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Time Offset in Rapid Block Mode Bulk

Postby fabian » Thu Jul 02, 2015 4:03 pm

Hello,

I'm trying to use the bulk version of rapid block mode this time.
The programmer's guide explains this in a good way. Step 10 of the guide says on page 10 (What a coincidence! :D ) "Retrieve the time offset for each data segment using ps6000GetValuesTriggerTimeOffsetBulk64.".
As I used the Labview examples to get more familiar with the topic, I haven't found this in there.
In which Labview VI is this step done? Or do I have to do it on my own; but what's about the examples then?

Thanks.
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Re: Time Offset in Rapid Block Mode Bulk

Postby Hitesh » Tue Jul 07, 2015 1:03 pm

Hi Fabian,

You will need to implement the function call using a Call Function Library Node (see the Using Pico Technology Products with NI LabVIEW FAQs and Tips post.

Please note that this function will return the times from the trigger point to the first sample in each segment.

Hope this helps,
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