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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 ...

On some devices, you can configure high-speed, high-resolution, or low-noise measurements using the AI.ADCTimingMode attribute/property. The following devices support configurable ADC Timing. FD-11613 ...

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

The default terminals used for counter measurements and generations vary from device to device. Follow the links below for information specific to your device. To override the default input terminal, set ...

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.

Specifies the terminal to which to route the Watchdog Timer Expired Event. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application 21AA attr21AA.html

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 ...

Specifies how NI-DAQmx attempts to recover after missing a Sample Clock pulse when performing counter writes. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Wait For Interrupt 12523 Attempt ...

If you do not explicitly specify the input or output terminal configuration when you create a channel, NI-DAQmx automatically determines the default terminal configuration at run time. The following table ...

NI-DAQmx Device Considerations contains information specific to analog output (AO) Series devices, B Series devices, C Series devices, digital I/O (DIO) devices, DSA devices, E Series devices, FieldDAQ ...

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