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I'm using LabVIEW to program a data acquisition with an NI myDAQ device in LabVIEW.
When I configure the timing settings of my digital input or output task, I get an error:
When I configure the trigger settings of my DAQmx task, I get an error:
A) Using Timing with NI myDAQThe Digital I/O (DIO) lines of the NI myDAQ are software-timed, which means no hardware timing modes can be used with them. To avoid error -200077, don't use a DAQmx Timing VI in your digital tasks.The default behavior of any created DAQmx task is On Demand samples: Every time the Read or Write function/VI executes, the device produces the requested samples as fast as possible. In this mode, the Sample Quantity attributes/properties are ignored. For more information about the sampling modes, refer to the NI DAQmx help document: Sample Timing Types.B) Using a Trigger with NI myDAQThere are Programmable Function Interface (PFI) lines on board the NI myDAQ, meaning that it can be configured as a general-purpose software-timed digital input or output, or it can act as a special function input or output for a digital counter. Nevertheless, these lines are not wired internally to be used as trigger sources. Therefore, it's not possible to configure a DAQmx Trigger VI in tasks that use NI myDAQ devices.
Refer to the myDAQ User Guide and NI myDAQ Specifications sheet for more information about the capabilities and specifications of the device.
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