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Cannot get signals of potentiometer

The terminal block is exactly what it says. You simply cannot use this dumb device by itself.

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Thanks for the added info, but the 1315 is just a terminal block. It needs to be connected to a device that performs the actual acquisition. What is it screwed into?

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Yes, It is screwed into 1540, which has 8 channels for LVDTs. Sorry for the confusing, I am a beginner of using Labview from civil engineering. I really got confused by the channels, wires and terminology.

 

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Thanks. I just checked, the terminal block was indeed screwed into 1540.

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I think I worked it out. Repaired some wires and reconnected the channels to terminals, and reset the maximum and minimum limits. Seems like I got reasonable data. 

 

Thanks.

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