NI-DAQmx Driver Error Codes

NI-DAQmx 17.1 .NET Class Library Help

Edition Date: June 2017

Part Number: 370473J-01

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Error Code Description
Error -209849 A time Arm Start Trigger and time Start Trigger are configured. Ensure the Arm Start Trigger comes first.
Error -209848 The time trigger cannot be configured because your device has lost synchronization lock to the grand master.
Error -209847 Specified value is not supported for this property. Supported values are -1 (infinite window) or non-negative numbers up to 15.768000e9.
Error -209846 The property cannot be queried before or during a data acquisition. You must explicitly commit, run, and stop your task before attempting to read this property.
Error -209845 The Sample Clock Timebase property you have requested is not supported by this task because it contains a reference clock device. Use the Reference Clock properties instead.
Error -209844 Attempted to query a timestamp before it is available. Use the DAQmx Wait for Valid Timestamp VI/function to wait until the desired timestamp is available.
Error -209843 Time operations are not supported by this device or task type.
Error -209842 Timestamp requested is not enabled for this task.
Error -209841 A time sync pulse and time start trigger are configured. Ensure the sync pulse comes first and the difference between them is larger than the task sync time.
Error -209840 The configured time trigger is in the past.
Error -209839 A time trigger configured is too far in the future. Use I/O Device Timescale instead of Host Timescale, configure the trigger at a point in the future closer to the trigger time, or schedule the trigger closer in time to the current Host Timescale time.
Error -209838 Synchronization lock was lost during operation. If the occasional loss of synchronization is acceptable, change the Synchronization Unlock Behavior property to ignore sync loss. Otherwise, go to ni.com for more information about sync loss management.
Error -209837 The timescales for time start trigger and time sync pulse must be the same.
Error -209836 The devices in your task cannot be synchronized. This may be because there are no available synchronization mechanisms between the devices.

Some synchronization paths are not available in interactive tools like the DAQ Assistant. To determine whether synchronization between these devices is possible, try deploying and executing your task in your application environment.

Error -209835 The specified property requires all associated channels to use the same range as specified by the Maximum and Minimum properties. Try setting the same Maximum and Minimum Values on each channel or change the conflicting property.
Error -209834 Sample rate exceeds the maximum sample rate for the number of channels and property values specified. Reduce the sample rate or number of channels. Changing the specified property values may also increase the maximum possible sample rate.
Error -209833 DAQmx Wait for Valid Timestamp is not supported by one or more devices in this task.
Error -209832 Specified Trigger Window has elapsed without a trigger being detected.
Error -209831 Not all devices in the task support the specified Trigger configuration.
Error -209830 Not all devices in the task support the specified Data Transfer Mechanism.
Error -209829 Onboard device memory overflow. Because of system and/or bus-bandwidth limitations, the driver could not read data from the device fast enough to keep up with the data transfer throughput. Reduce the maximum data transfer rate of the device. You can also increase bandwidth by reducing the number of programs your computer is executing.
Error -209828 All channels used for the analog trigger source must be on the same device. Remove trigger configurations from the task until all of the sources are channels from the same device.
Error -209827 The device does not support using more than one trigger type at a time with the specified task configuration. Configure the device to use only one trigger type or to use a configuration that supports using multiple trigger types.
Error -209826 Multiple source triggering requires the same number of values for all user-specified trigger configurations.
Error -209825 The specified AO DAC range must be consistent with all reserved tasks on this device. Ensure that all reserved tasks on this device use the same value for the AO.DAC.Ref.Val channel attribute/property.
Error -209824 The waveforms passed to DAQmx Write claim to be sampled at inconsistent rates. Check to make sure the data is sampled at the correct rate and either re-sample the data or correct the dt element of the waveforms.
Error -209823 The function called is no longer supported by DAQmx.
Error -209822 Negative duration values other than -1 are not supported. -1 indicates to read all samples.
Error -209821 No samples were acquired within the specified duration. Increase the duration or sample rate so that at least one sample is acquired.
Error -209820 The specified duration is too long. Specify a shorter duration.
Error -209819 Duration-based reads are supported only in sample clock timing mode.
Error -209818 The selected LED state is invalid.
Error -209817 A device in your watchdog task does not support different output state types. Set all channels to the same output state type or remove the channels from the task.
