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Does XNET CAN interface work with SBRIO 9627?

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Does XNET CAN interface work with SBRIO 9627?

Hello,

I am trying to use XNET-CAN modules with the SBRIO 9627. I have searched for documentation to do this but have been unable to find something for the SBRIO 9627 board. I can run NI Embedded CAN for RIO, but my application requires more flexibility and using XNET CAN modules will be helpful. I am also unsure if XNET modules works with SBRIO hardware or not as I have read conflicting statements on the forums. It will be helpful if I can be pointed to any documentation or examples where XNET-CAN modules have been run with the SBRIO hardware. 

 

Thank you,

Krishna

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Re: Does XNET CAN interface work with SBRIO 9627?

The XNET readme indicates the sbRIO-9627 is fully supported as far back as version 15 and possibly earlier. My understanding is that you will also need a RIO Mezzanine Card (RMC) to use the C-Series modules. With that combination you should be able to use any NI-986x module with the sbRIO-9627.

Jeff L
National Instruments
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Hello Jeff,

Thank you for the quick reply. Just to understand you clearly, the CAN IC (NXP-PCA82C251T) on the SBRIO 9627 (which can be accessed by the NI Embedded CAN for RIO) cannot be accessed by the XNET CAN modules . And that I will need the C-Series NI 968X modules with the RIO Mezzanine Card (RMC) to be able to run XNET CAN modules. 

 

Thank you,

Krishna

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Re: Does XNET CAN interface work with SBRIO 9627?

@mka89 wrote:

Hello Jeff,

Thank you for the quick reply. Just to understand you clearly, the CAN IC (NXP-PCA82C251T) on the SBRIO 9627 (which can be accessed by the NI Embedded CAN for RIO) cannot be accessed by the XNET CAN modules . And that I will need the C-Series NI 968X modules with the RIO Mezzanine Card (RMC) to be able to run XNET CAN modules. 

 


That is exactly correct.

Jeff L
National Instruments
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