NI myRIO (1900, Embedded kit, Control Modules)

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    Robotics: Academic block-1, 1st floor , MIT, Manipal


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The myRIO‑1900 is a tool that can be used to teach and implement multiple design concepts with one reconfigurable I/O (RIO) device. Featuring I/O on both sides of the device in the form of MXP and MSP connectors, it includes 10 analog inputs, six analog outputs, 40 digital I/O lines, WiFi, LEDs, a push button, an onboard accelerometer, a Xilinx FPGA, and a dual‐core ARM Cortex‑A9 processor. The myRIO‑1900 can be programmed with LabVIEW or C. This WiFi-enabled version allows for fast and easy integration into remote embedded applications. The NI myRIO-1900 connects to a host computer over USB and wireless 802.11b,g,n.The NI myRIO Embedded Kit contains common sensors, devices, and a display:
Pmod BT2 (410-214): Bluetooth interface
Pmod CLS (410-092): LCD display, serial I/F
Pmod DPOT (410-239): Digital potentiometer
Pmod KYPD (410-195): 16-button keypad
Pmod TMP3 (410-287): Temperature sensor
UART Crossover Cable (240-047): 6-pin, 6" crossover cable
Pmod Cable kit: 6" 6-pin Pmod cable
Pmod Cable Kit: 6", 12-pin Pmod cable
MTE Cable (250-061): 4-pin to 2x2-pin MTE cable
6-pin Headers (240-004): 6-pin header and gender changer (5-pack)
2x6-pin Headers (240-062): 2x6-pin header (5-pack)
CmodMIC: Microphone
IC25LC040A Serial EEPROM
8x8 Dot Matrix LED Display

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