Tuckerotl,So sounds like you are configuring the SC-2345 in Traditional DAQ, but then you go to create a DAQmx task and are not seeing it as an accessory. This is because DAQmx and Traditional DAQ are completely separate. If you want to use DAQmx calls, then configure it under the DAQmx Devices, if you want to use Traditional DAQ to program it, then configure it under Traditional DAQ devices. Traditional DAQ is the name we give to the old driver set for DAQ cards. DAQmx were created to replace Traditional DAQmx. So you use either or, but generally do not mix the two. Your card the 6062 can be used with either driver set. I would highly recommend going with DAQmx, they are newer, more efficient, and easier to use. So any way, enough of a history lesson there. Configure your SC-2345 in DAQmx by right clicking on the NI-DAQmx Devices folder, and selecting Create New… >> DAQmx SCC Connector Block… Then chose your connecting DAQ card (your 6062) and so forth and so on. Then when you go create a DAQ task you should be able to eventually see your SCC modules and the lines that you can connect to. If you have any questions about that, feel free to post back. Good luck with everything!
You should see that folder as long as you have DAQmx installed, and a DAQmx compatible card. Now the NI-6062 is a DAQmx compatible card, so that leaves the possibility that the DAQmx drivers may not be installed. So if you could verify if you have the drivers installed or not. You can see this in MAX by going to the Software tab, expanding it and looking for one that says “NI-DAQmx”. If you don’t have the drivers there, you can download them and install them from here. Let us know what you see there.-GDE