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Continuous Synchronous Scanning with NI-DMM and NI-SWITCH www.ni.com/example/26490/en/
In a synchronous scanning example, the DMM sends a trigger to the switch whenever it is done making a measurement. When the switch receives the trigger, it advances to the next cha...
Rating: 2.50 Last Modified: November 21 2013 Download Example

Acquiring Waveform Data from an NI DMM in LabVIEW SignalExpress www.ni.com/example/30496/en/
The NI 407x line of DMMs is capable of performing waveform voltage and current acquisitions. However, there currently is not a step available in LabVIEW SignalExpress that will all...
Rating: 3.00 Last Modified: October 06 2011 Download Example

Sourcing 100 nA with 2 SMUs www.ni.com/example/30892/en/
This example program shows how to use a current divider circuit to obtain 100 nA with 10 nA steps using 2x PXI-4130 SMUs and a PXI-4071 DMM to verify the results
Rating: 1.00 Last Modified: April 21 2008 Download Example

Digital 64x64 Switch Matrix Reference Example for LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/30396/en/
Acts as a dynamic 64x64 bit digital switch matrix. Any of the 64 inputs can be connected to any of the outputs. A single input can drive multiple outputs. The matrix of connections...
Rating: 3.57 Last Modified: May 04 2010 Download Example

Monitor PXI-1056 Chassis Temperature and Fan Speed www.ni.com/example/30378/en/
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 Download Example

Programmatically Retrieve Routes and Route Groups from a Switch Executive Virtual Device www.ni.com/example/30294/en/
NI Switch Executive has the Configuration API to navigate the Object Hierarchy which contains information about the Routes and Route Groups as shown below. See NI Switch Executive ...
Rating: 3.17 Last Modified: January 12 2011 Download Example

Benchmarking Reading Rate and Resolution of the FlexDMM Architecture www.ni.com/example/30238/en/
This example gives a clear understanding of the DMM measurement cycle and how to take advantage of the FlexDMM architecture to maximize performance. The program also contains the a...
Rating: 5.00 Last Modified: February 09 2007 Download Example

How to Create Custom Switch Topologies with National Instruments Switch Executive www.ni.com/example/3446/en/
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: July 03 2015

Using NI-ModInst to query specific information in CVI www.ni.com/example/28726/en/
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...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: September 06 2006 Download Example

Switch User Defined Step for SignalExpress www.ni.com/example/27971/en/
This User Defined Step provides the ability to programmatically or interactively connect or disconnect two channels of a switch from within SignalExpress. This code is powered by t...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: September 06 2006 Download Example

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