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This example shows you how to acquire data using National Instruments USB-6009 multifunction I/O devices. It will show how to plot the acquired data dynamically both in Origin and LabView. This example shows you how to acquire data using National Instruments USB-6009 multifunction I/O devices. It will show how to plot the acquired data dynamically both in Origin and LabView.
-Note that this VI is created with LabView 7.1. Also, you will need to first install NA-DAQmx before you can open these DAQ related VIs.+{|class="note"
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 +|'''Notes:''' This VI is created with LabView 7.1.
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 +Make sure that you have installed NA-DAQmx in order to open these DAQ related VIs, and the Labview version you're running is supported by the installed version of NA_DAQmx.
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 +For detailed information, please refer to the website of National Instruments.
 +|}

Revision as of 02:44, 19 October 2012

This example shows you how to acquire data using National Instruments USB-6009 multifunction I/O devices. It will show how to plot the acquired data dynamically both in Origin and LabView.

Notes: This VI is created with LabView 7.1.

Make sure that you have installed NA-DAQmx in order to open these DAQ related VIs, and the Labview version you're running is supported by the installed version of NA_DAQmx.

For detailed information, please refer to the website of National Instruments.


The following is the diagram of this VI.

  • Image:LV6009SimpleVersion.png