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[NI驱动软件] NI PXI MultiComputing 1.0 Driver Win32Eng NI-PXImc远程控制模块驱动程序1.0

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    NI PXI MultiComputing 1.0 Driver Win32Eng NI-PXImc远程控制模块驱动程序1.0

    NI-PXImc
    NI-PXImc为使用NI PXI MultiComputing远程控制模块的客户提供支持。
    NI-PXImc是一个NI仪器驱动程序,可让两个或更多智能系统利用非透明(NT)桥接技术,通过PCI Express进行数据交换。NI-PXImc驱动程序抽象了PXI MultiComputing (PXImc)接口的底层细节,并提供了一种简单有效的API来进行数据传输。

    Win32Eng
    1.0
    文件名: NI-PXImc\nipximc100.exe
    文件大小: 402125600 字节 (383.50 MB)
    修改日期: 2013-09-04 03:50
    MD5: 875eafe712063912b7a446080fa45242(官方正确)
    SHA1: e856bfd907ac368eaa37cf2f4847cd507c3c4745
    SHA256: 667ac8a1befed5fa448b7306073646f903d4add6efe7139fa1653c090bef0858
    CRC32: b79de042

    百度网盘和NI官方下载地址:
    PXImc1.0.txt (559 Bytes, 下载次数: 0, 售价: 5 快钱)

    NI-PXImc™ Readme
    Version 1.0
    August 2013
    This file contains information about the NI-PXImc software for Windows 7 and LabVIEW Real-Time (RT). Information in this file is organized in the following sections:
    Overview
    System Requirements
    Installation Instructions
    NI-PXImc General Considerations
    Accessing the Help
    Finding Examples

    Overview
    The NI-PXImc software enables you to create customized applications for your PXImc hardware (NI PXIe-8383mc) either in LabVIEW or C/C++.
    System RequirementsSupported Operating Systems
    You can install and run this version of the NI-PXImc software on the following operating systems:
    • Microsoft Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit).

      Note: National Instruments recommends Windows 7 (64-bit) for best performance.
    • NI LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS)
    NOTE  National Instruments recommends 3 GB or more RAM for Windows 7 (32-bit) and LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS), and a minimum 8 GB RAM for Windows 7 (64-bit). Refer to System RAM for more information.
    Software Requirements
    NI-PXImc software requires at least one of the following software applications:
    • LabVIEW 2012 SP1 (32- or 64-bit) or LabVIEW 2013 (32- or 64-bit)
    • Microsoft Visual C/C++
    • LabWindows™/CVI™
    If you want to run NI-PXImc software on the NI real-time hardware platforms, you must also install the LabVIEW 2012 SP1 Real-Time Module or LabVIEW 2013 Real-Time Module.
    Note: The Real-Time Module is compatible with 32-bit LabVIEW only. Therefore, you must have 32-bit LabVIEW instalLED even if you use a 64-bit OS.
    • LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS) 2012 SP1 or LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS) 2013
    Supported Hardware
    The NI-PXImc software currently supports the following hardware product:
    • NI PXIe-8383mc PXImc Adapter Module
    The NI PXIe-8383mc PXImc adapter modules utilize a x8 PCI Express 2.0 interface for transferring data. National Instruments recommends using the NI PXIe-8383mc with a PXI-Express chassis and controller combination that provide high PCI Express bandwidth. If you are using the NI PXIe-8383mc module in a chassis with an NI embedded controller, then you must update the BIOS software on that embedded controller to the latest released BIOS software prior to connecting the hardware. For more information, refer to KnowledgeBase 2GIGKD0Z, Determining and Upgrading PXI and VXI Embedded Controller BIOS Versions.
    Bandwidth experienced when using NI-PXImc may be affected by bandwidth capabilities of the controller or the chassis. If you experience lower than expected bandwidth when using NI-PXImc, check that your controller and chassis are capable of supporting the desired bandwidth, and that your PXImc adapter module is inserted into an appropriate chassis slot to obtain the best performance. Consult your chassis and controller documentation for specific information relevant to your hardware configuration.
    Note: National Instruments recommends an NI high performance PXIe embedded controller be used both as the system controller and as the controller connected to the front panel of the PXImc module. Refer to NI-PXImc General Considerations for more information.
    Installation Instructions
    The following sections include important information about installing爐he NI-PXImc software.
    You can run the NI-PXImc installer on the following operating systems:
    • Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    Before installing the NI-PXImc software, log on as Administrator or as a user with Administrator privileges. The NI-PXImc software setup program must have Administrator privileges because the program modifies the configuration registry of your system.
    Tip  For optimal performance, update your operating system to the latest service pack and apply all security patches.
    Downloading燦I-PXImc from the Web
    Complete the following steps to install the NI-PXImc software from a web download:
    • Download the�NIPXImc100.exe爁ile, and then run it.
    • Follow the onscreen instructions.

