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This manual provides API reference information for using NI-SWITCH with LabVIEW NXG. Use NI-SWITCH to provide programmatic control of switches in your system.

This product supports the following Matrix Modules for SwitchBlock: SWB-2810 SWB-2811 SWB-2812 SWB-2813 SWB-2814 SWB-2815 SWB-2816 SWB-2817 SWB-2833 SWB-2834 This product supports the PXI-2800 PXI Carrier ...

The double-pole double-throw (DPDT) topology is composed of two-poles, two-throw relays. Based on the default position of the pole, one throw is considered normally open (NO) while the other is normally ...

The double-pole single-throw (DPST) topology is composed of two-poles, one-throw relays. Refer to the NI Switches Help for more information about DPST relay forms.

Some NI switch modules set to an independent topology contain the information required to draw a schematic, as shown in the following image:

A matrix is a flexible topology that can connect multiple inputs to multiple outputs organized as columns and rows. You can connect any column to any number of rows and any row to any number of columns. ...

A multiplexer, or a mux, is a topology in which you can connect one input to multiple outputs or one output to multiple inputs. Use this topology to connect a sequence of channels to a common line. Refer ...

Relay use affects, and relay arcing can accelerate, the end-of-life of a relay. For more detailed information about relay life and arcing, refer to the NI Switches Help. To determine the expected life ...

Expand this topic for information about relay maintenance, including instructions for replacing and resetting a relay.

Refer to the Relay Replacement topic for your switch module in the NI Switches Help for instructions on how to replace a relay. After you replace the relay, refer to Resetting a Relay Count.

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