This file contains installation instructions and compatibility information for RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver.
The RMX Power Supply Driver provides support for programming Programmable Power Supply Devices.
The RMX Power Supply Driver is a plug-and-play NI instrument driver that helps you use LabVIEW to operate Programmable Power Supply Devices. With the RMX Power Supply Driver, you can configure your output power session, program and monitor voltage and current levels, and set up master-slave configurations for multidevice operation.
Note The RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver does not support using the instrument with a GPIB interface. The interfaces supported are Ethernet, USB, and Serial.
RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver 20.7 supports the following operating systems:
RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver 20.7 supports the following application software versions, including service packs.
|Application Software||Versions Supported by RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver|
|LabVIEW||2017, 2018, 2019, 2020|
Download the RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver installer from ni.com/downloads. NI software includes NI Package Manager to handle the installation. Refer to the NI Package Manager Manual for more information about installing, removing, and upgrading NI software using NI Package Manager.
RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver 20.7 includes the following new features:
You can access the bug fix list online at RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver 20.7 Bug Fixes.
You can access the known issues list online at RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver 20.7 Known Issues.
The following list details the hardware models supported in RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play 20.7 Instrument Driver.
Select Help»Find Examples from LabVIEW to launch the NI Example Finder. LabVIEW examples for the RMX-410x LabVIEW Plug-and-Play Instrument Driver are located in the LabVIEW\instr.lib\NI RMX-410x Power Supplies\Examples directory. You can modify an example VI to fit an application, or you can copy and paste from one or more examples into a VI that you create.
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