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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 ...

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 9269 Calibration Adjustment Points node. LabVIEW NXG ...

Generates a sine wave of a fixed frequency from the DSA device. You must measure the frequency of the generated sine wave and pass that value into the DAQmx Adjust DSA AO Timebase Calibration node. LabVIEW ...

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 ...

Configures the specified physical channel on an SCXI-1104 module for calibration. The terminal where you can measure module output depends on the configuration of the module in MAX. National Instruments ...

Configures the specified physical channel on an SCXI-1112 module for calibration. The terminal where you can measure module output depends on the configuration of the module in MAX. National Instruments ...

Sets an SCXI-1122 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-1125 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 ...

Specifies the channel and range on an SCXI-1126 module for calibration. The terminal where you can measure module output depends on the configuration of the module in MAX. National Instruments recommends ...

Configures triggering for the task. The DAQmx Trigger properties include all timing options included in this node and additional timing options.

Sets a terminal to high-impedance state. If you connect an external signal to a terminal on the I/O connector, the terminal must be in high-impedance state. Otherwise, the device could double-drive the ...

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. ...

Converts a comma-delimited list, or range of physical or virtual channels, into an array of physical or virtual channel names. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in ...

Uses the dt component of the waveform input to determine the Sample Clock rate. dt is the time in seconds between samples. If sample mode is Finite Samples, NI-DAQmx generates the number of samples in ...

Reads one or more unscaled 32-bit unsigned integer samples from a task that contains one or more analog input channels. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web ...

At very low sample rates, the anti-aliasing filters for AI channels on DSA devices, C Series Delta-Sigma devices, NI 4330, and NI 4331 devices may not completely reject all out-of-band signals. This is ...

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 ...

Writes multiple raw, 8-bit unsigned integer samples to a task. Use this instance for devices that use 8-bit unsigned integers as the internal representation of a sample. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA ...

Reads one or more raw, 32-bit signed integer samples from a task. Use this instance with devices that use 32-bit signed integers as the internal representation of a sample. LabVIEW NXG does not support ...

Writes data from a 1D array of 8-bit unsigned integers to the TEDS sensor. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application DAQmx Write TEDS Data (U8 Array).vi ...

Reads one or more raw, 16-bit unsigned integer samples from a task. Use this instance with devices that use 16-bit unsigned integers as the internal representation of a sample. LabVIEW NXG does not support ...

Reads one or more raw, 32-bit unsigned integer samples from a task. Use this instance with devices that use 32-bit unsigned integers as the internal representation of a sample. LabVIEW NXG does not support ...

On X Series, M Series, and C Series devices, you can detect changes on digital lines or ports without using a buffer by specifying change detection timing with a buffer size of 0. To use change detection ...

Reads one or more floating-point samples from a counter task. Use an instance that reads a floating-point value when NI-DAQmx scales counter samples to a floating-point value, such as for frequency and ...

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

Breaking the hot junction of a thermocouple or disconnecting a thermocouple signal results in an open thermocouple channel. This causes the channel to return invalid data. Using open thermocouple detection, ...

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