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NI Fault Insertion Units Custom Device
Add deterministic hardware fault insertion to NI VeriStand by using the example Custom Device to control the NI PXI-2510, 2512, and 2514 Fault Insertion Units (FIU).
Rating: 3.78
Last Modified: August 11 2014
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Controlling Relays on the Fly
I. Description: This example demonstrates how to control relays while the program is running. In this example, the default values allow the user to manually control all relays with...
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Last Modified: September 06 2006
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How Do I Program the SCXI-1127/1128 in Independent Mode as a 64x1 Multiplexer
I want to be able to use the SCXI-1127/1128 in Independent mode as a 64x1 Mux but I cannot activate HLSELECT and 1 WIRE relay. 1- When using the SCXI-1127/1128 in Independant mode ...
Rating: 5.00
Last Modified: September 06 2006
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VB.NET niSwitch - Making Connections on a Switch
This example demonstrates how to connect and disconnect channels using the NI-SWITCH driver in Visual Basic .NET. For Visual Basic .NET, the NI-SWITCH driver is wrapped into a niSw...
Rating: 5.00
Last Modified: January 27 2015
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Monitor PXI-1056 Chassis Temperature and Fan Speed
The PXI-1056 chassis supports remote voltage, temperature, and fan monitoring through a RS-232 9-pin D-sub connector located on the rear panel. These metrics may be read using the ...
Rating: 0.00
Last Modified: July 24 2007
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How to Create Custom Switch Topologies with National Instruments Switch Executive
This application note describes how to create a custom topology for a switching system, such as a matrix or multiplexer, from independent relays using National Instrument Switch Ex...
Rating: 4.89
Last Modified: March 23 2012
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Using NI-ModInst to query specific information in CVI
This example demonstrates using NI-ModInst to get a list of devices that use a particular driver and obtain useful information about a specific device. For example, you can use thi...
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Last Modified: September 06 2006
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