Hi, I've got a problem I hope someone will be able to solve...
[I'm currently using LabView 5.1 & NIDAQ 6.5.1]
I am writing an application that should use all 32 Digital I/O ports of a 6025E board; there will be two groups: 16 bits for input and 16 bits for output. I would like to "group" two ports for input and the other two for output (6025E has 32 I/O lines), just to have 2 unique task ids for input & output.
LabView's "Common questions" section says it is possible to group digital ports on DIO-32F, DIO-24, and DIO-96 boards using Advanced Digital I/O VIs, with no handshaking: it says you just need to set multiple ports in channel list. Since DIO-24 & 96 are 8255-based, I thought such a techique would have worked on my 6025E too, but if I use DIO Port Config (Advanced Digital I/O palette) I only get a -10007 error.
So: is it possible to group digital ports on the 6025E too or is this techique limited to DIO-only boards?!
Thanks for your attention and excuse me if my english is QUITE far from being perfect! 🙂
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