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National Instruments cDAQ-9188 CompactDAQ Chassis

The cDAQ-9188 (Part Numbers: 781424-01 and 782824-01) CompactDAQ Chassis allows the user to utilize DAC to produce a waveform, so they may see glitches on the output signal. These glitches are ordinary; glitches will be produced from discharged rates, when a DAC changes starting with one voltage then onto the next. The biggest glitches happen when the most noteworthy piece of the DAC code changes. The user can construct a low-pass deglitching channel to evacuate a portion of these glitches, contingent upon the frequency and nature of the output signal. Each of the DIO lines can be used as either a static DI or DO line. The user can utilize static DIO lines to screen or control advanced signals on some C Series modules. Each DIO line can be exclusively designed to advanced information (DI) or computerized yield (DO), if the C Series module being utilized permits such a setup. The user can gain advanced waveforms utilizing either parallel or serial computerized modules. The DI waveform securing FIFO stores the computerized tests. The NI cDAQ-9188 suspension tests the DIO lines on each rising or falling edge of the DI Sample Clock flag.

The user can utilize the DI Sample Clock (di/SampleClock) signal to test computerized I/O on any space using parallel advanced modules and store the outcome in the waveform procurement FIFO. If the CompactDAQ Chassis gets a DI Sample Clock flag when the FIFO is full, it reports a flood blunder to the host programming. The NI device is equipped with 8 slots, an Ethernet bus connector, and has a timing resolution of 12.5 ns. It has a voltage input range of 9 V to 30 V, and a maximum power requirement of 15 W.

The device is operated using the NI-DAQmx 9.2 driver software which is software packages/application development environment (ADEs) such as LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, Visual C#, Visual Basic .NET, or Measurement Studio. The device hardware can be configured using the Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) tool.

The cDAQ-9188 weighs 31.7 oz., and measures 10.00 x 3.47 x 2.32 in. in physical dimensions. It has a recommended operating temperature range of 20 °C to 55 °.

The cDAQ-9188 is available to be calibrated. While the recommended calibration period for individual parts varies, most parts should be calibrated either annually or every two years to ensure accuracy. If you need the cDAQ-9188 calibrated, Apex Waves provides options. We offer high-quality NIST accredited calibrations through a 3rd party, with an average turnaround time of 1 to 2 weeks. When you order the cDAQ-9188 with us, you can request basic (unaccredited) in-house calibration that will calibrate the part to the manufacturer specifications prior to being shipped. Call or email us today for more information about calibrating the cDAQ-9188!

ModelcDAQ-9188
ManufacturerNational Instruments
Part Numbers781424-01, 782824-01
TypeCompactDAQ Chassis
Slots8
Bus ConnectorEthernet
Timing Resolution12.5 ns
Dimensions10.00 x 3.47 x 2.32 in.
Weight31.7 oz.
WarrantyThree Year Warranty
cDAQ-9188 ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
PriceContact a sales representative for a quote.

National Instruments cDAQ-9188 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: How many counter/timer operations can be run simultaneously on the cDAQ 9188?

 

Answer: The cDAQ 9188 can run seven hardware-timed analog I/O, digital I/O, or counter/timer operations simultaneously.

 

Question: How do you access the counters in the cDAQ 9188 chassis?

 

Answer: You can access the counters of the cDAQ 9188 chassis through an installed, hardware-timed digital C Series module for applications involving quadrature encoders, PWM, event counting, pulse train generation, and period or frequency measurements.

 

Question: When I set the MTU to a value greater than 1500 on the NI cDAQ-9188 and hit save and reboot, the device is now unreachable. How can I fix this?

 

Answer: Trying to set the MTU to anything higher than 1500 on the NI cDAQ-9188 will cause a communication failure. 1500 is the default setting. In order to restore communication to your chassis, press and hold the chassis reset button for 5 seconds or longer before releasing. Then, once you have re-established communication, be sure to set the MTU to 1500 or less.