Error -209816 Self-test of the device has failed because the measured power supply voltage is outside of tolerance. Please contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -209815 DAQmx Write does not support multiple samples in Hardware-Timed Single-Point tasks. Specify a single sample.
Error -209814 You cannot use onboard regeneration for a task with this many channels. Reduce the number of channels in the task, use fewer modules with more the 16-bits of precision, or set the AO.UseOnlyOnBrdMem attribute/property to false.
Error -209813 To create watchdog task on this device, you must specify expiration states for all lines. Specify states for the missing channels.
Error -209812 The selected shunt source option for the shunt calibration is not valid for this device.
Error -209811 The selected shunt select option for the shunt calibration is not valid for this device.
Error -209810 This device does not support shunt calibration for the requested configuration of shunt select and shunt source. Refer to the shunt calibration documentation for your application development environment for more information.
Error -209809 The selected channels do not support buffered operations when alone in a task. Add an additional channel which supports buffered operations to the task or reconfigure the task to use On-Demand timing.
Error -209808 The specified feature is not supported on the attached accessory. Refer to your accessory documentation for accessories that support the requested feature.
Error -209807 The threshold voltage value must be consistent when using the same terminal with RSE terminal configuration as a source for multiple inputs. For example, do not set 2.0 V on PFI0 for one input, and 3.0 V on PFI0 for another input.
Error -209806 NI-DAQmx is not installed on the target system, is incompatible, or the installation is corrupt. Install or repair the driver software.
Error -209804 Your device has lost synchronization lock to the grand master. Any timestamp values for the task may be invalid, but the task was not stopped because the SyncUnlockBehavior property is set to "Ignore Lost Sync Lock." To query the status of your device, read either the ReadSyncUnlockedChansExist or WriteSyncUnlockedChansExist property.
Error -209803 The Onboard Memory Empty value of the AO.DataXferReqCond attribute/property is not supported on this device. The value of this attribute/property is coerced to a different value after Output.BufSize is set. You can emulate the behavior of the Onboard Memory Empty value by setting Output.BufSize to a lower value. The minimum value for this attribute/property is 2.
Error -209802 DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock detected one or more missed sample clocks since the last call to Wait for Next Sample Clock which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the sample clock. To remove this warning, slow down the sample clock, or else change your application so that it can keep up with the sample clock.
Error -209801 DAQmx Write did not complete before the arrival of the next sample clock which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the hardware clock. To remove this warning, slow down the hardware clock, or else change your application so that it can keep up with the hardware clock.
Error -209800 DAQmx Read did not complete before the arrival of the next sample clock or change detection event, which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the hardware clock or the external change event. For tasks using sample clock timing, slow down the hardware clock or else change your application so that it can keep up with the hardware clock. For tasks using change detection timing, decrease the frequency of your event or else change your application so that it can keep up with the change event.
Error -201510 The digital filtering properties must be consistent when using the same terminal as a source for multiple inputs. For example, digital filtering can either be enabled with the same minimum pulse width configuration whenever PFI0 is used, or disabled for all cases.
Error -201509 The logic level behavior must be consistent when using the same terminal as a source for multiple inputs. For example, do not enable the pull-up on PFI0 for one input, and set it to none on PFI0 for another input.
Error -201508 The terminal configuration must be consistent when using the same terminal as a source for multiple inputs. For example, do not set PFI0 to differential for one input, and PFI0 to RSE for another input.
Error -201507 A fatal hardware clocking error has occurred. The device is unusable until you restart it. If the problem persists, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -201506 A hardware clocking error has occurred. Try the operation again. If the problem persists, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -201505 The chassis requires at least one DAQ device directly cabled to it. Edit the chassis and assign a device.
Error -201504 A fatal hardware clocking error has occurred. The device is unusable until you restart it. If you are using an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -201503 The AI timing engine cannot be used for counter tasks. You can select a different timing engine or let the driver automatically select one.
Error -200078 Using USB DAQ devices on Windows XP might result in corrupt data or other errors. Visit ni.com/info and enter info code "WindowsXPUSBHotfix" to obtain a patch.
Error -200077 The NI PXIe-5611 is not configured properly and needs to be associated with an AWG and LO. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5611 and select 'Configure' to associate the AWG and LO. For more information, refer to NI-RFSG documentation, RF Signal Generators Getting Started Guide.
