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National Instruments (NI), a provider of platform-based system solutions to engineers and scientists to address the world's most demanding engineering challenges, today announced the availability of NI's first IP67 controller IC-3173 Industrial Controller. The new controllers are ideally suited for use as industrial IoT edge nodes in harsh environments, including spray build environments, test cells and outdoor environments without the need to protect the enclosure. IP67 degree of protection to ensure that the machine in dusty and humid environment in strict accordance with IEC 60529 standards for stable operation.

Industrial controllers are high-performance, fanless devices that provide high-performance processing and connectivity for automated image processing and control applications in extreme environments. With up to 2.2 GHz of Intel Core i7 dual-core processor, 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, 64 GB of storage, four Power over Ethernet (PoE) GigE ports, two USB 3.0 ports and two DisplayPorts, the controllers are rugged, No moving parts, IP degree of protection IP67. The industrial controller also includes a user-programmable Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA to improve system performance by providing custom I / O timing, synchronization, control, and image co-processing capabilities.

"NI Industrial Controllers have a robust set of I / O resources that we can use to meet a variety of automation needs including test, vision, motion control, and digital I / O using just one controller." Federal-Mogul Powertrain Manufacturing Engineer "With the built-in EtherCAT master node for motion and conditioning I / Os, the time spent on wiring and commissioning of our own self-developed automation machines has been greatly reduced," said Jordan Larson, using industrial controllers with other cameras previously used for machine vision The cost per camera is significantly reduced.With NI's industrial controllers, we have reduced the number of components inside the machine and have all of our control software integrated into a single platform that we have not previously been able to do. "

National Instruments is continuing to develop new products that support Time-Sensitive Networks (TSNs), part of which is the Industrial Controller. TSN is an evolution of the IEEE 802.1 Ethernet standard that provides distributed time synchronization, low latency, and time critical and network traffic convergence. In addition to using TSNs for communication between controllers, engineers can also integrate highly synchronized sensor measurements using the TSN-based CompactDAQ chassis released by National Instruments earlier this year.

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