PXIe-6674T Trigger Routing in Linux Desktop

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The PXIe‑6674T generates and routes clocks and triggers between devices in a PXI Express chassis as well as to other devices outside the chassis. The PXIe-6674T trigger routing options for Linux OS users depend on the version of NI-Sync used in the system. 

 

  • If you are using NI-Sync 21.3 or later on your Linux OS, please refer to PXIe-6674T User Manual >> Routing Signals section to determine your signal routing options.
  • If you are using a version of NI-Sync prior to 21.3 on your Linux OS, refer to the table below to determine supported trigger routing options.
Use this table to find the PXIe-6674T trigger routes in Linux Desktop
Source Destination
ClkOut PFI
<0..5>
PFI LVDS
<0..2>
PXI_Clk
10_In
PXI_Star
<0..16>
PXI_Trig
<0..7>
DStarA
<0..16>
DStarB
<0..16>
OCXO Ref
PLL
ClkIn                
PFI<0..5>        
PFI_LVDS<0..2>        
PXI_Clk10                
PXI_Clk100                  
PXI_Star<0..16>        
PXI_Trig<0..7>        
DStarC<0..16>        
OCXO              
ClkGen                  
Global Software Trigger                  

 

Route Supported
  Route Unsupported
  Invalid Route (No Connection in Hardware)

 

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