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NI PXIe-6591R Specifications
DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS NI PXIe-6591R High-Speed Serial Module This document lists specifications for the NI PXIe-6591R (NI 6591R). Specifications are subject to change without notice. For the most recent ...
Edition Date: January 2015

PXIe-6591R Support
The PXIe-6591R high-speed serial instrument is designed for engineers who need to validate, interface through, and test serial protocols. It consists of a Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA and is programmable in LabVIEW ...

PXIe-6591R - Dimensional Drawings
This Document is not yet Rated   Rate this Document Dimensional Drawing for PXIe-6591R Product Line:PXI/CompactPCI Modular Instrumentation Product Version/Revision Number(s): PXIe-6591R 8-Channel High-Speed ...

NI PXIe-6591R - Product Certification
Product Certification for NI PXIe-6591R. This page lists all applicable certifications and standards, which includes the Declaration of Conformity and other safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), ...
Product Certifications: CE, FCC, C-Tick, MIC

NI PXIe-6591R Getting Started Guide
GETTING STARTED GUIDE NI PXIe-6591R High-Speed Serial Module This document explains how to install your NI PXIe-6591R (NI 6591R) high-speed serial module. The NI 6591R provides access to FPGA multi-gigabit ...
Edition Date: June 2015

Why Can’t I Add a High Speed Serial Instrument to My Real Time System Project?
I have a 659xR High Speed Serial Instrument, such as a PXIe-6591R or PXIe-6592R. When I create a new LabVIEW project on my development computer and add my Real Time target without the High Speed Serial ...

NI LabVIEW 2014 Instrument Design Libraries for High Speed Serial Instruments Readme
NI High Speed Serial Instruments Readme November 2014 This file contains important information about NI LabVIEW 2014 Instrument Design Libraries for High Speed Serial Instruments, including installation ...

NI PXIe-659x Letter of Volatility
This document describes the memory volatility under normal use conditions for the NI PXIe-6591R (NI 6591R) and NI PXIe-6592R (NI 6592R).
Edition Date: November 2014

PXIe-659x Letter of Volatility
Letter of Volatility PXIe-659x March 2017 Notice: This document is subject to change without notice. Contact: 866-275-6964 374935B-01 Rev 001 For the most recent version, visit ...
Edition Date: May 2017

NI LabVIEW 2015 Instrument Design Libraries for High Speed Serial Instruments Readme
NI High-Speed Serial Instruments Readme September 2015 This file contains important information about NI LabVIEW 2015 Instrument Design Libraries for High-Speed Serial Instruments, including installation ...

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