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Rodrigo_Cuenca
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Re: Reading time for fetching Multiple Records vs Single Record

Hi Andrew,

 

I change from one channel to two channels and it worked well, I read all the records in about 80-90 ms, I didn't have time to try the Example that you mention but I will try it on Monday.

 

Thank you very much Andrew, even that know I will be reading half of the samples because I am reading both channels it is still 5 or 6 times faster.

 

 

 

Rodrigo Cuenca
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TimmTheEnchanter
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Re: Reading time for fetching Multiple Records vs Single Record

Hi Rodrigo,

 

Will you have an opportunity to test with Configured Acquisition and confirm those results as well?

 

-Andrew

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Rodrigo_Cuenca
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Re: Reading time for fetching Multiple Records vs Single Record

Hi Andrew,

 

I modified the Configured Aquisition Example to read more than 1 record, and it was the same, so I start the VI with one channel and it was like 1300ms, I started the VI with two channels and it was like 70 ms, but when I started the VI with two channels and then while running I changed to just one channel it worked well it was the same as the two channels, I don't know why.

Rodrigo Cuenca
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