Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. If not, why would you troubleshoot your device in the same manner? What is your Sampling Rate specification? The drawbacks are that the output level is limited in range and is not calibrated, and will probably be AC-coupled so you can’t output a DC or very low-frequency signal. Sign up using Facebook. What kind of Trigger function you support? However if the level is OK for what you want to connect it to, or you can add suitable signal conditioning, this could be a neat solution.

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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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USB can measure current directly. Sign up using Daanavi. If not, why would you troubleshoot your device in the same manner? Martinez, Undergraduate Student K.

But, we suggest us because we will guarantee it. Message 9 of 9.

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Yes, we provide pin-assignment information. You need to read up on DAQNavi to find out if it’s possible.

What programming language do you support? Share buttons are a little bit lower.


Here are a few ways you could solve this: Yes, most our DIO cards support interrupt. About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. Jacobson Which daqnzvi do you mean?

My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. 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 labvview at the OS’s driver level, which is one of the things you can’t do with LabVIEW. The answer to your question is “not on a desktop computer.

When you say the blocks do not have help are you saying there is no context help? By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Labvew PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to lanview policies.

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I couldnt find any example in the internet too. Message 5 of 9. There is no way to prevent cpu load changes from affecting timing in your program unless the computer has a realtime clock. Do you support Interrupt function for DI? LabVIEW has functions for buffered sound output and you should be able to get reliable results.


It sounds as though you are trying to generate an analogue output waveform with a digital-to-analogue converter card using software timingwhere your software is responsible for determining what value should be output at any given time and updating the output accordingly.

Registration Forgot your password? Yes, we provide SCSI cable which is shielded. I dont know other blocks. Most PC’s have a real-time clock, but that’s not why a user-level program on a PC can’t do something reliably every millisecond.

I’m not familiar with DAQNavi, or that card, but what you need to do is use buffered output, where you send the card a waveform or array of samples and it outputs them at regular intervals according to its own hardware clock.

Message 2 of 9. Instead of writing one sample at a time, you send the device a waveform or array of samples and it outputs them at regular intervals using a timing signal generated in hardware.