This category contains cRIO modules for connection of NI CompactRIO systems to wireless or wired networks. Particular wireless modules may be certified for particular countries only. This is related to the transmission power and the associated range.
cRIO module with 5-port Ethernet switch for use with the National Instruments CompactRIO system or R-series expansion chassis.DetailsSEA 9715 Ethernet Switch module integrates ethernet switch functionality seamlessly into the CompactRIO platform with a 5-port unmanaged ethernet switch with 10/100MBit/s. Module is powered via the backplane and needs no external power supply. The module needs no FPGA programming, and thus no separate cRIO FPGA space.Technical DataSwitch CharacteristicsNetwork type: IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3xNetwork mode Switching (unmanaged)Data rate: 10/100 Mbit/sConnector type: RJ45Number of ports: 5Power RequirementsOperating voltage: 5 VDC, ± 5%Power consumption: at 5V:Operating current in active mode typ. 178 mAOperating current in sleep mode < 0.1 mAPhysical CharacteristicsTemperature range: -40...+70 deg. CelsiusWeight: approx. 150 gDimensions: 90 x 23 x 73 mmMore Information
Supported Standards: IEEE 802.11p–2012, (ETSI ES 202 663, IEEE 1609.4 – 2010),Frequency bands: 5.850 – 5.925 GHz, channels 172, 174, 176, 180, 182, 184,Channel bandwidth: 10 MHz, OFDM Modulation Modes: 3, 4.5, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 27 Mbps for 10 MHz BW signal,Maximum output power: 5.9 GHz: -10 to +23 ± 2dBm, 5.9GHz: IEEE 1609 Class C,Minimum sensitivity: -97 dBm @ 3 Mbps,Operating temperature range: -25 to +55 °CDetailsThe SEA 9719 cRIO module enables communication according to the IEEE 802.11p standard on the NI CompactRIO platform. This standard provides a basis for the future Vehicle-to-Anything (V2X) or Car-to-Anything (C2X) technologies. By means of this module regular IEEE 802.11p messages (PHY & MAC layer) can be transmitted and received from within LabVIEW user applications. For easy integration a LabVIEW driver with a full set of API functions is available to the developer. The module is connected to a computer system (typically a NI CompactRIO) via Ethernet and the user application runs on the Real-Time controller. No LabVIEW FPGA programming is required. Optionally the module can be operated without an NI CompactRIO Controller (stand alone), by connecting it directly to a PC via Ethernet and running the user application on the PC. The required power of 7 to 30 VDC can be supplied through an adequate cable (see accessory below) from the same power source as the NI CompactRIO system.Delivery Scope1 * SEA 9719 802.11p Communication Module1 *Printed Hardware Manual operation instructions, safety instructions and specifications 1 * Power cable (61000011) is mandatory for operationAccessoryGPS Option (66000043) is separately available NoticesFor programming and operation a LabVIEW Development Environment 2014 or higher is requiredThe software is delivered as a download via our download siteMore Information