National Instruments Corporation PCI-5412 Oscilloscope


Model PCI-5412
Manufacturer National Instruments Corporation of the United States
Type oscilloscope
Maximum bandwidth 300 MHz
Maximum sampling rate 2GS/second
Voltage input channel 2
Analog input resolution of 8 bits

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National Instruments Corporation PCI-5412 Oscilloscope

National Instruments Corporation PCI-5412 Oscilloscope


NI PXI-5412 modules of revision B or later are equipped with a modified PXI Express-compatible backplane connector. This modified connector allows the NI PXI-5412 to be installed in hybrid slots in a PXI Express chassis. To determine the revision of an NI PXI-5412 module, read the label on the underside of the NI PXI-5412. The label lists an assembly number of the format 192274x-01, where x is the revision.


NI PCI-5152 Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How often should NI PCI-5152 be calibrated?
Answer: NI PCI-5152 should be calibrated every two years to maintain specifications.

Q: What are the corresponding part numbers for the PCI-5152 oscilloscope?
Answer: The PCI-5152 has three part numbers and different onboard memory sizes: 779945-01 (8 MB/channel), 779945-02 (64 MB/channel), and 779945-03 (256 MB/channel).

Q: Where can I find the specifications for PCI-5152?
Answer: The PCI-5152 specification can be found on the technical specifications tab of the Apex Waves website or in the user manual.

Q: What is the maximum bandwidth of NI PCI-5152?
Answer: The maximum bandwidth of NI PCI-5152 is 300 MHz.


NI PCI-5152 provides highlights and features that are more suitable for use in test benches. In this high transmission capacity space, an overlooked area is the use of mechanized testing models, where the estimated execution and impression of the testing framework can significantly affect the overall cost of testing. The NI PCI-5152 oscilloscope is the first high transmission capacity digitizer. This model has three different part numbers, and the onboard memory size is the only difference between the models: 779945-01 (8 MB/channel), 779945-02 (64 MB/channel), and 779945-03 (256 MB/channel).

Bus bandwidth and latency are two fundamental considerations for computerized testing frameworks, guiding users to estimate the overall speed of the framework. Delay describes the time required for the instrument to respond to remote commands, similar to an estimation problem. The bus bandwidth speed mainly refers to the information throughput limit for estimating the information transmission between the instrument and the host PC or controller interface.

The PCI backplane provides an implicit standard reference clock for synchronizing multiple digitizers in an estimation or control framework. Each space has a 10 MHz TTL clock that transmits during interrupts and even has a length trace, providing picosecond synchronization between digitizer modules of the high channel inspection framework. For example, it can be imagined that there are 34 phase synchronous 1 GS/s channels in a single PCI chassis, which can be extended to higher channel checks.

The testing framework in the National Instruments PCI-5152 oscilloscope typically includes multiple instrument components, including signal sources, evaluation devices, and switches. The PCI platform has unparalleled scalability, with modules for simple and computerized I/O, fast instrumentation, vision, motion, and various bus interfaces.