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A DAQmx property node preselected to contain Device class properties. You can select other classes from the node on the diagram.

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Use the DAQmx Physical Channel properties to query information about physical channels. Use the DAQmx Channel properties to configure virtual channels.

A terminal is a named location where a signal is either generated (output or produced) or acquired (input or consumed). A terminal that can output only one signal is often named after that signal. A terminal ...

A DAQmx property node preselected to contain System class properties. You can select other classes from the node on the diagram.

Timing and triggering are important in NI-DAQmx. The clocks section explains clocks and handshaking. The triggering section goes over the triggers—such as a Start Trigger and a Reference Trigger—and common ...

With NI-DAQmx simulated devices, the following timing and triggering considerations exist: NI-DAQmx simulated devices simulate timing for continuous analog input, digital input, and all output tasks. Timing ...

A timing engine is the circuitry a device uses to control an acquisition or generation. Controlling an acquisition or generation includes: Utilizing timing signals to control when the device acquires or ...

Digital I/O and DAQ devices typically use the single-cycle timing response mode, meaning the device responds to an external signal by the next active sample clock edge. Devices that support the pipelined ...

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