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I can't reset my PXI-6713.

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I can't reset my PXI-6713. My os is Windows 2000 , LV 6.1 , Nidaq 6.8.0 . I have another card in the pxi chassis , a 6704 wich I can reset. Im using the Reset vi located in Daq AO . I know I have the right dev number as I can set the analog outputs to any level I choose.
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John,
If you check the Status output of the Device Reset.vi,
what is the error code you are receiving? Or, in other words, how do you know the reset is failing?
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Reset on the PXI6713. I found out the 6713 analog outputs won't respond to the Device Reset.VI because of the way the hardware is designed. I don't get an error code except 0 (ok )on the status output. I know the reset failed because I set the outputs to a voltage and they did not go to Zero. I also have a simulator analog card PXI6704 which would respond to the Reset.
Now I just send zero volts to the outputs and that solves the problem. I think doing a low level the STC Joint_reset_register (72) I could reset the 6713
thanks for all.
P.S I tried this with the CVI Init_ , it did not work either.
John
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Actually, this is expected behavior. If you want your analog output channel to return to zero at the end of your operation, you do have to write a zero explicitly. You will notice in some of the LabVIEW examples they add a call to AO Update Channel to do this. Here is a link to a KB that backs this up. It also gives some insight on why your 6704 operation might behave differently from the expected behavior.


http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/3efedde4322fef19862567740067f3cc/c887a5060a2c3eef86256628004fc86b?OpenDocument
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