National Instruments today announced the NI PCI-5124, a PCI version of its popular 12-bit, 200 MS/sec PXI-based digitizer.
The NI PXI-5124 and NI PCI-5124 digitizers deliver more than 75 dBc spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) on two simultaneously sampled inputs with 150 MHz bandwidth.
Both devices are based on the NI Synchronization and Memory Core (SMC) architecture, which features up to 512 MBytes of onboard memory per channel, fast data transfer and tight synchronization.
Design and test engineers can synchronize SMC-based modular instruments within tens of picoseconds for high-channel-count and mixed-signal applications.These devices also offer additional features such as software-selectable 50Ohm and 1 MOhm input impedance, 4 GS/sec random interleaved sampling (RIS) for repetitive signals and five trigger modes including video triggering.
High resolution at fast sampling rates suits the NI 5124 digitizers to a variety of measurement applications in consumer electronics, military, aerospace, semiconductor and medical device test.