What hardware ar u using
If its a multifunction DAQ card, Go to find examples>>Hardware i/o>> DAQmx>> Analog measurements>> voltage>> and open any continous acq example
this should work better for your application
hope this helps
Message Edited by devchander on 03-12-2006 10:24 PM
Thank you, Devchander!
I'm sure this is basic stuff to most of you, but I'm fairly new to LW. Let me get this straight: ANY sampling task using "continuous" will result in a record that has no gaps regardless of the "number of samples" setting once you put it in a loop?
Yes, That's how data acquired in continous sample mode will appear.
Just choose appropriate number of samples to read for the selected sampling rate.
Welcome to National Instruments discussion forums as well as to the LabVIEW world. I hope you will be successful with LabVIEW and that it will allow you to decrease the development cost.
Some good links that describes DAQmx concepts and data acquisition programming in general can be found here:
Complete Data Acquisition Tutorial
Learn How to Install and Use a Data Acquisition Device
Learn 10 Functions in NI-DAQmx and Solve 80% of Data Acquisition Applications
NI-DAQmx Professional Tools
Hope this helps and good luck!
Applications Engineer, National Instruments