      Note  Users may see access and security messages during installation. Accept the prompts to complete the installation.
    • When the installation is complete, a dialog box appears that asks if you want to restart, shut down, or restart later. Select�Restart.
    Installing from the CD
    Complete the following steps to install the NI-PXImc software from the installation media:
    • Insert the NI-PXImc software media. If you have autorun enabled,�autorun.exe� runs automatically. Otherwise, navigate to the CD using Windows Explorer and launch the autorun.exe file from your NI-PXImc software media.
    • Follow the onscreen instructions.

      Note  Users may see access and security messages during installation. Accept the prompts to complete the installation.
    • When the installation is complete, a dialog box appears that asks if you want to restart, shut down, or restart later. Select�Restart.
    Installing the Software on a Real-Time Target
    Complete the following steps to install the NI-PXImc software on a real-time target in Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX):
    • Expand Remote Systems in the configuration tree and expand your real-time target.
    • Select the Software category. Click the Add/Remove Software icon on the toolbar to launch the LabVIEW Real-Time Software Wizard.
    • Select NI-PXImc in the feature list and click Next.
    • Follow the remaining installation instructions until installation is complete.
    NI-PXImc General ConsiderationsNI Embedded Controller BIOS Versions
    For proper operation with NI-PXImc, all NI Embedded Controllers must be running the latest BIOS. For more information, refer to KnowledgeBase 2GIGKD0Z, Determining and Upgrading PXI and VXI Embedded Controller BIOS Versions.
    Recommended NI Embedded Controllers
    National Instruments recommends an NI high performance PXIe embedded controller be used both as the system controller and as the controller connected to the front panel of the PXImc module. If you are connecting the PXImc module to an NI PXIe embedded controller, you must update the BIOS software on that embedded controller to the latest released BIOS software prior to connecting the hardware. Refer to NI Embedded Controller BIOS Versions for information about updating the BIOS.
    Bandwidth experienced when using NI-PXImc may be affected by bandwidth limitations in the controller or on the chassis backplane. If you experience lower than expected bandwidth when using NI-PXImc, check that your controller and chassis are capable of supporting the desired bandwidth, and that your PXImc card is inserted into an appropriate chassis slot to obtain the best performance. Consult your chassis and controller documentation for specific information relevant to your hardware configuration.
    System RAM
    National Instruments recommends a minimum 3 GB RAM for Windows 7 (32-bit) and LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS), and a minimum of 8 GB RAM for Windows 7 (64-bit). To maximize the available PXImc buffer, National Instruments recommends either Windows 7 (64-bit) or LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS).
    Note  The available PXImc buffer will likely be reduced if the above recommendations are not followed. Refer to Setting an Appropriate Buffer Size in the NI-PXImc Help for more information about buffer size.
    User Mode and Factory Mode Settings for the NI PXIe-8383mc Module
    National Instruments recommends setting the hardware Mode DIP switch (Switch 4) to User Mode for optimal performance. Refer to the NI PXImc Devices Getting Started Guide, available in the NI PXIe-8383mc kit and on ni.com/manuals, for information about the DIP switch functionality and location. Refer to the Hardware Configuration section in the NI-PXImc Help for more information about the differences between the two modes.
    Power Sequence
    The PXIe chassis that contains the NI PXIe-8383mc module must be powered on before the system connected to the front panel connector is powered on. Furthermore, the PXIe chassis that contains the NI PXIe-8383mc module must be continuously powered while the system connected to the front panel connector is powered on. If it is necessary to turn off the chassis containing the PXIe-8383mc, the system connected to the front panel must be powered off first. Refer to the NI PXImc Devices Getting Started Guide, available in the NI PXIe-8383mc kit and on ni.com/manuals, for more information about power sequence.
    Using Third-Party Controllers
