Warning 1910 Occurs When Using Sound & Vibration Toolkit

Updated Jul 9, 2020

Reported In

Software

  • LabVIEW Sound and Vibration Toolkit

Issue Details

I modified the example of Baseband FFT Analysis with Overlap.vi of LabVIEW Sound and Vibration Toolkit. The warning 1910 occurs like below.

Warning 1910 occurred at an unidentified location

Possible reason:
Sound & Vibration: VI automatically was reset because number of channels changed.


Why does this warning occur?

Solution

This warning means that the number of channels that apply at waveforms terminal of SV Write to Buffer API is changed comparing to the default one. This warning occurs only at the first time when the number of input channels is changed. Since this is not the error, you could ignore this warning. You can use Clear Errors.vi to erase the warning like below.