Part 9 in our National Instruments SCXI blog series will describe the different types of DIN-Rail Mountable Terminal Blocks and SCXI Cable Assemblies. DIN-Rail Mountable Terminal Blocks have features like shielded, low-noise cabling and easily accessible screw terminals for field wiring.
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This is part 8 in our ongoing blog series about the National Instruments SCXI platform. Part 8 will describe the rack-mountable SCXI Terminal Blocks. If you missed the previous blog posts, you can view them on our blog!
This is part 7 in our blog series about the National Instruments SCXI platform! Part 7 will discuss the remaining front-mounting SCXI terminal blocks not previously discussed in part 6. If you are new to our blog, you can read the previous 6 blog posts about NI SCXI before continuing!
Welcome to part 6 in our ongoing series about the National Instruments SCXI platform! This blog post will describe several different SCXI terminal blocks.
This is part 5 in our ongoing series about the National Instruments SCXI platform. Part 5 will discuss the different types of SCXI Chassis.
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This is the fourth part in our series about the National Instruments SCXI Series. This blog post will describe another type of SCXI switch module.
This is the third part in our series about the National Instruments SCXI Series. There are several types of switches in the SCXI series. The first type is the Multiplexer/Matrix Switch Module. One of these Multiplexer/Matrix Modules is the SCXI-1127 (electromechanical relay). Another example is the SCXI-1128 (solid-state relay). Both are devices that function as multiplexer or matrix modules. As a multiplexer, they can operate in different multiplexing modes, such as 1-wire for resistive measurements including RTDs and low-resistance measurements. With the SCXI-1332 front-mounting terminal block, the SCXI-1127 and SCXI-1128 become a 4×8 2-wire matrix. Expanding the multiplexer or matrix channel count is as easy as adding additional modules.