The GPS Option for SEA 9719 cRIO module enables the GPS receiver as time source for timestamping the data packets by disciplining the internal MAC clock. Requires additionally a SEA 9719 802.11p Communication Module w/ GPS antenna.
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 Scope
1 * SEA 9719 802.11p Communication Module 1 *Printed Hardware Manual operation instructions, safety instructions and specifications
AccessoryPower cable (61000011) is mandatory for operationGPS Option (66000043) is separately available Notices
For programming and operation a LabVIEW Development Environment 2014 or higher is required The software is delivered as a download via our download siteMore Information