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Using the NI 9469 to Manually Route Signals

Overview
This simple project would use module of Synchronization to route the signal

Description:
This example demonstrates how to synchronize two 9234’s by manually share a Sample Clock Timebase, Synchronization Pulse, and Start Trigger between two cDAQ controllers or chassis using an NI 9469.

Steps to implement or execute code
To implement this example:

  1. Change the DAQmx Physical Channel for Master and Slave tasks to the appropriate channels for your hardware.
  2. Modify voltage limits, terminal configuration, and timing settings for both master and slave such that it matches the requirements of your system.
  3. Make sure that the location names of the 9469s are correct in the Synch case of the case structure.
  4. Wire the 9469s together according to the 9469 device documentation.


To execute this example:

  1. Install the required software.
  2. Connect the DAQ hardware that supports the Synchronization and Analog Input features
  3. Confirm the connection with the MAX with TestPanel
  4. Open the VI and refer the Implement Steps

 

Requirements
Software
LabVIEW 2012 or compatible
NI-DAQmx 9.0 or compatible

Hardware
cDAQ with C series Analog Input (NI 9234 (2)) and Synchronization (NI 9469 (2)) Module

 

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**This document has been updated to meet the current required format for the NI Code Exchange.**

Brian H. -- Electronics & Measurements Product Marketing Manager