldDAQ Firmware FOSS Notices (NI part number 377121x-01) document contains information about open source code use and software licenses for FieldDAQ firmware versions. To view ...

Unpacking What You Need to Get Started Wiring External Power to the FieldDAQ Device Setting up the FieldDAQ Device Connecting to a Real-Time Controller Troubleshooting Device Connectivity Reserving the ...

In a line topology—also known as daisy-chaining or bus topology—the host communicates directly with all nodes through one bus line. A standard Ethernet device or switch can be added to the end of the chain ...

If you need to clean your device, wipe it with a dry towel. M12 connectors must be mated to cables or have caps installed on them to meet IP requirements. Cover the unused connectors with the included ...

Conditions Specifications are typical and valid from -40 °C to +85 °C unless otherwise noted. Input Characteristics Number of channels8 analog input channelsIsolation Galvanic isolation between channels ...

Front PanelPower IN ConnectorPower LEDEthernet Port 0 and LEDBank 1 Input Connectors 0 through 3 and LEDsBank 2 Input Connectors 0 through 3 and LEDsMounting HolesPower OUT ConnectorSTATUS LEDEthernet ...

Use this topic version for devices supported in NI-DAQmx 18.1 or earlier. A sample consists of one reading from each channel in the AI task. Sample Clock signals the start of a sample of all analog input ...

Use the Start Trigger signal to begin a measurement acquisition. A measurement acquisition consists of one or more samples. If you do not use triggers, begin a measurement with a software command. Once ...

The following documents will help you overcome typical hurdles in getting started with synchronized measurements: Synchronizing analog input FieldDAQ devices with NI-DAQmx in LabVIEW—Visit ni.com/info ...

Never touch the exposed pins of connectors. To avoid ESD damage in handling the device, take the following precautions: Ground yourself with a grounding strap or by touching a grounded object. Touch the ...

You can use the FieldDAQ device in the following analog input applications: Finite acquisition Continuous acquisition The FieldDAQ device features the following timing and triggering signals: AI Sample ...

To reset your FieldDAQ device to factory-default settings, complete the following steps. Verify the power source is turned off. Connect Ethernet port 0 and port 1 with an Ethernet cable. Connecting Port ...

In a ring topology, the host communicates with all nodes through the most effective path. You must use an external switch in a ring topology. You must configure the network properly with a recommended ...

In a star topology, the host communicates directly with each node through the external switch. You must use an external switch in a star topology; for network synchronization, you must use an external ...

To find information about the pinout, signal descriptions, and LED indicators on your FieldDAQ device, refer to the Front Panel topic for your Model. Connecting Strain/Bridge Signals Connecting TEDS Sensors ...

You can program the FieldDAQ device to supply 3 V, 5 V, or 10 V of excitation voltage. 10 V excitation is only supported in full-bridge and half-bridge modes. In quarter-bridge mode, the FieldDAQ device ...

When the FieldDAQ device is connected to a network, multiple users can access the device. To perform any DAQ functionality on the device, including reset and self-test, you must reserve the device in MAX. ...

Complete the following steps. Install the application software (if applicable), as described in the installation instructions that accompany your software. Check your driver and application development ...

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