The NI 9862 is a 1-port, high-speed controller area network (CAN) NI CompactDAQ and NI CompactRIO interface for developing CAN applications in NI LabVIEW, NI LabWindows/CVI, and ANSI C/C++. As part of the NI-XNET platform, the NI 9862 works well for applications requiring high-speed manipulation of hundreds of CAN frames and signals. You can perform this manipulation while taking other data acquisition measurements in the same NI CompactDAQ hardware platform or while performing low-level FPGA control and embedded monitoring in the same NI CompactRIO chassis.
The NI 9862 and the NI-XNET family of products are ideal for standardizing on CAN communication. By using the same software API for programming networks on PXI, PCI, NI CompactDAQ, and NI CompactRIO, development time is significantly reduced through maximum code reuse. Real-time testing applications like hardware-in-the-loop testing and simulation are also ideal for the NI 9862 because it is part of the NI-XNET family of products and has native functionality in NI VeriStand.
NI-XNET: One API, Many Embedded Networks and Form Factors The NI-XNET platform combines a series of high-performance CAN, LIN, and FlexRay interfaces with the NI-XNET API, a common set of easy-to-use functions for reading and writing CAN, LIN, and FlexRay frames and signals in many different platforms including PXI, PCI, NI CompactDAQ, and NI CompactRIO.
Top Performance With Less Programming NI-XNET interfaces bring together the performance associated with low-level microcontroller programming and the speed and power of Windows and LabVIEW Real-Time OS development. The patent-pending NI-XNET device-driven DMA engine reduces system latency, a common pain point for PC-based CAN interfaces, from milliseconds to microseconds. The engine enables the onboard processor to move CAN frames and signals between the interface and the user program without CPU interrupts, freeing host processor time for processing complex models and applications.
Click on the first link in the 'Resources' tab for more information and a direct download link to the NI-XNET driver software.
Carrier Support For the NI CompactDAQ platform, the NI 9862 works with NI cDAQ-9171, cDAQ-9174, cDAQ-9178, cDAQ-9181, cDAQ-9184, cDAQ-9188, and cDAQ-9191 chassis.
For the NI CompactRIO platform, the NI 9862 is supported in the cRIO-911x reconfigurable chassis using a cRIO-901x or cRIO-902x controller, or in a cRIO-908x integrated chassis.
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Create a complete system with the NI 9862 and its accessories. However, the NI 9862 is compatible with multiple C Series Platforms, NI CompactDAQ and CompactRIO. Please review the comparison information below and select a platform to begin configuring your system.
Laboratory - 30 g shock and 0.3 grms operational vibration
Field Work - 50 g shock (Class I, Div 2 for Hazardous Locations)
Since your device does not have direct signal connectivity, you need a connector block to act as an interface between your sensors/signals and your device. A connector block provides easy access to the inputs and outputs of your hardware.
You need a cable to transmit signals between your device and your signal connections on your connector block.
The chassis provides rugged, modular housing for your controller (if using CompactRIO) and C Series modules. A high-performance backplane in the chassis contains the system's data, timing, and triggering buses.
The controller runs your application and interfaces with your C Series modules. If you are using the NI CompactDAQ platform, then a Personal Computer (PC) will act as the controller of your system. However, if the CompactRIO platform is used then an embedded real-time controller will be used instead.
You need software to interface with your hardware and to collect, analyze, present, and store your measurements. This device is compatible with a different programming languages depending on the platform used. If you are using the NI CompactDAQ platform then this device is compatible with LabVIEW, C/C++, Visual Basic, and .NET. However, if the CompactRIO platform is used then this device requires the LabVIEW FPGA Module (sold separately), the LabVIEW Real-Time Module (sold separately) and NI-RIO driver software (included with the hardware).
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