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Routes a control signal to the terminal you specify. The output terminal can reside on the device that generates the control signal or on a different device. You can use this node to share clocks and triggers ...

Configures the task to stop the acquisition when the device acquires all pretrigger samples, matches a digital pattern, and acquires all posttrigger samples. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not ...

Configures the task to stop the acquisition when the device acquires all pretrigger samples, detects a rising or falling edge of a digital signal, and acquires all posttrigger samples. LabVIEW NXG does ...

Configures the task to start acquiring or generating samples when an analog signal crosses the level you specify. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

Updates power up states for digital physical channels. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application DAQmx Set Power Up States (Digital).vi :/lvdaqmx.chm::/DAQmx ...

Writes the specified binary value to the DAC on the specified physical channel. This module requires a sweep of DAC values obtained from the DAQmx Get 9265 Calibration Adjustment Points node. LabVIEW NXG ...

Sets an SCXI-1102 module to the specified gain value for calibration. The terminal where you can measure module output depends on the configuration of the module in MAX. National Instruments recommends ...

Writes the specified binary value to the DAC on the specified physical channel at the specified range. Specify at least two calibration points for each physical channel and range you calibrate. Use 0 and ...

Sets an SCXI-1141 module to the specified gain value for calibration. The terminal where you can measure module output depends on the configuration of the module in MAX. National Instruments recommends ...

Writes one or more 16-bit unsigned integer samples to a task that contains a single digital output channel. Use an instance that writes 16-bit unsigned integers for devices with up to 16 lines per port. ...

Configures when the DAQ device transfers data to a peripheral device, using the onboard Sample Clock of the DAQ device to control burst handshake timing, and exporting that clock for use by the peripheral ...

Creates channel(s) that use a Wheatstone bridge to measure torque. Use this instance with sensors whose specifications do not provide a polynomial for scaling or a table of electrical and physical values. ...

Creates channel(s) that use an IEPE velocity sensor to measure velocity. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application DAQmx Create Channel (AI-Velocity-IEPE ...

Writes multiple raw, 16-bit unsigned integer samples to a task. Use this instance for devices that use 16-bit unsigned integers as the internal representation of a sample. LabVIEW NXG does not support ...

Writes multiple raw, 32-bit unsigned integer samples to a task. Use this instance for devices that use 32-bit unsigned integers as the internal representation of a sample. LabVIEW NXG does not support ...

Specifies the digital filter type. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Lowpass 16071 Lowpass filter. Highpass 16072 Highpass filter. Bandpass 16073 Bandpass filter. Notch 16074 ...

Specifies the lower limit of the input range of the device. This value is in the native units of the device. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 1816 attr1816.html

Specifies the lower limit of the output range of the device. This value is in the native units of the device. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 182D attr182D.html

Specifies the resting state of the output terminal. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application High 10192 High state. Low 10214 Low state. 1170 attr1170.html

Specifies the action to take when the onboard memory of the device becomes empty. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Halt Output and Error 14615 Stop generating samples and ...

Indicates the number of channels that DAQmx Read reads from the task. This value is the number of channels in the task or the number of channels you specify with ChannelsToRead. Not supported Not supported ...

Specifies in seconds the minimum pulse width the filter recognizes. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 2EF6 attr2EF6.html

Indicates the name of the internal Start Trigger terminal for the task. This property does not return the name of the trigger source terminal. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

C Series devices do not support hardware-timed single-point sample mode or Wait for Next Sample Clock. Analog Input Timing Considerations for C Series Devices You can use multiple analog input devices ...

The delta-sigma ADCs and DACs on DSA devices, C Series Delta-Sigma devices, and NI 433x devices employ digital filtering that imparts a delay of several sample intervals. The filter delays are equal in ...

Device ID Device Name 0x0160NI PCI-DIO-96 0x075CNI DAQCard-DIO-24 0x075FNI DAQCard-6715 0x1150NI PCI-DIO-32HS 0x1290NI PCI-6704 0x12B0NI PCI-6534 0x1310NI PCI-6602 0x1320NI PXI-6533 0x1360NI PXI-6602 0x13C0NI ...

Two NI-DAQmx Read/Write attributes/properties allow you to check for shorted channels. The first is OvercurrentChansExist. This attribute/property returns a Boolean true if one or more channels experience ...

Requirement The I/O needs to be hardware-timed. All output values need to simultaneously update at the arrival of the sample clock edge. Data needs to be exchanged between a time-critical loop and lower-priority ...

Requirement An analog input task must be hardware-timed. The output task does not need hardware synchronization with the sample clock edge. Solution Use the DAQmx real-time Report Missed Samples attribute/property, ...

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