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Configure the system and add a module. Right-click the module in the Project Explorer window and select Properties to display the C Series Module Properties dialog box. Select the rate from the Data Rate ...

You can configure the data rate at which C Series modules acquire and returns data at edit time using the C Series Module Properties dialog box. You can programmatically change the data rate at run time ...

Right-click the FPGA Target in the Project Explorer window and select NewC Series Modules from the shortcut menu to display the Add Targets and Devices dialog box. Select New target or deviceC Series ModuleOK ...

Complete the following steps to add an FPGA target to your project. If you plan to do all programming in the Scan Interface, you do not need to add an FPGA target to your project. Right-click the chassis ...

EMCNEIL: do we need to include the cRIO_Controller.png screenshot? Scan Interface mode enables you to use C Series modules directly from LabVIEW Real-Time. Modules that you use in Scan Interface mode appear ...

You must be careful in deciding how fast you want the I/O Scan to run because it runs in a high-priority thread. The Scan Period must be long enough for the Scan Engine to scan all the I/O variables and ...

To use C Series modules in a LabVIEW project, you need to configure the project with your controller, chassis, and FPGA. The following figure shows a project configured with a controller, chassis, FPGA ...

The power-on output state is the state that a C Series output module is in when power is applied to the module. Refer to the NI 9xxx Operating Instructions and Specifications for the module for the power-on ...

Complete the following steps to add a controller target to your project. Create a new project or open an existing project. Right-click the project root in the Project Explorer window and select NewTargets ...

Complete the following steps to discover your hardware in a project. Create a new project in LabVIEW or open an existing project. Right-click the project root in the Project Explorer window and select ...

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