infinitenothing Posted April 8, 2022 Report Share Posted April 8, 2022 As I'm sure many of you know, there's an issue sourcing any NI products with FPGAs on them. Lead times are... out there. For anyone who can't tolerate those long lead times, they are probably thinking about a plan B. I'm wondering if anyone has gone through the process of designing a replacement for an NI product. Our application is written in LabVIEW and one of our biggest risks is that the run time engine isn't open source. There's so many test hours behind our labview app but if we run into a "bug" and NI won't support it because it's on 3rd party hardware, we could really find ourselves in a bind. How much did you use the LabVIEW code or did you just start from scratch? What's the process like? Expensive? Buggy? Quote Link to comment
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