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Creates a channel to measure the period of a digital signal. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can create only one counter input channel at a time with this node, because ...

Creates a channel to measure pulse specifications, returning the measurements as pairs of frequency and duty cycle. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can create only one ...

Creates a channel to measure pulse specifications, returning the measurements as pairs of high ticks and low ticks. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can create only one ...

Creates a channel to measure pulse specifications, returning the measurements as pairs of high time and low time. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can create only one ...

Creates a channel to measure the width of a digital pulse. starting edge determines whether to measure a high pulse or low pulse. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can ...

Creates a channel to measure the time between state transitions of a digital signal. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can create only one counter input channel at a time ...

Creates a channel that measures the amount of time between the rising or falling edge of one digital signal and the rising or falling edge of another digital signal. With the exception of devices that ...

Creates a channel to measure the angular velocity of a digital signal. With the exception of devices that support multi-counter tasks, you can create only one counter input channel at a time with this ...

Creates channel(s) to measure digital signals. You can group digital lines into one digital channel or separate them into multiple digital channels. If you specify one or more entire ports in the lines ...

Creates channel(s) to generate digital signals. You can group digital lines into one digital channel or separate them into multiple digital channels. If you specify one or more entire ports in lines input ...

Creates channel(s) that use an accelerometer to measure acceleration. You must configure the physical channel(s) with TEDS information to use this VI. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported ...

Creates channel(s) that measure a Wheatstone bridge. You must configure the physical channel(s) with TEDS information to use this VI. Use this instance with bridge-based sensors that measure phenomena ...

Creates channel(s) to measure current. You must configure the physical channel(s) with TEDS information to use this VI. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web ...

Creates channel(s) that use a Wheatstone bridge to measure force or load. You must configure the physical channel(s) with TEDS information to use this VI. NI-DAQmx scales electrical values to physical ...

Creates channel(s) to measure strain. You must configure the physical channel(s) with TEDS information to use this VI. LabVIEW NXG does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

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

Creates a virtual channel, or set of virtual channels, and adds them to a task. If you use this node within a loop without specifying a task in, the software creates a new task in each iteration of the ...

Creates channel(s) that use a Wheatstone bridge to measure force or load. Use this instance with sensors whose specifications provide a polynomial to convert electrical values to physical values. When ...

Contains a Register for Events function, an Event structure, and a DAQmx Task Name constant. You must register the DAQmx event you want to use and configure the Event structure to handle that event. You ...

Creates a custom scale that uses the equation y=mx+b, where x is a pre-scaled value, and y is a scaled value. The equation is identical for input and output. If the equation is in the form x=my+b, you ...

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