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Search X Series DDK source code for board PCIe-6351



I am looking to transport my software application from M-Series to X-Series.

I want to upgrade from PCI-6251 card to PCIe-6351 card.

I am looking for the "Examples" codes and the "ChipObject" codes as in the package of the time:



                                      tMSeries.cpp .h

                                     tTIO.cpp .h




                                 ai.cpp    .h

                                ao.cpp    .h

                                common.cpp   .h

                                scale.cpp         .h

                                serialNumber.cpp .h

                                aiex1.cpp   .h

                                aiex2.cpp   .h

                                aiex?.cpp   .h

                                aoex?.cpp  .h

                                dioex?.cpp .h

                                gpctex?.cpp .h


I am unable to find the equivalent which should be named :


Thanks for your feedback
best regards


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Seems the X Series was supported in the MHDDK.


However the link to the MHDDK package download only shows a page indicating that the content was archived and you should look elsewhere for related information.


I'm afraid that this is the current state of the MHDDK, gone for good and not to ever return. NI always struggled to find a way to support these type of things. With the new green NI, this is simply not even remotely anything they want to do.

Rolf Kalbermatter
DEMO, TU Delft
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Thanks, that's exactly what I was looking for.

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@dk327 wrote:

Nice piece of archive digging! 👍

Rolf Kalbermatter
DEMO, TU Delft
My Blog
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Just a pity that I did not receive it directly from "Ni".

I made several requests through sales and support services.
I am sent to the community, but the community search engine is not very efficient.

However, the "Ni" material is very efficient and above all very reliable.

In 20 years, I have had no weak point on more than 50 equipment in the world.


Joyeux Noël
A+ 🙂 Philippe

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