06-28-2011 04:08 PM
I recently asked a similar question but I want to try to re-ask a better question.
Is it well known that using Instrument Driver with 2722 will have easier implementation than LabVIEW with AP2222 via Active X?
I have the option to use either but I was just curious if the collective experience had an opinion about which one might be better to use.
06-29-2011 01:25 PM
You would be better off using the instrument drivers. The 2722G and 2722A are NI certified, meaning that we've tested and verified it. However, the 2722 is not NI certified, and may have bugs. The instrument drivers can be found here:
The advantage of using the instrument drivers is that you have access to the code and functions. If you do detect an error, you can troubleshoot it. With ActiveX, you'll have to trust the publisher of the control that all of the functions work correctly.
03-05-2012 07:52 AM
I am using ap2722 for my graduate project. I have to generate offset voltage from ap 2722 output. how can i generate offset voltage by using ap 2722's labview driver
03-06-2012 04:22 PM
Which driver are you using to communicate to your device? Is it the 2722G, 2722A or 2722?
03-06-2012 04:38 PM
i am using 2722 for project, driver name is "Audio Precision 2700 Series".
Student of Electronics Engineering
Istanbul Technical University
03-07-2012 02:38 PM
As Che T. mentioned, the 2722 driver is not NI certified. I would recommend contacting the company who makes your device or else hopefully someone else on the forum will have used this device driver successfully to set offset voltage.