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Connecting Signals to Analog Input

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    Last Modified: May 14, 2018

    A single-ended measurement measures the difference between the selected signal and AI Ground. A differential measurement measures the difference between the selected signal and its associated signal pair. The following table shows the channel mapping for each mode.

    Table 1. Analog Input Signal Mapping
    Application Board Terminals Differential Mode (Default) Single-ended Mode
    Bank A A/AI0 AI 0 + AI 0
    A/AI1 AI 1 + AI 1
    A/AI2 AI 2 + AI 2
    A/AI3 AI 3 + AI 3
    A/AI4 AI 0 - AI 4
    A/AI5 AI 1 - AI 5
    A/AI6 AI 2 - AI 6
    A/AI7 AI 3 - AI 7
    Bank B B/AI0 AI 0 + AI 0
    B/AI1 AI 1 + AI 1
    B/AI2 AI 2 + AI 2
    B/AI3 AI 3 + AI 3
    B/AI4 AI 0 - AI 4
    B/AI5 AI 1 - AI 5
    B/AI6 AI 2 - AI 6
    B/AI7 AI 3 - AI 7
    AGND Analog Ground Analog Ground
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    Notice  

    Use AGND for analog signals only.

    To learn more about the Analog Input and grounding considerations, go to the Analog Input section in the Appendix.

    Refer to the NI ELVIS III Prototyping Board section on how to access these signals on the NI ELVIS III prototyping board.


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