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using cRIO chassis slots for general-purpose

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hi,

 

i have cRIO 9004 and cRIO 9103 chassis, labview 2011...

 

as i know, cRIO chassis controls its slots if there present any module or not.. if detect anyone, read EEPROM and so on..

 

but how can i control cRIO chassis slots for my own general-purpose without any module...

when i create projects, it just shows me as chassis I/O

* chassis Temperature

* FPGA LED

* Scan Clock

* Sleep

* system reset

 

i couldn't write anything from chassis slots and see on oscilloscope screen, (for example: using as analog or digital output) ... 

 

Davut..

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Well that's because you can't do that without use of "custom development kit"

http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/es/nid/14548

Every slot isn't standard i/o, these manage certain bus of national intrument, and if you try use then will have to create a circuit and program a driver. 

 

Regards

 

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thanks for your reply

 

in fact i have...

 

-module development kit 2.0

-compactRIO module support 4.0.1

-NIRIO 4.0

 

i know which pins i can use for DIO or etc.. 

 

the point is, i haven't thought that it is not possible without hardware.. i read the manuals but couldn't create all structure in my mind..

So, as i understand from your message, i have some programs but it s not possible to controlling chassis slots without hardware.. am i right?

 

 

 

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08-27-2015 04:09 PM

Try to follow the steps like you will create a new module. Like in this example, but jumping the circuit part.

http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/7868

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