I've connected the USB on the Crio , I'm not able to find the USB drive on the PC. Or is it like that ? And I should just concentrate on the path to save ?
The VI I'm looking at is this one:
If that's what you're talking about, then connecting
If you want to use a Graph (not a Chart), then you'll need to store the historic data too (like you're doing with the 2D array going to the "Array" output.
You could either
That would be more complicated than directly using a Chart though...
I've connected the USB on the Crio , I'm not able to find the USB drive on the PC.
When you connect that USB thumb drive to the cRIO you will NOT get any new drives on your host PC! You need to check for drives on the cRIO! (Again: The cRIO is a computer of its own!)
Try to use the ListFolders function on the cRIO to get all available drives…
Delete the Waveform graph and put in a Waveform Chart.
(Have you taken any of the tutorials? Do you understand the difference between a graph and a chart?)
I've been using the waveform chart all this while , but I'm not able to get a continuous graph line after 1038 seconds as the chart is being cut/ discontinous.
Is there a way to get a continuous graph on a waveform. Chart for more than 1038 seconds.
I tried changing the settings to max limit above 1038 , and it's defaulting back to 1038.
I am puzzled why you are having trouble. Here is a demo of a 4-channel DAQ device (inner 4 loop) running at 100 Hz (wait time of 10 ms) that I ran for >10,000 samples without a problem.
Here's the VI , with which I'm getting a discontinous graph after 1038 seconds . I really don't get the reason why I cant get the graph of the whole time period with the adjusted scale .
Thank you for your precious time.
I'm getting a discontinous graph after 1038 seconds
How does it look like when it becomes "discontinous"?
Did you check and verify the chart history size? Both charts are set to a history of 1024 elements…
Discontinous as in after stopping the pgm , only a part of the graph is visible , rest of the graph vanishes after stopping. I think a waveform graph would solve the issue ? How would I get a waveform chart with discrete output ?