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Definitions Warranted specifications describe the performance of a model under stated operating conditions and are covered by the model warranty. Characteristics describe values that are relevant to the ...

This document provides basic installation instructions for National Instruments bus-powered USB DAQ devices. Refer to the documentation specific to your DAQ device for more information. Unpacking the Kit ...

Skip to Content BookmarksWatch ListSearch PreferencesLog in USB-6501 Getting Started Guide • Last Updated: 2022-04-30 • Tags:  ○ Getting Started ○ USB-6501 This document explains how to install and configure ...

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Before installing the NI USB-6501 , you must install the software you plan to use with it. Complete the following steps to set up the NI USB-6501 device: Install the combicon screw terminal blocks by inserting ...

Software support for the NI USB-6501 is provided by NI-DAQmx or NI-DAQmx Base. Back up any applications before upgrading your software. You must be an administrator to install NI software on your computer. ...

The National Instruments USB-6501 is a Full Speed USB 2.0 device that provides 24 DIO channels and a 32-bit counter. This user guide describes how to use the device. For specifications, refer to the NI ...

Each DIO signal is protected against overvoltage, undervoltage, and overcurrent conditions, as well as ESD events. However, you should avoid these fault conditions by using the following guidelines: If ...

If you are a new user, use the Getting Started with LabVIEW manual to familiarize yourself with the LabVIEW graphical programming environment and the basic LabVIEW features you use to build data acquisition ...

The Data Acquisition section of the LabWindows/CVI Help contains Taking an NI-DAQmx Measurement in LabWindows/CVI , which includes step-by-step instructions for creating a measurement task using the DAQ ...

NI-DAQmx Base examples are available on the software media, from ni.com/support , and are accessible from Start » All Programs » National Instruments » NI-DAQmx Base » Examples . Parent topic: Example ...

The NI USB-6501 supplies a nominal 5 V from two pins, one on each screw terminal block. The voltage source is provided by the USB host. The voltage is nominally 5 V but varies from system to system. Refer ...

The NI-DAQmx Help contains API overviews and general information about measurement concepts. Select Start » All Programs » National Instruments » NI-DAQmx » NI-DAQmx Documentation . The NI-DAQmx C Reference ...

The following figure shows some common examples of connections of DIO lines with standard circuits. In the figure, P0.<0..7> is connected to example signals configured as digital inputs and digital outputs. ...

The NI USB-6501 device has 24 single-ended digital lines that comprise the three DIO ports: P0.<0..7>, P1.<0..7>, and P2.<0..7>. P2.7/PFI 0 can also function as a 32-bit event counter. Parent topic: Introduction ...

At system startup and reset, the hardware sets all DIO lines to high-impedance inputs. The DAQ device does not drive the signal high or low. Each line has a weak pull-up resistor connected to it. Parent ...

With the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 or later, you can use NI-DAQmx to create applications using Visual C# and Visual Basic .NET without Measurement Studio. You need Microsoft Visual Studio .NET ...

Complete the following steps to determine the value of the user-provided pull-up resistor: Place an ammeter in series with the load Place a variable resistor between the digital output line and the +5 ...

The NI USB-6501 features USB cable strain relief, an LED indicator, and two screw terminal connector plugs for I/O. Parent topic: Introduction

The Getting Started with NI-DAQmx Base document describes how to install the NI-DAQmx Base software, the NI-DAQmx Base-supported DAQ device, and how to confirm that the device is operating properly on ...

NI-DAQmx examples are available on the software media and from ni.com/support . To run examples without the device installed, use an NI-DAQmx simulated device. For more information, in Measurement & Automation ...

The NI USB-6501 Quick Start included with the NI USB-6501 describes how to install NI-DAQmx software, install the device, and confirm that your device is operating properly. The NI-DAQmx Readme is available ...

The following figure shows the digital terminal assignments. Figure 5. NI USB-6501 Device Pinout P0.0 P0.1 P0.2 P0.3 P0.4 P0.5 P0.6 P0.7 GND GND P1.0 P1.1 P1.2 P1.3 +5V GND GND +5V P1.7 P1.6 P1.5 P1.4 ...

The following table shows the correlation between terminology used for hardware functionality and for NI-DAQmx. Table 3. Hardware and NI-DAQmx Terminology Hardware Functionality NI-DAQmx Terminology Open-drain ...

Each application software package and driver includes information about writing applications for taking measurements and controlling measurement devices. The following references to documents assume you ...

You can configure P2.7/PFI 0 as the source for a 32-bit counter. In this mode, the device counts high to low transitions on P2.7/PFI 0. The counter can be armed and disarmed and the count can be read or ...

The NI-DAQmx and NI-DAQmx Base software includes examples you can use to get started programming with your device. Examples are also available from ni.com/support . Modify example code and save it in an ...

The following section contains important safety information that you must follow when installing and using the NI USB-6501 . Caution Operate the NI USB-6501 only as described in these operating instructions. ...

The NI USB-6501 ships with two detachable screw terminal connector plugs for digital signals. These screw terminal connectors accept 16 AWG to 28 AWG wire. Parent topic: Features

Each DIO line can be individually programmed as a static DI or DO line. You can use static DIO lines to monitor or control digital signals. All samples of static DI lines and updates of DO lines are software-timed. ...

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