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Hello to all,
I am trying to use my 2503 multiplexer with the TB 2605. I have connected my wires to channels CH10+ and -, I can see it on NI max but I don't know how to configure the topology. Where do I find this? And how do we get a signal (here it is directly a generator that is connected. How can I see its voltage?

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I have connected my wires to channels CH10+ and -, I can see it on NI max but I don't know how to configure the topology. Where do I find this?


There is a "Configure" button at the top of the device page.  That will pop up a window where you can set the terminal block and topology.  You can then use the "Test Panels" to make connections.


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I have configured (I think correctly) my PXI 2503 and I am making (I think correctly) my connections. But I still don't see anything in the DAQ wizard as a supported device...

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But I still don't see anything in the DAQ wizard as a supported device...


That's because the PXI-2503 is not a DAQ, it is a switch.  So you need to use NI-Switch to make a connection and then whatever measuring device you have attached to it, typically a DMM, doing the measurement.


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but how make a connection ? i can't find any document .

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If you are just using MAX, then use the Test Panels.  If you are writing your own software, use NI-Switch.


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