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Utility

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    Last Modified: September 27, 2017

    Use the Utility nodes to access utility features of NI-HSDIO.

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    Checks the hardware to determine if the device completed the dynamic data operation or if any errors have occurred.
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    Programs your hardware for the data operation using the properties you select. Before entering the committed state, most property values are stored in software only; these values have not yet been programmed to the hardware. After the session is committed, the hardware is configured.
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    Resets the session to its initial state. All channels and front panel terminals are put into a high-impedance state. All software attributes are reset to their initial values.
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    Resets the device to its initial state and reloads the FPGA. Use this node to re-enable your device if it has disabled itself because the device temperature has risen above its optimal operating temperature.
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    Forces a particular edge, pattern match, or software trigger to occur.
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    Takes the error code returned by the NI-HSDIO nodes, interprets it, and returns it as a readable string.
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    Performs a self-test on the instrument and returns the test results.
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    Converts unsigned binary data into the digital waveform data type (WDT). Use this node to easily create extended state (0, 1, H, L, X, Z) digital waveforms from binary data.
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    Returns a session reference you can pass to NI-TClk nodes.

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