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NI PXI-6511 digital I/O device

I've installed Measurment and Automation Explorer 4.7.1f8 as we do not have device physically so I created virtual PXI-6511 digital device.

 

with following attributes

NI-PXI-6511"PXI1Slot2"

Serial Number 0x0

PXI Slot Number 2

PXI Chassis Number 1

 

I passed self test and test panel work fine so at this point I assume virtual device works OK.

 

Is there any VB.net example to communicate with device

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Hi AyazHoda,

 

The links below may help you to get started. The first will describe what software you can use and what drivers you need. The second will take you to some example code.

 

Programming NI-DAQ in Text-Based Languages

 

Using NI-DAQmx in Text Based Programming Environments

 

What exactly are you trying to accomplish? What software package are you using to code it in and are you using Measurement Studio Add-On?

 

Regards

 

Chris

National Instruments - Tech Support
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Hi AyazHoda,

 

The links below may help you to get started. The first will describe what software you can use and what drivers you need. The second will take you to some example code.

 

Programming NI-DAQ in Text-Based Languages

 

Using NI-DAQmx in Text Based Programming Environments

 

What exactly are you trying to accomplish? What software package are you using to code it in and are you using Measurement Studio Add-On?

 

Regards

 

Chris

National Instruments - Tech Support
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Thanks for reply

 

There are few questions as this is first time I'm trying to achieve this task.

 

I have three cards PXI 6511, PXI 6512 and PXI 4070, these card will communicate with testing machine.

 

At this point of time, physicall card is not install on system, I am just simulating it using available examples .

 

But is there any developer reference guide in VB.Net ?

 

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I am still unsure of what you are trying to do but if you go to the 'Developer Zone' on the NI site and search for vb.net then you should find some information to help you.

 

Good luck

 

Chris

National Instruments - Tech Support
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