NI sbRIO-9631 Embedded Device with AI, AO, DIO, 1M Gate FPGA

  • 266 MHz processor, 128 MB nonvolatile storage, 64 MB DRAM for deterministic control and analysis
  • Integrated 1M gate reconfigurable I/O (RIO) FPGA for custom timing, inline processing, and control
  • 110 3.3 V (TTL/5 V tolerant) DIO lines, 32 16-bit analog inputs, four 16-bit analog outputs
  • 10/100BASE-T Ethernet port and RS232 serial port, 19 to 30 VDC supply input
  • -20 to 55 °C operating temperature range
  • OEM quantities only; contact NI for pricing
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The NI sbRIO-9631 embedded control and acquisition device integrates a real-time processor, a user-reconfigurable field-programmable gate array (FPGA), and I/O on a single printed circuit board (PCB). It features a 266 MHz industrial processor, a 1M gate Xilinx Spartan FPGA, 110 3.3 V (5 V tolerant/TTL compatible) digital I/O lines, 32 single-ended/16 differential 16-bit analog input channels at 250 kS/s, and four 16-bit analog output channels at 100 kS/s. It also has three connectors for expansion I/O using board-level NI C Series I/O modules. The sbRIO-9631 offers a -20 to 55 °C operating temperature range along with a 19 to 30 VDC power supply input range. It provides 64 MB of DRAM for embedded operation and 128 MB of nonvolatile memory for storing programs and data logging.

This device features a built-in 10/100 Mbits/s Ethernet port you can use to conduct programmatic communication over the network and host built-in Web (HTTP) and file (FTP) servers. You can use the RS232 serial port to control peripheral devices.

The sbRIO-9631 is designed to be easily embedded in high-volume applications that require flexibility, reliability, and high performance. NI Single-Board RIO is sold only in OEM quantities. NI CompactRIO systems are ideal for low- to medium-volume applications and rapid prototyping.

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This product is available in OEM quantities only. For more information about pricing, please contact your local NI representative.