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Faulting a Channel to a Specific Value - NI VeriStand UI Manager Beta Manual

You must add and connect to a system definition file before using UI Manager tools. Fault a channel to test the behavior of a system when a channel reaches a specific value. You can use the Channel Fault ...

Viewing Channel Values at Run Time - NI VeriStand UI Manager Beta Manual

You must add and connect to a system definition file before using UI Manager tools. To view the current values of several channels at the same time and in the same interface, use the Channel Data Viewer ...

Monitoring and Configuring Alarms - NI VeriStand UI Manager Beta Manual

Alarms allow you to notify the user that the value of a particular channel has gone outside a specified range of values. In the UI Manager, the Alarm Monitor tool allows you to interact with alarms in ...

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