DAQ write + read analog channels

Hello

I need urgent help to solve a simple problem:

My job is to write an analogue channel to a data acquisition device, then read two analogue channels of the device.

It must be made at the rate of 5 KHz.

For the smaller rate I can do using normal loops (or timed loops). But I don't know how to make using the DAQ features.

Please give me an example.

I found something but I don't know if it can be used in this way (see attachment)

Thank you!

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