This file contains important information about the Functional Safety Editor, including installation instructions and known issues.
The Functional Safety Editor provides an interface to create and compile User Programs that implement the safety logic for your Functional Safety application. The compiled User Program deploys and runs on the C Series Functional Safety module logic solver.
The Functional Safety Editor has the following requirements:
The Functional Safety Editor supports the following operating systems:
1 NI software is signed with a SHA-256 certificate. Refer to Microsoft KB3033929 for more information about how to install this security update.
The Functional Safety Editor supports the following application software versions, including service packs.
|Application Software||Versions Supported by Product|
|LabVIEW||2017 (32-bit only)|
To create User Programs, you only need to install the Functional Safety Editor.
To create, deploy, and monitor User Programs, install the following applications:
The Functional Safety Editor supports the NI 9350.
You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the NI website for an up-to-date list of known issues in the Functional Safety Editor.
Refer to the C Series Functional Safety Manual for information about the Functional Safety Editor.
Select Help»Open examples... from the Functional Safety Editor to access example state machines.
Use the NI Example Finder to access examples of C Series Functional Safety monitoring VIs. Select Help»Find examples... to open the NI Example Finder. Navigate to Hardware Input and Output»CompactRIO»NI Scan Engine»Module Specific»Functional Safety and double-click the example to open it. You can modify an example VI to fit an application or you can copy and paste from one or more examples into a VI that you create.
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