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Part Number USB-8506
Manufacturer/Brand National Instruments
Description USB-8506, 1- or 2-Port, USB LIN Interface Device

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National Instruments USB-8506 LIN Interface Device

The USB-8506 (Part Numbers: 784663-01 and 784664-01) is a Local Interconnect Network (LIN) Interface Device for creating applications with the NI-XNET driver. The user’s application can utilize nxReadState to check for issues on the system autonomously from different parts of the application. For instance, the user may deliberately bring commotion into the CAN links to test how the ECU carries on under these conditions. When this is accomplished, the user does not need the status of NI-XNET capacities to return mistakes, since this may make the application stop. The application can utilize nxReadState to peruse the system state rapidly as information, with the goal that it does not bring errors into the stream of the code. This is the LIN Interface Device’s beginning state on catalyst. The interface is basically off, since it is not communicating with different hubs (ECUs).

When the begin trigger happens for the LIN Interface Device, it advances from the Idle state to the Active state. When the device stops because of a call to XNET Stop, the NI USB-8506 changes from either Active or Inactive to the Idle state. The user can course the begin trigger of another XNET or DAQ card to guarantee that inspecting starts in the meantime on the two cards. For instance, the user can synchronize with a M-Series DAQ MIO card by steering the AI begin trigger of the MIO card to a RTSI line, then directing the equivalent PXI Trigger line with StartTrigger as the goal terminal on the XNET card.

ModelUSB-8506
ManufacturerNational Instruments
Part Numbers784663-01 and 784664-01
TypeLIN Interface Device
Ports1 or 2
LIN Physical Layer2.2
Input Voltage4.5 V min, 5.25 V max
Dimensions1 Port: 3.30 in. x 4.05 in. x 0.98 in.
2 Ports: 3.65 in. x 4.05 in. x 0.98 in.
Weight1 Port: 7.30 oz.
2 Ports: 7.58 oz.
WarrantyOne Year Warranty
USB-8506 ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
PriceContact a sales representative for a quote.

National Instruments USB-8506 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: What is the difference between the two part numbers for the USB-8506 device?

 

Answer: The USB-8506 device has a version with one port that does not have external timing and triggering (Part Number: 784663-01) and a two port versión that does support external timing and triggering (Part Number: 784664-01).

 

Question: What type of transceiver does the NI USB-8506 have?

 

Answer: The NI USB-8506 has an onboard TJA1028 transceiver.

 

Question: What is the USB suspend value for the USB-8506 LIN device?

 

Answer: The USB-8506 LIN device has a USB suspend value of 2.5 mA maximum.

USB-8506 Technical Specifications:


Manufacturer:National Instruments
Model:USB-8506
Part Numbers:784663-01 and 784664-01
Type:LIN Interface Device
Repair Evaluation:$150

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USB-8506, 1- or 2-Port, USB LIN Interface Device

Manufacturer:National Instruments
Model:USB-8506
Part Numbers:784663-01 and 784664-01
Type:LIN Interface Device
Repair Evaluation:$150

National Instruments USB-8506 LIN Interface Device

The USB-8506 (Part Numbers: 784663-01 and 784664-01) is a Local Interconnect Network (LIN) Interface Device for creating applications with the NI-XNET driver. The user’s application can utilize nxReadState to check for issues on the system autonomously from different parts of the application. For instance, the user may deliberately bring commotion into the CAN links to test how the ECU carries on under these conditions. When this is accomplished, the user does not need the status of NI-XNET capacities to return mistakes, since this may make the application stop. The application can utilize nxReadState to peruse the system state rapidly as information, with the goal that it does not bring errors into the stream of the code. This is the LIN Interface Device’s beginning state on catalyst. The interface is basically off, since it is not communicating with different hubs (ECUs).

When the begin trigger happens for the LIN Interface Device, it advances from the Idle state to the Active state. When the device stops because of a call to XNET Stop, the NI USB-8506 changes from either Active or Inactive to the Idle state. The user can course the begin trigger of another XNET or DAQ card to guarantee that inspecting starts in the meantime on the two cards. For instance, the user can synchronize with a M-Series DAQ MIO card by steering the AI begin trigger of the MIO card to a RTSI line, then directing the equivalent PXI Trigger line with StartTrigger as the goal terminal on the XNET card.

ModelUSB-8506
ManufacturerNational Instruments
Part Numbers784663-01 and 784664-01
TypeLIN Interface Device
Ports1 or 2
LIN Physical Layer2.2
Input Voltage4.5 V min, 5.25 V max
Dimensions1 Port: 3.30 in. x 4.05 in. x 0.98 in.
2 Ports: 3.65 in. x 4.05 in. x 0.98 in.
Weight1 Port: 7.30 oz.
2 Ports: 7.58 oz.
WarrantyOne Year Warranty
USB-8506 ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
PriceContact a sales representative for a quote.

National Instruments USB-8506 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: What is the difference between the two part numbers for the USB-8506 device?

 

Answer: The USB-8506 device has a version with one port that does not have external timing and triggering (Part Number: 784663-01) and a two port versión that does support external timing and triggering (Part Number: 784664-01).

 

Question: What type of transceiver does the NI USB-8506 have?

 

Answer: The NI USB-8506 has an onboard TJA1028 transceiver.

 

Question: What is the USB suspend value for the USB-8506 LIN device?

 

Answer: The USB-8506 LIN device has a USB suspend value of 2.5 mA maximum.

USB-8506 Technical Specifications:


Manufacturer:National Instruments
Model:USB-8506
Part Numbers:784663-01 and 784664-01
Type:LIN Interface Device
Repair Evaluation:$150

Why Buy From Apex Waves

Delivery: UPS, FedEX and DHL – Free UPS 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 parts new, new surplus, used or reconditioned are covered by Apex Waves 1 Year Warranty
Returns: No hassle return policy.
Dedicated customer service team.
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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
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