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2.8 GHz Quad-Core 1U Rack-Mount Controller
- Intel Core i7-860 processor (2.8 GHz Base, 3.46 GHz SC Turbo frequency)
- For controlling PXI or PXI Express systems
- Supports various RAID configurations for high-speed data streaming or data redundancy
- Up to 4 x 500 GB removable SATA HDDs
- MXI-Express remote control kits not included
- 2 Gigabit Ethernet, 4 Hi-Speed USB, 2 PS/2 ports; 1 serial and 1 VGA port
Configure Complete PXI System
The NI RMC-8354 is a 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems. It features an Intel Core i7-860 quad-core processor with 2.8 GHz base clock frequency and 3.46 GHz single-core turbo frequency. The RMC-8354 offers up to 16 GB of DDR3 RAM, dual onboard Gigabit Ethernet, and up to 4 x 500 GB removable SATA II hard drives. It also supports redundant array of inexpensive disks (RAID) technology, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for either high-speed data streaming or for data redundancy.
Control of PXI or PXI Express Systems
The RMC-8354 features a x16 Gen 2 PCI Express expansion slot with theoretical maximum bandwidth of 8 GB/s. You can bundle this 19 in. rack-optimized server-class quad-core controller with a complete NI MXI-Express kit for remote control of a PXI or PXI Express system.
The MXI-Express remote control kits are not included with the RMC-8354 and need to be purchased separately.
Better Acoustic Performance
Rack-mount controllers from National Instruments are designed with powerful quad-core processors that typically have high heat dissipation. Using these processors in their specified operating environments requires the controller to provide sufficient air cooling.
The RMC-8354 features a new cooling design that the older-generation NI 8353 rack-mount controllers do not offer. This new design significantly reduces acoustic emissions, making it much quieter during operation than an NI 8353."
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