AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) today announces two new products to help engineers monitor machines, heavy equipment and aging infrastructure. Engineers can integrate the wireless sensor network (WSN) strain node and C Series module with NI CompactRIO for predictive maintenance to predict faults, analyze fatigue, lower operating costs and decrease downtime.
"With NI wireless sensor networks and the new WSN strain node, we can easily monitor critical structures without excessive cables," said Sharon L. Wood, professor and department chair of civil, architectural and environmental engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. "We use WSN nodes that are programmable with LabVIEW for onboard analysis of strain data to achieve an in-depth understanding of structural response."
WSN-3214 Strain Node
NI 9232 C Series Module
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Pricing and Contact Information
WSN-3214 Node priced* from $599; €549; ¥76,000
NI 9232 Module priced* from $1,499; €1,399; ¥168,000
*All prices are subject to change without notice.
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