Do you provide shielded cable? There is no way to prevent cpu load changes from affecting timing in your program unless the computer has a realtime clock. Yes, most of our DIO cards support dry contact wiring. I couldnt find any example in the internet too. How are you currently implementing this – can you post a screenshot or preferably VI Snippet of your code? This is not a cheap option, obviously unless it’s strictly for personal, home use.
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The answer is no, unless he is using a computer with a realtime clock. Most DAQ card can accept voltage only. I’m not familiar with DAQNavi, or that card, but what you need to do is use buffered output, where you send the labvidw a waveform or array of samples and it outputs them at regular intervals according to its own hardware clock.
Yes, most our DIO cards support interrupt. If the driver and hardware can’t do that then it’s not a LabVIEW problem, it’s a limitation of the driver and hardware.
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daqnai Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Use your computer’s sound output as the output device. Can I use cable or terminal block from other company?
Message 8 of 9. You can access a millisecond timer value in LabVIEW, but as other answers have noted you can’t depend on a computer running a desktop OS to do something reliably every millisecond possibly unless you start writing code that runs at the OS’s driver level, which is one of lavbiew things you can’t do with LabVIEW.
Sign up using Facebook. There is no way to prevent cpu load changes from affecting timing in your program unless the computer has a realtime clock. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. The same answer was given then. If that ins’t the case you should not buy products of this company! Share buttons are a little bit lower. This is not a cheap option, obviously unless it’s strictly for personal, home use.
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For DIO card, can I set each channel with different direction input or output? Yes, we provide pin-assignment information.
Do you support Interrupt function for DI? Post as a guest Name. Yes, we provide SCSI cable which is shielded. Klomp Dec 8 ’17 at 9: You cannot do this reliably on a desktop operating system – there are too many other processes going on which can use CPU time and block your program from running for many milliseconds or even seconds, e.
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But the direction of all channels in one port need to be the same.