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So I am trying to create a task using the Analog Input found in the USB-6009, however, says that there are "no supported devices"
I am really confused because I can see the USB-6009 in my NI MAX, and I can create tasks for digital input.
I read that I need to "Make sure that the task type is supported by the module. For instance, a digital module cannot support an analog task." at https://knowledge.ni.com/KnowledgeArticleDetails?id=kA00Z000000P7OaSAK&l=en-US
but I can't find any further documentation on what specific steps to take.
I am also unsure whether this is even my problem.
I am new to LabVIEW, so any advice you could give I would really appreciate it.
Go to Solution.
Can you share the code you used to reproduce the error?
I have attached an image of what I am talking about.
So the issue occurs when I try to use the DAQ-Assist function in the block window.
Thank you for your time.
Strain measurement requires excitation voltage. USB-6009 does not support it.
It is recommended to use the specialized strain input module.
Measuring Strain with Strain Gages
C Series Strain/Bridge Input Module
PXI Strain/Bridge Input Module
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