06-15-2012 08:38 AM
Thanks for the post, can you provide some more information about your application. In regards your question, there is no C-Series Module specifically for Ethernet, however some cRIOs have multiple serial ports. You could also use a router for multiple Ethernet connections. I have included a link with more information about National Instruments Ethernet options. Hope this helps!
06-15-2012 10:20 AM
In my application i'm using CompactRIO to calibrate 20 electronic meters (counter) in parallel.
*CRIO FPGA to communicate with:
---> 20 meters in parallel: 20 UART(RS232 or Ethernet).
---> 1 generator: 1 UART(RS232).
---> 1 standard meter: 1 UART(RS232).
---> 1 automaton: 1 UART(RS232 or Ethernet).
*CRIO RT for calculations ( floating point),adjusment and verification of 20 meters in parallel.
I ask about ethernet because i think that it is faster than RS232.
06-29-2012 10:58 PM - edited 06-29-2012 11:07 PM
any can help me to give a link to install the real time module for labview2011 and also link to install the crio driver..i just use the evaluation labview..i use a crio-9022..tq
09-04-2012 10:11 AM
moonm, this may be what you are looking for:
Also, NI cRIO third party page:
I would suggest checking the NI cRIO third party page fairly frequently. Most of the NI engineers don't even hear about the third party modules unless they see them at one of the conferences or they are involved in their development somehow. That's one of the difficulties of having such a large company.