What I want to do is simple, with a RTD (NI 9217) output a voltage that is proportional to the temperature (NI 9263).
I need to run this VI at a rate of at least 1ms, if I can do 0,1ms, even better. The thing is, that it runs every 500ms, even when I use a timed loop or a metronome and specify it to run at faster speeds.
It was even slower before, it ran at around on time per second. I managed to make it faster by adjusting the properties in the DAQ Assistant for the NI 9217, in Properties->RTD Set-up->Device->ACD Timming Mode->High Speed, but it is still not fast enough.
Here is a snapshot of the VI.
I am admittedly a noob with LabView. I just picked it up 3 days ago. So the solution to the problem may actually be really simple, or at least I hope.
The "y = 0,4x - 10 formula" is to scale the temperature in °C to volts, in a range between 10 and -10.
I am using a 64bit computer with Windows 7 Enterprise.