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Time is displayed incorrectly - cRIO

I do have a time tab, but it only allows you to select the time zone, and that's it.

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I will try some of this tomorrow when I'm in front of the rio, thanks. But what I am confused about is that when I used Get Date/Time in Seconds, it was showing the incorrect time. So if that's incorrect, how can I use System Config's Set Time to set the time?

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@David99999 wrote:

I do have a time tab, but it only allows you to select the time zone, and that's it.


I think you were posting just as I was -- I think I described the "solution" to this question.  Check it out.

 

Bob Schor

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Copy that. Something I noticed...I'm at home learning labview with just my laptop and I just used the get date time in seconds timestamp and it is displaying the correct time. Soooo.....I guess that just confirms that it's the cRIO. And that labview is not broken LOL

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Have you ever told us what model of cRIO you have?  Also, what version of LabVIEW and what RIO drivers are installed.

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That's my bad. I'm using a cRIO-9074. I'm using LabVIEW 2019 32 bit version. The 64 bit and 2020 doesn't work with the cRIO-9074. And the NI CompactRIO driver I'm using is 20.5.0

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@David99999 wrote:

That's my bad. I'm using a cRIO-9074. I'm using LabVIEW 2019 32 bit version. The 64 bit and 2020 doesn't work with the cRIO-9074. And the NI CompactRIO driver I'm using is 20.5.0


LabVIEW Realtime and FPGA is only 32-bit so far. De cRIO 9074 is a VxWorks system so it could be that the Time Settings tab is different there, but it seems strange that you can modify the timezone but not the time itself.

Rolf Kalbermatter
Averna BV
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