    Many third-party PXI Express controllers, both PXIe embedded controllers and desktop PCs, have been observed to have BIOS issues that prevent the enumeration of some PXIe modules. If you have boot or device enumeration issues, set the hardware Mode DIP switch (Switch 4)on your PXImc modules to Factory mode and try again. Refer to the NI PXImc Devices Getting Started Guide, available in the NI PXIe-8383mc kit and on ni.com/manuals, for information about the DIP switch functionality and location. If you continue to have issues, either contact your controller vendor for a BIOS fix or upgrade your controller to a National Instruments high performance PXIe embedded controller.
    Module Count
    When configuring the module in "User" mode, NI recommends no more than six NI PXIe-8383mc modules be connected to a single system running Windows 7(64-bit), and no more than four modules be connected to a system running Windows 7 (32-bit), either directly in the system or connected through the NI PXIe-8383mc front panel connector. If you are using the NI PXIe-8383mc in a system with LabVIEW Real-Time (ETS) OS, NI recommends no more than four NI PXI-8383mc modules to a single system, either directly in the system or connected through the NI PXI-8383mc front panel connector. If your system needs more than the recommended number of modules, either change the configuration mode to "FACT" mode for all modules or contact National Instruments support.
    Accessing the Help
    Refer to the NI-PXImc Help, accessible by selecting Help»NI-PXImc Help from the pull-down menu in LabVIEW, for information about using the NI-PXImc software.
    Finding Examples
    LabVIEW examples for the NI-PXImc software are in the labview\examples\NI-PXImc folder. You can modify an example VI to fit an application or copy and paste from one or more examples into a VI you create.
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    You can automate the installation of most NI products using command-line arguments to suppress some or all of the installer user interface and dialog boxes. However, starting with the August 2012 releases (products using NI Installers version 3.1 or later), you may need to perform additional steps before or during a silent installation of NI software.
    If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.0, the .NET installer may run before any NI software installs and may require a reboot before the installation of NI software begins. To avoid a .NET reboot, install .NET 4.0 separately before you install NI software.
    For more information, refer to the following KnowledgeBase articles:
    • For more information on silent installations of individual NI products, refer to KB 4CJDP38M, Automating the Installation of a Single Installer.
    • For more information on silent installations of suited NI products, such as NI Developer Suite, refer to KB 4GGGDQH0, Automating the Installation of a Suited Installer.
    • To determine what version of NI Installers your product contains, refer to KB 4CJDR18M, How Can I Determine the Type and Version of My National Instruments Installer?.

    Important Information
    Copyright
    © 2013 National Instruments. All rights reserved.
    Under the copyright laws, this publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storing in an information retrieval system, or translating, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of National Instruments Corporation.
    National Instruments respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same. NI software is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. Where NI software may be used to reproduce software or other materials belonging to others, you may use NI software only to reproduce materials that you may reproduce in accordance with the terms of any applicable license or other legal restriction.
    End-User License Agreements and Third-Party Legal Notices
    You can find end-user license agreements (EULAs) and third-party legal notices in the following locations after installation:
    • Notices are located in the <National Instruments>\_Legal Information and <National Instruments> directories.
    • EULAs are located in the <National Instruments>\Shared\MDF\Legal\license directory.
    • Review <National Instruments>\_Legal Information.txt for information on including legal information in installers built with NI products.
    Trademarks
    Refer to the NI Trademarks and Logo Guidelines at ni.com/trademarks for information on National Instruments trademarks. Other product and company names mentioned herein are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.
    Patents
    For patents covering the National Instruments products/technology, refer to the appropriate location: Help&#187;Patents in your software, the patents.txt file on your media, or the National Instruments Patent Notice at ni.com/patents.
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