National Instruments

BNC Series

The National Instruments BNC Series of Connector Blocks can be used with NI X Series, M Series, and E Series DAQ devices. These Connector Blocks have differing connector types and can be used for applications, such as test, production, and laboratory settings. 

cDAQ Series

The National Instruments CompactDAQ or cDAQ Series consists of Chassis, Controllers, and Modules. The cDAQ Series are compatible with DAQExpress, LabVIEW, and FlexLogger software.

cFP Series

The National Instruments cFP modules are designed for use with Comapct FieldPoint. This series is comprised of analog voltage, current, sourcing counter, sinking counter, and input or output modules. These modules have 8 to 32 channels.

cRIO Series

The National Instruments CompactRIO or cRIO Series contains Controllers and Conditioned I/O Modules. A CompactRIO system delivers features such as direct sensor connectivity and durability in a small system.

DAQPad Series

The National Instruments DAQPad Series contains Multifunction Data Acquisition Devices, which offer plug-and-play connectivity through USB. These devices have screw terminals or BNC connectors.

FP Series

The National Instruments FP Series is a Legacy Series with real-time performance for control applications. This series has features such as built-in signal conditioning, intelligent, distributed I/O, and dependable embedded operation.

NI Part Number

National Instruments Part & Serial Numbers of NI Models

NI Series

The National Instruments NI Series is comprised of many module types, including: Frame Grabbers, Multifunction DAQ, Digital I/O, Controllers, and Voltage/Current Modules. They have a variety of channel sizes, connector types, and resolutions to suit many application requirements.

PCI Series

The National Instruments PCI Series is comprised of Digital Multimeters, Frame Grabbers, Oscilloscopes, Waveform Generators, Multifunction DAQ, and more. These modules come with different interfaces, varying port/channel sizes, and maximum sample rates.

PCIe Series

The National Instruments PCIe Series consists of Serial Interface Devices, Frame Grabbers, Multifunction Devices, Devices for PXI Remote Control, and many others. The NI PCIe Series models are equipped with diverse interfaces, channel/port sizes, and support numerous operating systems.

PMC Series

The National Instruments PMC Series models are circuit boards that have as many as four 64-pin bus connectors. Some of these models can be used with an NI PXI Chassis.

PS Series

The National Instruments PS Series consists of compact Industrial Power Supplies with large power reserves. This series has Power Supplies for NI TPCs, Smart Cameras, CompactRIO, Single-Board RIO, and Compact FieldPoint.

PXI Series

The National Instruments PXI Series is comprised of Chassis, Multiplexer, Switch, Oscilloscope, Waveform Generator, Relay Modules, and a variety of others. The PXI Series modules have different specifications for bandwidths, channel size, interface/connector type, etc. Users can find PXI modules for numerous applications.

PXIe Series

The National Instruments PXI Express or PXIe Series contains numerous Chassis, Controller, and Module types. The PXI Express models build on the PXI standards with bandwidths as high as 6 GB/s and have backwards compatibility with PXI models.

sbRIO Series

The National Instruments Single-Board RIO or sRIO Controllers can be utilized for creating and deploying devices in minimal time, while decreasing the cost of customized design. The NI sRIO Controllers are equipped with a processor, I/O interface, and reconfigurable FPGA.

SC Series

The National Instruments SC Series contains Signal Conditioning Products. The SC Series can be linked to most NI DAQ Devices. Some of these products can be rack-mounted.


The National Instruments SCC Series contains Carriers that can link straight to B Series, E Series, and M Series DAQ Devices and hold 20 SCC modules maximum. There are also SCC Signal Conditioning Modules, which deliver enhanced protection to linked Multifunction I/O Devices.

SCXI Series

The National Instruments Signal Conditioning eXtensions for Instrumentation (SCXI) Series consists of Chassis, DAQ Devices, and Modules. The Chassis have 4 to 12 slots. Some of the modules have excitation potential or can be used for low voltages. 

TB Series

The National Instruments TB Series consists of Terminal Blocks. These Terminal Blocks can link to instruments for testing and debugging, terminate digital I/O and control channels, and create and interface to prototype circuits.

TC Series

The National Instruments TC Series contains Terminal Blocks for use with thermocouple modules. The NI Terminal Blocks are well-suited for voltage or temperature applications with a large number of channels.

USB Series

The National Instruments USB Series is comprised of affordable modules, high-channel count modules, and high-speed modules, with options to meet any user’s requirements. The USB modules include the following types: Serial Interface Devices, Oscilloscopes, Multifunction I/O Devices, Digital Multimeters, and more.

USRP Series

The National Instruments Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) Series encompasses RF transceivers, which are utilized for the creation and exploration of software-defined radios. The USRP Series is a cost-effective answer for users who require access to real-world signals, as well as a simple method for teaching.

VB Series

The National Instruments VirtualBench (VB) Series of All-In-One Instruments are a mixture of mixed-signal oscilloscope, logic analyzer, arbitrary waveform generator, DMM, DC power supply, and digital I/O. The NI VB Series can be used with software, such as LabVIEW and Python.

VME Series

The National Instruments VME or VersaModule Eurocard Series is comprised of VME Remote Controllers and Modules. These models can link a computer to the VMEbus via the MXI-2 bus.

WSN Series

The National Instruments Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) Series modules are comprised of gateways, nodes, and software. The NI WSN Series provides versatility, so the user can generate a basic wireless monitoring network or a fully integrated wired and wireless measurement answer.