1. What is your problem? When you want to create a PWM output you should program it! 😄
2. See the technical specs of your module. At 100µA it will provide atleast 4.7V, at 2mA >=4.3V. It's a plain TTL signal, so you cannot expect to get an accurate 5V output!
What's the frequency of the PWM signal you want to generate?
I suggest to programm that directly in the FPGA of the cRIO.
I configure the NI 9401 pins to "Pulse Width Modulation", but there is no option to set the duty cycle. Futhermore, All the signals are set to PWM (For example, frecuency 1 Hz). Is not an option to set the duty cycle and control these PWM's without programming? If we have to program it, which is the best way to do this?
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but there is no option to set the duty cycle.
Sure there is, right in your image!
You can access the ScanEngine IONode "PWM0" and set its duty cycle value…
control these PWM's without programming?
You are working with a device meant to be "programmed" - and you want to achieve something without "programming"?
What kind of programmer are you? 😄
If we have to program it, which is the best way to do this?
Create a VI, which does exactly what you want (or what your requirements tell you)…
I had taught that it was some parameter to modify in order to change the PWM, but I have checked that you need to program it. I have programmed setting to 0 or 1 depending to a timer.
Thanks to all