signal CC 6341

Hi all

6341 USB only generates a 5V DC signal. It works of NI USB-6009, but not of 6341. IM choosing AO, 0, 1 sample (on request) and feed a constant 5 integer to him. With the help of pins 15 and 16 (AO0 and AO 0 GND)

Using Labview 2013 and DAQmx 9.7.5

Help please!

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Have you tried to use the test panel in MAX? It is a good starting point. The other thing is to try other analog output channels to see if none of them work.

It could also be that your 6341 does not keep the value that you are out once the program ends. You have just a DAQ support to write a single point, then your program ends. Try to test the panels in MAX and see if you can monitor the AO line like that.

You can also try an example of shipping from the example Finder (help > find examples). I recommend watching analog voltage - on application exit.

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