Emular / Simular Compact RIO

Hay alguna manera trabajar o hacer simulando Québec tengo el RIO Compact the tests? Ocupo hacer unas secuencias, pero aun no tengo el RIO Compact how.

Yo as recuerdo con las Renault suckers hacer tus VI y poner una virtual DAQ, is you can hacer algo parecido? o para trabajar con screw in Compact RIO is space forzosamente tenerlo how?

MUCHAS gracias! Era justo lo than amazed!

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