Badger Test System

Perfect for portable Data Acquisition needs!

Badger systems utilize NI's CompactRIO (cRIO), Single Board RIO (sbRIO), and/or CompactDAQ (cDAQ) hardware. The Badger product line offers high speed data acquisition/control and flexibility in an industrial package. Badger chassis and instrumentation have a 50 g shock ratings and a wide -40 to 70 C operating temperature. These systems are ideal for automotive, industrial automation, remote monitoring, field service, and advanced control applications.

Badger RIO

Badger RIO employs a cRIO/sbRIO system that consists of an embedded controller, chassis (or single board RIO), and NI C Series I/O modules. Badger RIO systems are not dependent on a separate host computer. They offer both Ethernet, and Wi-Fi connectivity. Badger RIO provides a powerful real-time controller with a user-upgradable backplane that includes high performance field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). They provide stand-alone embedded execution for deterministic LabVIEW Real-Time applications. These controllers are designed for extreme ruggedness, reliability, and low power consumption. The heart of Badger RIO systems is the reconfigurable I/O (RIO) FPGA core. The RIO core has an individual connection to each I/O module and is programmed using easy to use elemental I/O functions to read or write signal information from each module. 

Badger DAQ

Badger DAQ employs a CompactDAQ system that consists of a chassis, NI C Series I/O modules, and a Windows host computer connected over USB, Ethernet, or Wi-Fi. These systems provide an easy, flexible, expandable platform to meet the needs of any electrical or sensor measurement system. They control the timing, synchronization, and data transfer between a host computer and up to eight C Series I/O modules. A single Badger can manage multiple timing engines to run up to seven separate hardware-timed I/O tasks at different sample rates in the same system. 

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