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  1. Hello there! I'm currently working on the control of a machine that does a specific measurement while the sensor (composed of several strain gauges) slides along a sled. I would like to acquire the sensor Data and to relate it to the position of the sled. The machine also has simple User inputs as Buttons and simple outputs as LEDs. The motors are controlled by relais which are connected to DOs. I wanted to use the cRIO Wfm reference library for my project because it seems to be great at this task. My current problem is that whenever I try to start a measurement, I get the error message CompactRIO: (Hex 0xFE4C) You have entered a data rate that is not supported by the selected module and oversample clock frequency. As a matter of fact though, I know that the Delta sigma strain gauge modules support a sampling rate of 10.000S/s but I seem to get the error from the FPGA. I'll attach my FPGA VI and the Measure VI (which is normally located inside a statemachine) for your reference. - all of them written in LV2012. I also get the same error when Using the example VI provided in the RIO Wfm Library. Thank you for reading and eventually helping Untitled 1.vi Measurement.vi FPGA-Main.vi
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