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To get the maximum bandwidth and data rate, in which slot should I connect PCIe 6612 on my computer mother board ? I understand that ideally this should be connected to x1 slot of the same generation. ...

This tutorial provides an example of how students can learn the fundamental theory behind digital logic counters and deploy these to hardware before the need to learn advanced hardware description languages ...

I have a BNC-2121 breakout board connected to a PCIe-6612. I want to use it to receive a starting trigger and then output pulse signals (generated by the counters) on five lines. They pulse signals shall ...

I have a PCI(e) or PXI(e)66xx Counter/Timercard or a USB-6xxx Multifunction I/O with counter functionalityand I want to make sure the countersare working properly. How can I test mydeviceto see if it is ...

I am trying to set up a counter output task in my VeriStand project using an Counter/Timer Module card, but see error -307727 when I try to deploy the project. What is wrong with the timing source in my ...

Can I read signals from multiple digital channels using one counter input task? Can I read from all the channels on my Digital or Counter DAQ module using one DAQmx Countertask?

I need to know the exact time it is taking to my scope to acquire data in my application. The acquisition time of my Scope/Digitizer is not what I expect, and it is taking too much to acquire the data. ...

This document provides SCB-68A labels you can use with your NI 66xx (formerly referred to as Timing I/O [TIO] Series) counter/timer devices or modules.

NOTE TO USERS NI 66xx Pinout Labels for the SCB-68 Counter/Timer Modules/Devices Using the 68-Pin Shielded Connector Block If you are using an NI 66xx (formerly referred to as TIO) counter/timer device ...

This document lists specifications for the NI PCIe-6612/PXIe-6612 device. These specifications are typical at 25 °C unless otherwise noted. Refer to the NI 6612 User Manual for more information about the ...

This manual describes the electrical and mechanical aspects of the National Instruments NI PCIe/PXIe-6612 device, and contains information about device operation and programming.

This document describes the memory volatility under normal use conditions for the NI PCIe/PXIe-6612.

This document explains how to install the application and NI-DAQmx driver software, set up your PCI/PCI Express DAQ device, confirm the device is operating properly, and take your first measurement.

PCI Express, 5 V, 8-Channel Counter/Timer Device Eight 32-bit counter/timers 100 MHz maximum source frequency 40 bidirectional 5 V TTL/CMOS DIO lines 68-pin SCSI II type connector Cables and Accessories66xx ...

Signal Descriptions Signal Reference Description PFI <0..31>/P0.<0..31> D GND Programmable Function Interface or Digital I/O Channels—Each of these terminals can be individually configured as a PFI terminal ...

PCIe-6612 Specifications The following document provides the specifications for the PCIe-6612 Counter/Timer Device. NI 6612 Specifications This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience. ...

This page shows supported versions of the NI-DAQmx hardware driver with the Microsoft Windows operating system. Reference this information to ensure you install the correct version when upgrading or updating ...

This guide describes how to select an NI Data Acquisition (DAQ) cable or accessory that is compatible with your NI DAQ hardware. When working with NI Multifunction I/O (MIO) models such as 63xx, 62xx, ...

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