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Clock (G Dataflow) NI-SCOPE 17.0 NI-SCOPE 18.1 NI-SCOPE 18.5 NI-SCOPE 18.6 NI-SCOPE 18.7, 19.0 NI-SCOPE 19.1, 19.5, 19.6 NI-SCOPE 20.0, 20.1 Clock functions for NI-SCOPE. Adjust Sample Clock Relative Delay ...

For the NI 5900 differential amplifier, this function calibrates the gain and offset. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in The instrument handle that you obtain from ...

Externally calibrates the compensation attenuator. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in The instrument handle that you obtain from Start Calibration. The handle identifies ...

For NI 5105 digitizers, this function calibrates the external clock digital clock managers (DCMs). DCM calibration ensures that data can be sampled at the correct time in the clock period. Not supported ...

For the NI 5622, this function calibrates the frequency response of the device. The function is called multiple times, one for each frequency point in the sweep. The user must supply the stimulus frequency ...

Externally calibrates the vertical offset. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in The instrument handle that you obtain from Start Calibration. The handle identifies ...

Externally calibrates the vertical range for the specified channel and vertical range setting. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in The instrument handle that you ...

Configures the relative sample clock delay, in seconds, when using the internal clock. Each time this node is called, the Sample clock is delayed from the Reference clock by the specified amount of time. ...

For SMC-based devices, this function calibrates the sample rate of the digitizer. This function adjusts the frequency of the voltage controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) that serves as the digitizer's ...

Automatically configures the digitizer. When you call this node, the digitizer senses the input signal and automatically configures many of the instrument settings. If a signal is detected on a channel, ...

Changes the password used to begin an external calibration session. This node verifies old password against the password stored in the device's EEPROM. If the two passwords match, the node stores the new ...

Clears the waveform statistics on the channel and measurement you specify. Clears the statistical information and the multi-acquisition array measurements. Every time a measurement is called, the statistics ...

Clears the list of processing steps assigned to the given channel. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Processing StepsThe processing steps are added with Add Waveform Processing, ...

Ends an niScope instrument I/O session and performs closing actions. This function performs the following actions: Closes the instrument I/O session. Destroys the IVI session and all of its properties ...

Commits to hardware all the parameter settings associated with the task. Use this function if you want a parameter change to be immediately reflected in the hardware. This node is not supported by Traditional ...

Use the NI-SCOPE Configuration functions to set up the parameters of your acquisition, or use Auto Setup to automatically configure device settings.

Configures how the digitizer acquires data and fills the waveform record. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in Identifies a particular instrument session. error in ...

Configures the properties that control the electrical characteristics of the channel. This function configures the input impedance and the bandwidth. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web ...

Configures the properties for synchronizing the digitizer to an external clock or sending the digitizer's clock output to be used as a synchronizing clock for other devices. Not supported Not supported ...

Configures the custom coefficients for the equalization finite impulse response (FIR) filter on the device. The FIR filter is designed to compensate the input signal for artifacts introduced to the signal ...

Configures the common properties of the horizontal subsystem for a single record or multi-record acquisition. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application enforce realtime A Boolean ...

Configures common properties for edge triggering. When you initiate an acquisition, the digitizer waits for the start trigger, which is configured through the Trigger Source property. The default is immediate. ...

Configures common properties for hysteresis triggering. This kind of trigger specifies an additional value in the hysteresis parameter, that a signal must pass through before a trigger can occur. This ...

Configures the common properties specific to video triggering. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Using Trigger Holdoff for Video TriggeringUse trigger holdoff to skip a specific ...

Configures common properties for window triggering. A window trigger occurs when a signal enters or leaves a window you specify with high level or low level. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run ...

Configures the common properties of a digital trigger. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application trigger slope The trigger edge on which to trigger the digitizer. session in Identifies ...

Configures common properties for immediate triggering. Immediate triggering means the digitizer triggers itself. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in Identifies a ...

Configures common properties for software triggering. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application session in Identifies a particular instrument session. error in Error conditions that ...

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