Error -200076 The NI PXIe-5611 is not configured and needs to be associated with an AWG and LO. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5611 and select 'Configure' to associate the AWG and LO. For more information, refer to NI-RFSG documentation, RF Signal Generators Getting Started Guide.
Error -200075 The NI PXI-5610 is not configured properly and needs to be associated with an AWG. Right-click on the NI PXI-5610 and select 'Configure' to associate the AWG. For more information, refer to NI-RFSG documentation, RF Signal Generators Getting Started Guide.
Error -200074 The NI PXI-5610 is not configured and needs to be associated with an AWG. Right-click on the NI PXI-5610 and select 'Configure' to associate the AWG. For more information, refer to NI-RFSG documentation, RF Signal Generators Getting Started Guide.
Error -200073 The NI PXI-5665 is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5606 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO.
Error -200072 The NI PXIe-5606 is not associated with a digitizer or an LO. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5606 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO.
Error -200071 The NI PXIe-5667 (7 GHz) is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5605 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO. You can also associate the NI PXIe-5605 with additional IF conditioning and RF conditioning modules.
Error -200070 The NI PXI-5665 (14 GHz) is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5605 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO. You can also associate the NI PXIe-5605 with additional IF conditioning and RF conditioning modules.
Error -200069 The NI PXIe-5605 is not associated with a digitizer or an LO. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5605 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO. You can also associate the NI PXIe-5605 with additional IF conditioning and RF conditioning modules.
Error -200068 The NI PXIe-5667 (3.6 GHz) is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5603 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO. You can also associate the NI PXIe-5603 with additional IF conditioning and RF conditioning modules.
Error -200067 The NI PXIe-5665 (3.6 GHz) is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5603 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO. You can also associate the NI PXIe-5603 with additional IF conditioning and RF conditioning modules.
Error -200066 The NI PXIe-5603 is not associated with a digitizer or an LO. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5603 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO. You can also associate the NI PXIe-5603 with additional IF conditioning and RF conditioning modules.
Error -200065 The NI PXIe-5663E is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5601 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO.
Error -200064 The NI PXIe-5663 is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5601 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO.
Error -200063 The NI PXIe-5601 is not associated with a digitizer or an LO. Right-click on the NI PXIe-5601 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer and LO.
Error -200062 The NI PXI-5661 is not configured properly. Right-click on the NI PXI-5600 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer.
Error -200061 The NI PXI-5600 is not associated with a digitizer. Right-click on the NI PXI-5600 and select 'Configure' to associate the digitizer.
Error -200060 The same data is being read repetitively.
Error -200059 The selected ports are not connected, so there is nothing to disconnect.
Error -200058 The connection count stored on the EEPROM is invalid. Write a value to Accessory Connection Count to fix the problem. Contact National Instruments if the problem persists.
Error -200057 The network device already exists in the system.
Error -200056 The connection count of the attached accessory has exceeded the recommended limit. Contact National Instruments if the accessory appears to be functioning improperly.
Error -200055 Power-up state section of the device EEPROM appears to be corrupt. Reconfigure the digital power-up states and perform a self-calibration.
Error -200054 EEPROM of the device appears to be corrupt. Contact National Instruments if the device appears to be functioning improperly.
Error -200053 Sample Rate specified may exceed device capabilities for some devices in the task. Specify a slower sample rate, decrease the number of channels, or use a separate task for some of the devices in the task.
Error -200052 Buffer size specified is not evenly divisible by 8 times the sector size. For optimal performance, use a buffer size that is a multiple of 8 times the sector size. Refer to the NI-DAQmx Help for more information.
Error -200051 Input voltage limits exceeded. Protection circuity disabled the inputs, however proper voltage levels are now present, and the error state has been cleared.
Error -200050 Output generation aborted by the reverse power protection circuitry of the device. Either the output signal exceeded the output power limit, or power was driven back into the output of the device by an external source. Error state has been cleared.
Error -200049 Calibration changed the gain calibration constants only and not the offset calibration constants because the necessary offset calibration data was not available. This device needs a reference signal of 0.0 Volts at gains of 1, 15, 20, and 310 in order to perform an offset calibration.
Error -200048 Requested property value exceeds device specification limits. Device performance is not guaranteed. Use values within device specifications, or set the Allow Out of Specification User Settings property to true.
