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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.

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

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 ...

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

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

Raw data is in the native format and organization of the device, read directly from the device or buffer without scaling or reordering. The native format of a device can be an 8-, 16-, or 32-bit integer, ...

When a DAQ device samples a digital signal, the signal must remain stable for a period of time before and after the assertion of the clock edge used for timing. The amount of time before the assertion ...

A single routing API now controls all the digital routing for NI measurements devices. Signal routing controls the mapping of digital signals or triggers across hardware such as digital multiplexers or ...

Software events provide an asynchronous notification mechanism for a set of DAQ events. Unlike hardware events, software events do not require you to use a thread to wait until data is available. Using ...

The cDAQ-9132, 9133, 9134, 9135, 9136, 9137, 9174, 9178, 9179, 9184, 9185, 9188, 9188XT, and 9189 chassis provide three timing engines for analog input. Multiple timing engines allow those chassis to run ...

The following table lists the internal channel for the USB-9211 device. Internal Channel Name Description _cjtemp A differential terminal with the positive terminal connected to the onboard temperature ...

On an X Series device, you can either acquire a signal present on the I/O connector, or you can acquire a signal that is being generated from the internal calibration multiplexer. The channels available ...

On an X Series device, you can either acquire a signal present on the I/O connector, or you can acquire a signal that is being generated from the internal calibration multiplexer. The channels available ...

You can access Common Application on ni.com or in the NI-DAQmx Help file installed with NI-DAQmx. Common Application covers the following measurement applications: Acceleration Frequency (Analog) Angular ...

To run examples without hardware installed, you can use an NI-DAQmx simulated device. In MAX, refer to the Measurement & Automation Explorer Help for NI-DAQmx by selecting HelpHelp TopicsNI-DAQmx for information ...

Through video and text tutorials, this series will take you from verifying your device's operation in Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) to programming data acquisition applications using LabVIEW. ...

Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) and DAQ Assistant are applications that automatically install with NI-DAQmx. MAX informs other programs which devices you have in your system and how they are configured. ...

Installation and Configuration Refer to the DAQ Getting Started Guide for general installation and configuration instructions. Use the following resources if you have problems installing your DAQ hardware ...

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