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FPGA target. help with sbrio 9631

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Accepted by topic author Defested

I think I see the problem. You have ModA (9205)  and ModB (9263) are located under your Chassis, while his are located under his FPGA target. If you drag the modules down to  under the FPGA target, you should be able to add the IO to your project.

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TJ G
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The NI 9205 and 9263 are called modA and ModB. How do i add them so that i can use them with the fpga?

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TREX, good catch...(taking my blinders off).

 

TREX had the answer, just drag them under your FPGA target (don't forget to save the project).

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Sorry for so many questions. But when i try to add them to my vi, I get a broken run arrow. How do i implement this to use the data recieved from the input?

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What errors are listed when you click on the broken run arrow?

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TJ G
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Here is the error message from the broken run arrow

 

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I fixed the broken run arrow, I am getting data now. Thank you for all your help.

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