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Below is some useful information as to setup for the USB-1208FS-Plus device with respect to the Digital out
Two Channel setup
Used Measurement Computing’s ULx for LabVIEW® example as a start point. (LabVIEW® is a trademark of National Instrument) (ULx is a MC product)
Note NO wiring was done. Use caution as per your own wiring if running an example. Must have knowledge of Electronics.
Do NOT connect two outputs together as Device my get damaged.
Key focus here is on the setup as it relates to the USB-1208FS-Plus
No Clock (this was the only option that worked for me)
Max Rate 200Hz (must be using some internal clock) (the analog input is the Fast Sampling 50Ks/sec (one channel))
|Device||USB-1208FS-Plus (a product of Measurement Computing)|
|Subject||Multiple Digital out lines using the OneChannelForEachLine Method|
|Example used||C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 20nn\examples\ULx\Digital\Generate Values.llb\ULx Write Dig Chan….||nn=your LV verrsion|
|Programming Lang||LabVIEW® a product of National Instruments.|
|Operating System used||Windows 10 (a product of Microsoft)|
|Intent||To show how to setup the Parameters for multiple Digital lines (channels) for this particular device|
|Prerequisite||Measurement Computing Istacal was run so you device is recognized|
|Select IO Name Filtering|
Check the Allow Undefined Name
3 ch with not consecutive ch (notice skipped channel)
All Digital lines of PORT A
Note the bit patterns are auto generated by the sample code waveform generator.
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