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Yes, most our DIO cards support interrupt. Here are a few ways you could solve this: Martinez, Undergraduate Student K. Unfortunately, low-end DAQ devices often don’t support hardware-clocked output. Email Required, but never shown.
DAQNavi for LabVIEW Digital Input/Output Programming, Advantech(EN)
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I should clarify that I meant a computer classified as a realtime system, not just the presence of a realtime clock. What is your Resolution specification? Will the answer be ignored again? You cannot do this reliably on a desktop operating system – there are too many other processes going on which can use CPU time and block your program from running for many milliseconds or even seconds, e.
What programming language do you support? If its functionality can satisfy you, you can simply use this software directly without any programming. I’m trying to write a code in which every 1 ms a number plused oneshould be replaced the old number. Sign up using Facebook. I contact the advantech company too, but there was no one could help me. I mean creating a sin wave without frequency oscillation using Daqnavi drivers and advantech PCi card.
If not, why would you troubleshoot your device in the same manner?
I dont know other blocks. Digital and 4 configurable for Digital or 10 bit Analog Outputs: Yes, most of our DIO cards support dry contact wiring.
Can I use cable or terminal block from other company? They have two videos on their site explaining how to use the DAQNavi Assisstant for analog and digital tasks and at the end of the videos they even mention that if you have any questions you can call Advantech support.
Hesi 53 2 9. We support Mathworks only not Simulink.
Message 4 of 9. But, we suggest us because we will guarantee it. But the direction of all channels in one port need to be the same. LabVIEW has functions for buffered sound output and you should be able to get reliable results.
You can access a millisecond timer value in LabVIEW, but as other answers have noted you can’t depend on a computer running a desktop OS to do something reliably every millisecond possibly unless you start writing code that runs at the OS’s driver level, which is one of the things you can’t do with LabVIEW.
For DIO card, can I set each channel with different raqnavi input or output?