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Two keyholes are located on cDAQ for mounting it to a panel or wall. Figure 12 illustrates the panel dimensions and installation on the CompactDAQ chassis.
NI provides these screws with the cdsq mount kit.
cDAQ Support – National Instruments
Please take a moment to register your NI products to receive:. Alternatively, you can use the NI Network Browser located in the NI start menu folder on your host computer to find chassis on your local subnet. Please take a moment to register your NI products to receive: To mount the chassis on a panel, align the chassis on the panel mount accessory.
Installing and Configuring CompactDAQ Chassis – National Instruments
After rebooting your computer or adding new hardware to your system, you may see the NI Product Registration Wizard appear. Refer to the documentation included with the panel mount kit for more detailed dimensions. The NI desktop mounting kit includes two metal feet you can install on the sides of the CompactDAQ chassis for desktop use.
Connect Sensors or Signals Next. Check each module’s specifications for more details.
National Instruments Cdaq-9171 Ni 9171 CompactDAQ 1-slot USB Chassis Ni9171
Attach the chassis to the panel mount kit using two M4 X 17 screws. Use the following kits for each chassis:. The screws are included in the DIN-rail kit. These slots in the panel mount kit can be used ccdaq M4, M5, No. Select this device and click Add Selected Devices.
Installing and Configuring CompactDAQ Chassis
Web-Based Configuration and Monitoring. For the cDAQ chassis, you do not need a kit for panel mounting.
Or if your chassis is automatically detected on the network, it will appear under the Available Devices section. After removing the screws, replace them with the two longer screws included in the NI desktop mounting kit. Selecting Country for Wireless.
Installed screw height for both screw types is 7. System Settings in MAX.