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Route Signal Out (G Dataflow)

Last Modified: August 3, 2017

Routes various signals to the backplane trigger lines or front panel terminals.

The waveform generator must not be in the Generating state when you call this node.

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route signal from

The source of the signal to route.

You can clear a previously routed signal by routing NONE to the destination terminal.

Name Value Description
NONE 0 A previously routed signal is cleared, and no source is sent to the destination terminal.
MARKER 1 The node uses a marker event as the source of the signal to route.
SYNC OUT 2 The node uses the SYNC OUT source as the signal to route.
OUT START TRIGGER 3 The node uses a Start Trigger as the source of the signal to route.
BOARD CLOCK 4 The node uses a 20 MHz source derived from the Sample Clock Timebase as the signal to route.
SYNCHRONIZATION 5 The node uses the synchronization source as the signal to route.
SOFTWARE TRIGGER 6 The node routes a signal generated by Send Software Edge Trigger or niFgen_SendSoftwareEdgeTrigger.
REF IN 7 The node uses the REF IN front panel connector as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_CLK10 8 The node uses the 10 MHz PXI backplane clock as the source of the signal to route.
PXI STAR 9 The node uses the PXI_Star trigger line from the PXI backplane as the source of the signal to route.
PFI 0 10 The node uses the PFI 0 front panel connector as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig0 11 The node uses the RTSI 0 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 0 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig1 12 The node uses the RTSI 1 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 1 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig2 13 The node uses the RTSI 2 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 2 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig3 14 The node uses the RTSI 3 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 3 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig4 15 The node uses the RTSI 4 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 4 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig5 16 The node uses the RTSI 5 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 5 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig6 17 The node uses the RTSI 6 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 6 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
PXI_Trig7 18 The node uses the RTSI 7 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 7 PXI backplane trigger line as the source of the signal to route.
RTSI CLOCK 19 The node uses the RTSI_CLOCK line from the PCI backplane as the source of the signal to route.
CLOCK OUT 20 The node uses the CLOCK Out front panel connector as the source of the signal to route.
PLL REF SOURCE 21 The node uses the PLL REF front panel connector as the source of the signal to route.
UPDATE CLOCK 22 The node uses the Update Clock as the source of the signal to route.
ONBOARD REF CLOCK 23 The node uses the onboard Reference Clock as the source of the signal to route.
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session in

Handle that identifies your instrument session previously allocated by Initialize With Options.

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error in

Error conditions that occur before this node runs.

The node responds to this input according to standard error behavior.

Standard Error Behavior

Many nodes provide an error in input and an error out output so that the node can respond to and communicate errors that occur while code is running. The value of error in specifies whether an error occurred before the node runs. Most nodes respond to values of error in in a standard, predictable way.

error in does not contain an error error in contains an error
If no error occurred before the node runs, the node begins execution normally.

If no error occurs while the node runs, it returns no error. If an error does occur while the node runs, it returns that error information as error out.

If an error occurred before the node runs, the node does not execute. Instead, it returns the error in value as error out.

Default: No error

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channel name

Name of the waveform generator channel that the node uses.

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route signal to

The destination of the signal to route.

Name Value Description
PXI_Trig0 0 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 0 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 0 PXI backplane trigger line.
PXI_Trig1 1 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 1 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 1 PXI backplane trigger line.
PXI_Trig2 2 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 2 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 2 PXI backplane trigger line.
PXI_Trig3 3 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 3 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 3 PXI backplane trigger line.
PXI_Trig4 4 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 4 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 4 PXI backplane trigger line.
PXI_Trig5 5 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 5 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 5 PXI backplane trigger line.
PXI_Trig6 6 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 6 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 6 PXI backplane trigger line.
RTSI CLOCK 7 The node routes the signal to the RTSI_CLOCK PCI backplane line.
REF OUT 8 The node routes the signal to the REF OUT front panel connector.
PFI 0 9 The node routes the signal to the PFI 0 front panel connector.
PXI_Trig7 10 The node routes the signal to the RTSI 7 PCI backplane trigger line or PXI_Trig 7 PXI backplane trigger line.
PFI 1 11 The node routes the signal to the PFI 1 front panel connector.
PFI 4 12 The node routes the signal to the PFI 4 line on the DIGITAL DATA & CONTROL (DDC) front panel connector.
PFI 5 13 The node routes the signal to the PFI 5 line on the DIGITAL DATA & CONTROL (DDC) front panel connector.
PXI STAR 14 The node routes the signal to the PXI_Star trigger line on the PXI backplane.
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session out

Reference to your instrument session to wire to the next node.

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error out

The node produces this output according to standard error behavior.

Standard Error Behavior

Many nodes provide an error in input and an error out output so that the node can respond to and communicate errors that occur while code is running. The value of error in specifies whether an error occurred before the node runs. Most nodes respond to values of error in in a standard, predictable way.

error in does not contain an error error in contains an error
If no error occurred before the node runs, the node begins execution normally.

If no error occurs while the node runs, it returns no error. If an error does occur while the node runs, it returns that error information as error out.

If an error occurred before the node runs, the node does not execute. Instead, it returns the error in value as error out.

Where This Node Can Run:

Desktop OS: Windows

FPGA: Not supported


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