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NI 9265 Open Loop Detection

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I have a NI 9265 Analog Out Module in an NI 9144 Ethercat based Compact RIO Chassis. That, in turn, is connected to a NI-PXI8101 Chassis. I'm not using the onboard FPGA and it's running in scan mode. 

The data sheet for the NI 9265 says that it has open loop detection that will set an interrupt. How can I access this interrupt on the NI 9144 (or anywhere)? Invoke and property nodes for any part of the system never show anything useful. Where is it hiding?

Thanks, 

—Ben

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Hello Ben,

 

What are you wanting to do with this interrupt? What is the functionality that you are looking for? You most likely will not be able that access this since it is a safety feature to the module. 

Marina B.
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National Instruments
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Accepted by topic author Ben_Manthey
05-17-2019 05:52 AM

I don't really want to see the interrupt, I just want to know how to find out if I do have an open circuit condition. 

I talked to a CLED and they suggested that I just check the error line, which was obvious once mentioned. 

Thanks for the help.

 

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