DAQmx simulated digital input

I cannot using the simulated digital input function.

I create a digital input simulated in single channel MAX - a simulation NI PCI-6534, port 0/0, mode of acquisition is 1 sample (on request)

When I click on the 'run' button I see the led turn on and turn off, as I expect.

However, when I remove this LbView task, I can not display flashes regardless of what I tried.

Without doubt, I missed some basic notion. Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?

(VI attached).

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Try starting the task explicitly before the loop (and the task of clearing after the loop):

Best regards

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