What is NI-DAQmx base?

NI-DAQmx Base is driver software that offers a limited subset of NI-DAQmx functionality. It integrates with LabVIEW and provides ready-to-use LabVIEW VIs and C function examples similar to those in full-featured NI-DAQmx software.

What is DAQmx?

What is DAQmx? NI-DAQmx is the driver software you use to communicate with and control your NI data acquisition (DAQ) devices. It includes an extensive library of functions and VIs you can call from your application software, such as LabVIEW or LabWindows/CVI, to program your devices.

What is the use of DAQmx?

The NI-DAQmx Create Virtual Channel function creates a virtual channel and adds it to a task. It can also be used to create multiple virtual channels and add all of them to a task. When a task is not specified, the function creates a task.

Is NI-DAQmx free?

Yes, NI-DAQmx and most other NI device drivers are free downloads/upgrades from ni.com.

What is the DAQmx driver?

NI-DAQmx is an NI instrument driver that controls every aspect of your DAQ system, including signal conditioning, from configuration to programming in LabVIEW to low-level OS and device control.

What is the difference between the DAQmx Stop Task VI and the DAQmx Clear Task VI?

The DAQmx Stop Task VI and DAQmx Clear Task VI are both used to end tasks in data acquisition programming. The main difference is how these VIs act with allocated resources. Stop Task VI, simply stops the task and does not release the resources. You can start the task again without recreating it.

Does LabVIEW work on Linux?

Development Systems: LabVIEW Full and Professional Development Systems are available for Linux. There is not a LabVIEW Base Development System for Linux operating systems. Installation: As of 2017, LabVIEW for Linux is available to download from ni.com.

Can LabVIEW run on Raspberry Pi?

Most applications looking to run a LabVIEW program on Raspberry Pi or other embedded platforms like Arduino and BeagleBone should look into using the NI LabVIEW LINX Toolkit. This Toolkit allows you to develop LabVIEW code to deploy and run on Raspberry Pi boards up to the Raspberry Pi 4.