Multiple Timers, Need to use all of them, in LabVIEW 
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 Multiple Timers, Need to use all of them, in LabVIEW

I am using an ATMIO16L9 National card and want to use all 5 of the
counters. The problem is labview"owns" some of them for data acq
timing. I wrote an assembler routine to gain access to all the timers
and wrote a program in Pascal to accomplish this. Now I want to port
everything to LabVIEW and want to know how to get the following
One timer with a resolution of 0.0006 sec
One time with a capability to measure up to 65 seconds with  .1

Really want to use  2 timers and not get a memory overflow because of
LabVIEWS desire to re-use reference numbers.

Would LOVE to learn how to do this! Are there cool things in LabVIEW 6
that would help?


Dave Korpi

Mon, 18 Oct 2004 23:08:11 GMT  
 Multiple Timers, Need to use all of them, in LabVIEW
LabVIEW would normally access your board through NI-DAQ. You are,
essentially, replacing NI-DAQ with your own driver, so you can use the
same way to access it. Create a DLL with your functions to access the
hardware with a Call Library Node. You can use a CIN also, but the DLL
is probably better.

Wed, 20 Oct 2004 02:28:07 GMT  
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