The USB-6009 reading signals

Hello

I use 6009 USB to read the signals of the PMT and other equipment for experiments and I have a few questions:

1. is it possible to read a signal with DAQ assist? I looked around forums and have not seen any relevant element.

2. it is probably true, but I have not yet checked. Is it possible to read the two signals in the same loop (for example, AI0 & AI2 in awhile put in loop)?

I would be grateful if you point me to the right direction.

Thank you

A

P.S

I should probably mention that I want to read the signals with using DAQ hardware help because of the assumption that the DAQ Assistant is slower than a direct measure.

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HEY Fan, Ravens

Nevermind, I figured it out... Well the first step of it at least :-).

Thank you once again,

A

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