- National Instruments announced the PXIe-1095 chassis with 58 W of dedicated power and cooling capacity per slot.
- This represents, according to NI, a 50% increase in power and cooling capacity per slot compared to the previously released NI PXI Express chassis.
The National Instruments’s PXIe-1095 chassis also features a reduction in fan noise in its 38 W cooling profile mode, delivering a 13 dB improvement compared to the previously released PXIe-1085 chassis.
In addition to offering superior power and lower fan noise, the PXIe-1095 chassis, with 18 slots, has two redundant 1200W hot-swappable redundant power supplies for applications requiring high availability.
Leveraging PCI Express Gen 3 bus technology, this chassis offers 24 GB/s bandwidth for peer-to-peer or peer-to-disk data transfer applications.
An optional upgrade is available for synchronization and timing with an integrated OCXO oscillator for increased clock accuracy and external clock and trigger routing.
Like all NI PXI chassis, the PXIe-1095 includes software resources for monitoring system operating parameters such as temperature and fan speed.