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To find the device routing table for your device, launch MAX and select Devices and Interfaces. Click a device to open a tabbed window in the middle pane. Click the Device Routes tab at the bottom of the ...

You typically use an integer format to read or write entire ports. In integer format, each digital channel you read or write must fit into one integer. For example, if the largest channel in a task consists ...

Digital level triggering starts, stops, or pauses an acquisition or measurement based on the value read on a digital line.

For digital pattern triggering, you configure the device to detect a specific digital pattern on specific physical channels. After detecting this condition, the device performs the action associated with ...

The following table lists the revised names for digital terminal names. Original Terminal Names Revised Terminal Names Explanation DIO# P0.# Ports on devices are referred to by a number. Port A is called ...

A digital trigger is usually a TTL signal with two discrete levels: a high and a low level. When the signal moves from high to low or from low to high, a digital edge is created. There are two types of ...

This section includes information about deploying applications and using the DAQmx I/O Server for distributed applications.

The dynamic averaging method for frequency and period measurements provides configuration options that can be set before the start of an acquisition. These options affect the amount of averaging or filtering ...

There are several sources of error when synchronizing measurements: Jitter Stability Accuracy Skew

Triggers and clocks are input signals. Exportable triggers and clocks, such as the sample clock, also can be output signals. Output signals that do not have a trigger or clock counterpart are called events. ...

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