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Multirate Diagram (Controller) (G Dataflow)

Last Modified: January 9, 2017

Represents an instance of a Multirate diagram.

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Error In

Error conditions that occur before this node runs. Use this information to decide whether to bypass any functionality if this node receives errors from other nodes.

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Iterations to Execute

The number of times to execute the Multirate diagram.

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Error Out

Information about errors or warnings that occurred during or before the execution of this node.

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Iterations Executed

The number of times the Multirate diagram executed.

Additional Parameters

In addition to the default parameters of the Multirate Diagram node, the node also includes an input for each input port and an output for each output port on the Multirate diagram.

Data Type Conversions

In a VI targeted to the host or controller, you can input only arrays of data to a Multirate diagram and output only arrays of data from a Multirate diagram. When you input an array to a Multirate diagram from a VI, LabVIEW converts the array to a stream because the Multirate diagram operates on data streams. If you input a two-dimensional array to a Multirate diagram, LabVIEW converts the two-dimensional array to a stream array. Likewise, if you output a stream scalar or a stream array from a Multirate diagram to a VI, LabVIEW converts the stream scalar to an array and the stream array to a two-dimensional array in which each row in the array is a data point.

Where This Node Can Run:

Desktop OS: Windows

FPGA: All devices (only within an Optimized FPGA VI)


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