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Specifies the upper limit of the window. Specify this value in the units of the measurement or generation. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 1403 attr1403.html

Specifies whether the task starts acquiring or generating samples when the signal enters or leaves the window you specify with Start.AnlgWin.Btm and Start.AnlgWin.Top. Not supported Not supported in VIs ...

Indicates the names of the digital lines or ports on which to detect rising edges. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 226F attr226F.html

Specifies the units of Start.Delay. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Sample Clock Periods 10286 Complete periods of the Sample Clock. Seconds 10364 Seconds. Ticks 10304 ...

Indicates on which edges of the digital signal each iteration of the Timed Loop executes. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Rising 10280 Rising edge(s). Falling 10171 Falling ...

Specifies in seconds the minimum pulse width the filter recognizes. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 2224 attr2224.html

Indicates the terminal to which you connect the digital signal you want to use for the timing source. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 224E attr224E.html

Specifies the input terminal of the signal to use as the timebase of the pulse width filter. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 2225 attr2225.html

Indicates the frequency of the timing source. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 224A attr224A.html

Indicates the signal the timing source uses. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Sample Complete Event 12530 Timed Loop executes each time the Sample Complete Event occurs. ...

Specifies the timing source from which to retrieve properties. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 2249 attr2249.html

Indicates the type of timing source. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Frequency 12532 Causes the Timed Loop to execute at a constant frequency. Digital Change Detection ...

Specifies the physical channels to use for pattern matching. The order of the physical channels determines the order of the pattern. If a port is included, the order of the physical channels within the ...

Specifies whether the Start Trigger occurs when the physical channels pecified with Start.DigPattern.Src match or differ from the digital pattern specified with Start.DigPattern.Pattern. Not supported ...

Specifies the maximum number of times the task will detect a start trigger during the task. The number of times a trigger is detected and acted upon by the module may be less than the specified amount ...

Specifies whether a finite task resets and waits for another Start Trigger after the task completes. When you set this property to TRUE, the device performs a finite acquisition or generation each time ...

Specifies the period of time in seconds after each trigger during which the device may trigger. Once the window has expired, the device stops detecting triggers, and the task will finish after the device ...

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 ...

The following tables lists the default input terminals for various counter measurements. You can use a different PFI line for any of the input terminals. To change the PFI input for a measurement, use ...

The following figure shows the internal routing for C Series devices used in a cDAQ-9132, 9133, 9134, 9135, 9136, 9137, 9171, 9174, 9178, 9179, 9181, 9184, 9185, 9188, 9188XT, 9189, and 9191 chassis. The ...

When you include channels from multiple C Series modules in a task, NI-DAQmx automatically synchronizes the modules. A task can include channels from multiple C Series modules, given the following conditions: ...

In physical channel names, cDAQ1Mod1 is the default device name for a C Series device plugged into a USB or Standalone CompactDAQ chassis, where cDAQ1 is the default chassis device name, and Mod1 refers ...

To determine if a common-mode over-range detection has occurred, use the Common Mode Range Error Channels Exist and Common Mode Range Error Channels properties within the DAQmx Read property node. Common ...

This section contains information on counter signal connections and routing diagrams that illustrate the internal counter routing.

Specifies in seconds the amount of time that elapses after the master device issues the synchronization pulse before the task starts. Read SyncPulse.SyncTime for all slave devices, and set this property ...

This section contains routing diagrams that illustrate the internal counter routing for AO Series, C Series with CompactDAQ chassis, E Series, M Series, S Series, TIO, and X Series devices.

Indicates in seconds the amount of time required for the ADCs or DACs on the device to reset. When synchronizing devices, query this property on all devices and note the largest reset time. Then, for each ...

Specifies the terminal of the signal to use as the synchronization pulse. The synchronization pulse resets the clock dividers and the ADCs/DACs on the device. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run ...

The NI 9361 counter input module supports the following measurement types: Duty cycle Event counting Encoder position Frequency Period Pulse width Velocity The NI 9361 has eight counters and supports adding ...

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

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