I have had a system operating successfully for 15 years using the PCI 6221 DSP board and the SC-2345 block terminal with 6 ACC001 accelerometer modules and one AI01 analog voltage input module. It has worked with Windows XP and Windows 7.
I recently had a computer die and had to go with a new Windows 10 computer with the new PCI e slots. I upgraded to a PCIe 6320 DSP board, since I do not require any voltage outputs.
I downloaded DAQmx15 and ran NI MAX. The PCIe 6320 DSP board was recognized and says it is functioning properly.
When I create the SC-2345 block terminal, the creation is straight forward. The PCI e 6320 digitizer shows up, the PWR is correct (factory provided Universal Power Supply), the modules are populated, etc.
I finish and the SC-2345 shows up under Devices and Interfaces, but there is a '0:' in front of the name and if I test it, I get a communicating error. The name of the device should be 'NI SC-2345 "SCC1"', but it shows up as
'0: NI SC-2345 "SCC1"'. There is no explanation in any documentation for this change or the error I get. Can anybody help?!!!
Well, I guess when NO ONE speaks up to help, one is stuck with solving it themselves. I did some research and found that I was not loading the correct DAQmx drivers for Windows 10. I loaded DAQmx1800f1 and everything is working fine. I will give myself kudos......
Hi what version on Labview are you using? I am having the same issue when using the daqmx 20.0 but if I attempt to uninstall that it requires I uninstall labview 2020. Did you revert labview back to 2018 or earlier?