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Traditional DAQ channel Help

Traditional DAQ channel Help

Traditional DAQ channel Help

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I have a vi that was made for me. Im a total newbie to labview. It used a true boolean constant to simulate a event counter input with a switch. I now want to use the DAQ card (PC-DIO-24) to get the event data.

It was set up to activate a event structure. So I did the same with the DAQ channel and no joy. I can send the vi to you to see it.

Thanks

RE: Traditional DAQ channel Help

If I get it right, you are reading a True/False value from your board. If you write this value to the Switch you used before, you can keep the same code you had.
Change the switch to indicator and wire the output of your measurement to it. This should do the job, in case you are reading One Sample at a time.

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