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I understand that you can use the SPLIT signals module to split multiple signals from a multi-channel DAQ Assistant. My question is, what is the ordering of the split signals? If a DAQ Assistant has 4 signals that are then split, does the signal that comes out in the highest output position correspond to Order 0 of the DAQ signals (and so on: next highest is Order 1...lowest is Order 3)? If not, what is the ordering?Capture.JPG

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If a DAQ Assistant has 4 signals that are then split, does the signal that comes out in the highest output position correspond to Order 0 of the DAQ signals (and so on: next highest is Order 1...lowest is Order 3)?


Correct.  Whatever channel is first in the list in the DAQ Assistant will be the first signal to be split out and on down the line.


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