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Measure the number of changes in a digital signal per minute

Hello friends!
I have boards PXI-6511 and PXI-6513. I am doing a project in which it is necessary to issue and receive digital signals. According to the results of the incoming signal, the lamp can be lit, dark or blinking. But it can blink at different frequencies: 200 or 55 pulses per minute. I need to create a counter that will count the number of blinks per minute (it should turn on only when the light starts blinking and turn off after 60 seconds).
I have been working on this function for the second week and I can not implement it in any way. I ask for your help.

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No one can tell what's wrong from your vague description.

Post your VI (not a picture) and people will take a look at it and offer advice.

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Attached the archive with the project. The top panel with LEDs is the input digital signals that the 6511 board accepts. They can be lit, not lit or blinking.

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I need to create a counter that will check how many blinks an LED makes in one minute.

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Sorry; I can't open a .rar file.  Try using .zip

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You can implement a counter. Now just add your timing over 60 seconds.

 

Counter_Rising_Edge.png

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Поменял архив на zip

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Why do people complain about zip file types? I recommend trying 7-ZIP... you will not want to use anything else afterwards.

Sorta like Notepad vs Notepad++

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I've added some code to your timeout event case that might work.

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Thanks for the help!

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