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National Instruments cDAQ-9188 CompactDAQ Chassis

The cDAQ-9188 (Part Numbers: 781424-01 and 782824-01) CompactDAQ Chassis allows the user to utilize DAC to produce a waveform, so they may see glitches on the output signal. These glitches are ordinary; glitches will be produced from discharged rates, when a DAC changes starting with one voltage then onto the next. The biggest glitches happen when the most noteworthy piece of the DAC code changes. The user can construct a low-pass deglitching channel to evacuate a portion of these glitches, contingent upon the frequency and nature of the output signal. Each of the DIO lines can be used as either a static DI or DO line. The user can utilize static DIO lines to screen or control advanced signals on some C Series modules. Each DIO line can be exclusively designed to advanced information (DI) or computerized yield (DO), if the C Series module being utilized permits such a setup. The user can gain advanced waveforms utilizing either parallel or serial computerized modules. The DI waveform securing FIFO stores the computerized tests. The NI cDAQ-9188 suspension tests the DIO lines on each rising or falling edge of the DI Sample Clock flag.

The user can utilize the DI Sample Clock (di/SampleClock) signal to test computerized I/O on any space using parallel advanced modules and store the outcome in the waveform procurement FIFO. If the CompactDAQ Chassis gets a DI Sample Clock flag when the FIFO is full, it reports a flood blunder to the host programming. The NI device is equipped with 8 slots, an Ethernet bus connector, and has a timing resolution of 12.5 ns. It has a voltage input range of 9 V to 30 V, and a maximum power requirement of 15 W.

The device is operated using the NI-DAQmx 9.2 driver software which is software packages/application development environment (ADEs) such as LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, Visual C#, Visual Basic .NET, or Measurement Studio. The device hardware can be configured using the Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) tool.

The cDAQ-9188 weighs 31.7 oz., and measures 10.00 x 3.47 x 2.32 in. in physical dimensions. It has a recommended operating temperature range of 20 °C to 55 °.

The cDAQ-9188 is available to be calibrated. While the recommended calibration period for individual parts varies, most parts should be calibrated either annually or every two years to ensure accuracy. If you need the cDAQ-9188 calibrated, Apex Waves provides options. We offer high-quality NIST accredited calibrations through a 3rd party, with an average turnaround time of 1 to 2 weeks. When you order the cDAQ-9188 with us, you can request basic (unaccredited) in-house calibration that will calibrate the part to the manufacturer specifications prior to being shipped. Call or email us today for more information about calibrating the cDAQ-9188!

ModelcDAQ-9188
ManufacturerNational Instruments
Part Numbers781424-01, 782824-01
TypeCompactDAQ Chassis
Slots8
Bus ConnectorEthernet
Timing Resolution12.5 ns
Dimensions10.00 x 3.47 x 2.32 in.
Weight31.7 oz.
WarrantyThree Year Warranty
cDAQ-9188 ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
PriceContact a sales representative for a quote.

National Instruments cDAQ-9188 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: How many counter/timer operations can be run simultaneously on the cDAQ 9188?

 

Answer: The cDAQ 9188 can run seven hardware-timed analog I/O, digital I/O, or counter/timer operations simultaneously.

 

Question: How do you access the counters in the cDAQ 9188 chassis?

 

Answer: You can access the counters of the cDAQ 9188 chassis through an installed, hardware-timed digital C Series module for applications involving quadrature encoders, PWM, event counting, pulse train generation, and period or frequency measurements.

 

Question: When I set the MTU to a value greater than 1500 on the NI cDAQ-9188 and hit save and reboot, the device is now unreachable. How can I fix this?

 

Answer: Trying to set the MTU to anything higher than 1500 on the NI cDAQ-9188 will cause a communication failure. 1500 is the default setting. In order to restore communication to your chassis, press and hold the chassis reset button for 5 seconds or longer before releasing. Then, once you have re-established communication, be sure to set the MTU to 1500 or less.

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OS Compatibility:
Win XP 32-bit, Win 7 32-bit, Win 10 32-bit

 Download Version

Why Buy From Apex Waves

Apex Waves Youtube Video

Delivery: UPS, FedEX and DHL – Free Fedex Ground on all orders
Overnight, Next Day Air or Expedited shipping options available
International delivery available
Same day shipping for in-stock on location
Warranty: All of our products are covered by our Apex Waves Warranty.
3 Year Warranty - New Surplus Parts
2 Year Warranty - Refurbished Parts
Returns: No hassle return policy.
Dedicated customer service team.
Payment: Authorize.Net paypal visa card master card american express card BB&T Bank better business bureau
Quick Quotes: Receive Price & Availability Today!
Calibration: Ask About Our Tiered Calibration Levels
Option & Modules: Confirm Your Requirements or Versions
Repair: Cost & Lead Time Available Upon Request for Service
Repair Evaluation: $150
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