03-27-2023 04:23 PM
I am new to LabView and am attempting to create a program that takes a varying input voltage. It then uses this input voltage to output a square wave with a varying frequency, but constant amplitude. The goal is to have the program continuously check the input voltage and adjust the frequency in the output signal in response. I am using a BNC-2120 and NI PXI-1033.
Currently, I am working with these two programs (based on the NI examples) and am hoping to find a way to merge them. Please let me know of any suggestions.
03-27-2023 04:51 PM
BNC-2120 is a terminal block and PXI-1033 is a PXI chassis. You are missing the information on the module. Are you using a NI-6xxx or NI-4xxx DAQmx device?
03-27-2023 07:19 PM
I am using a NI-6xxx.
03-27-2023 08:06 PM
What is the exact model you are using?
If your device supports HTWSP (DAQ Devices with Hardware-Timed Single Point Sampling Mode Support), it provides the smallest latency. See Application Case 1 in NI-DAQmx Hardware-Timed Single Point Lateness Checking
03-28-2023 02:58 PM
Apologies, I was misunderstanding the question.
This is what is installed on the computer. Is this what you were looking for?
03-28-2023 04:40 PM
Open NI MAX. Under My System >> Devices and Interfaces, you will see a list of NI devices connected to your PC. Show us what is the exact model of the device.
03-29-2023 10:06 AM
These are the models that show up under devices and interfaces.
03-29-2023 10:29 AM
So you've two instruments,
Out of these which one does the BNC breakout board connect to?
03-29-2023 10:41 AM
It connects to the PXI-6255.
04-04-2023 08:29 AM
Let me know if there are suggestions! Any help would be greatly appreciated.