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Hey fancy folk, Problem/TL;DR: I've been having a problem getting all of my timing to sync up for a 4 station tower I'm running. I am using a part of my code to store a start and stop timestamp to analyze data coming from XNET via XY read to determine if a motor is assisting or not. When I first start a station, things are aligned, then after time, they drift (makes sense with clocks based on different crystals). I tried to set the master timebase to the same clock via PXI trig (for some reason my card wouldn't let me connect a clock to PXI star and I know PXI trig lines can
Hi, I have contacted NI sales services but it's a great frustration as usual, so I will try to get some support here Basically for a project I need 2 CAN ports and I decided to go with XNET and Compact DAQ. I have 2 solutions I try to choose from: Solution 1 --> One 4-slot chassis with 2 NI-9862 modules (one port per module) Solution 2 --> One 1-slot chassis with 1 NI-9860 module (this module has 2 ports) I am confident that solution 1 will work well since I already had a project in the past with one 4-slot chassis (cDAQ-9174) and one NI-9862 module. But going with solution