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When using the digital trigger on my DSA device, I notice there is a delay before I acquire the first data points. For example, if I acquire the same signal from an M series card and a DSA device at the ...
When I connect my USB DAQ device or USB cDAQ chassis into a USB 3.0 port, the device or the modules do not show up correctly in MAX. In Device Manager, I see USB Flash Firmware Updater under Data Acquisition ...
I am able to successfully acquire data from my Ethernet cDAQ module. However when I leave it running for a while I lose my network connection. There are no problems within my code and my computer is switched ...
I have a DAQ device or simulated DAQ device in Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) and it is failing when I run a Self-Test with the following error: Error -88705 occurred at Self-Test.
How can I ...
22 ratings: 3.18 out of 5 Force Reinstall NI Software from the Command Prompt in Windows Primary Software: NI Installers>>Installer Framework Primary Software Version: 1.1 Primary Software Fixed Version: ...
DAQmx throws Error -50808 when I add or remove another USB device or when I've been using my USB DAQ or cDAQ device for a while. I sometimes get this error after 30 minutes of using the device or after ...
I am trying to simultaneously read or write signals on multiple channels using NI-DAQmx. I have heard about a method called “Channel Expansion.” What is channel expansion and how does it help me simultaneously ...
I am trying to input or output an impulse or waveform with sharp edges (Square, Triangle, Sawtooth, etc.) from my Dynamic Signal Acquisition (DSA) device, but the response is not acceptable. Why is this ...
I am trying to choose a cDAQ module that can use the counters on my chassis, but I cannot find any documentation that specifies those specific modules. What modules can I use to access the counters on ...
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