Does anyone know what the built-in self-test of the NI USB-6509 hardware or any similar digitial I/O hardware does? Does it just confirm the hardware can communicate, or it actually tries to write and read certain digitial I/O lines?
I just want to have some idea about what it means when the self-test passes or fails.
The self-test is just a diagnostic that checks that the onboard chips are powered properly. The Test Panels actually check I/O.
Is the NI USB-6509 supported by DAQExpress?
We want to be able to configure and test all Digital I/Os using an NI application.