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NI extends RIO controller OEM offerings with three new LabVIEW-compatible sbRIO cards based on the Xilinx Zynq SoC

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National Instruments (NI) has pushed its RIO (reconfigurable I/O) controllers further into the embedded OEM world with last week’s introduction of three new LabVIEW-programmable sbRIO cards (single-board RIO) that share a Zynq-based system architecture with the sbRIO SOM (system on module) announced last year. (See “NI’s new Zynq-in-a-box SOM targets embedded development with dual-core ARM Cortex-A9.”) All three of the new sbRIO cards—the sbRIO-9607, sbRIO-9627, and sbRIO-9637—incorporate an industrial-grade Xilinx Zynq Z-7020 SoC, 512Mbytes of DDR3 SDRAM, and 512Mbytes of Flash memory. The smaller card, the sbRIO-9607, and the larger sbRIO-9627 have high-density RIO mezzanine-card connectors on the underside for I/O expansion. The third new sbRIO controller card, the sbRIO-9637, lacks the high-density RIO mezzanine-card connector but has a second IDC connector on the top with additional I/O resources. All three sbRIO cards are programmed using NI’s LabVIEW graphical development environment and LabVIEW FPGA.


Here’s a photo of NI’s three new sbRIO products:



NIs New Single-Board RIO Controllers 2015.jpg



NI’s new Zynq-based sbRIO-9627, sbRIO-9637, and sbRIO-9607 LabVIEW-programmable embedded controllers (shown left to right)




And here’s a specifications table for all of the Zynq-based NI sbRIO products including the sbRIO-9651 SOM:



NI sbRIO Specifications 2015.jpg


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