The National Instruments NI-FBUS Configurator is a 32-bit Windows application that provides tools for complete configuration of FOUNDATION Fieldbus segments in online mode and offline mode. An easy-to-use multiwindow interface guides you through all aspects of Fieldbus configuration.
NI-FBUS Configurator requires an NI FBUS interface device for connection to the Fieldbus network. NI-FBUS Configurator has access to as many Fieldbus segments as needed because you can connect through one or more FBUS interface devices.
NI-FBUS Configurator automatically detects devices when they are connected to Fieldbus and appear online. You can automatically or manually configure device tags and addresses as required. With the DD and CFF files imported, the configurator can create and configure the virtual devices in offline interface without connecting to physical devices.
To purchase a FOUNDATION Fieldbus software and hardware discount bundle, visit the Fieldbus Starter Kits model page.
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