Error -200047 Self-calibration section of the EEPROM on the device appears to be corrupt. Perform a self-calibration on the device.
Error -200046 External calibration section of the EEPROM on the device appears to be corrupt. Perform an external calibration on the device.
Error -200045 EEPROM of the device appears to be corrupt. Contact National Instruments if the device appears to be functioning improperly.
Error -200044 Invalid enumeration value was encountered during export. The exported file will require modification in order to successfully import.
Error -200043 Date specified by the Channel Calibration Expiration Date property has expired. The channel calibration is applied in spite of this because the Apply Calibration if Expired property was set to true. To eliminate this warning, update the channel calibration, including the Expiration Date.
Error -200042 Calibration constants stored in the EEPROM produced an invalid value for one or more analog output channels. The device will continue to function, but the accuracy of the generated signals may be compromised. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, perform a self-calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200041 Calibration constants stored in EEPROM produced an invalid value for one or more analog input channels. The device will continue to function, but the accuracy of the measurements may be compromised. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, perform a self-calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200040 Sample clock rate specified is so high that it violates the settling time requirements for the generation. Reduce the sample clock rate, or the accuracy of the generated signal might be compromised.
Error -200039 Data may be invalid because the settling time of the enabled filter exceeds the period between two conversions on the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) for a task with more than one channel. Disable the filter by setting AI Lowpass Enable to false, acquire data from only one channel in the task, or increase the time between two ADC conversions by reducing the Sample Clock Rate, the Sample Clock Delay, and/or the number of channels in the task.
Error -200038 Data may be invalid because the settling time of the enabled filter exceeds the period between two conversions on the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) for a task with more than one channel. Disable the filter by setting AI Lowpass Enable to false, increase the time between two ADC conversions by reducing the AI Convert Rate, or acquire data from only one channel in the task.
Error -200037 Settings requested through a previous DAQmx Write were overwritten before they could be applied. This occurred either because DAQmx Write was invoked more than once between two consecutive sample clocks or because the frequency of the generated pulse train is lower than the sample clock rate (it takes more than one sample clock period to generate one period of the pulse train). The settings requested by the most recent DAQmx Write will be applied on the next sample clock. To avoid this warning, make sure that DAQmx Write is invoked exactly once between two consecutive sample clocks and that the frequency of the generated pulse train is higher than the sample clock rate.
Error -200036 Requested Sample Clock Rate is higher than the maximum supported per device specifications. Reduce the Sample Clock Rate or use a device which supports the requested Sample Clock Rate.
Error -200035 Clock rate specified is less than the minimum conversion rate of the ADC. Your data may be invalid.
Error -200034 A sensor on the device detected a temperature approaching the device's maximum recommended operating temperature. The device will shut down if its temperature exceeds the maximum recommended operating temperature. To avoid the shutdown, ensure the device temperature does not get above the maximum recommended operating temperature. You can often prevent the shutdown by periodically cleaning fan filters. Refer to user documentation for more information.
Error -200033 DAQmx Write was invoked more than once between two consecutive sample clocks. Only the last DAQmx Write took effect. To eliminate this warning, invoke DAQmx Write only once between two consecutive sample clocks.
Error -200032 Output gain was coerced to the nearest acceptable value, because the original value was too high given the RF Frequency.
Error -200031 Output gain was coerced to the nearest acceptable value, because the original value was too low given the RF Frequency.
Error -200030 A sensor on the device detected a temperature approaching the device's maximum recommended operating temperature. The device will shut down if its temperature exceeds the maximum recommended operating temperature. To avoid the shutdown, ensure the device temperature does not get above the maximum recommended operating temperature. You can often prevent the shutdown by periodically cleaning fan filters. Refer to user documentation for more information.
Error -200029 RIS acquisition was completed, but some of the bins were not filled with a sufficient number of samples to perform the requested RIS averaging. Data for those bins was computed from the available samples. Consider increasing the timeout for the operation. Refer to documentation for details about RIS acquisitions.
Error -200028 Some of the last samples acquired during the finite DMA acquisition are possibly invalid due to counter limitations. Get the Number of Possibly Invalid Samples property to see how many samples might be invalid. Use continuous sample mode for DMA acquisitions with this type of counter.
Error -200027 Sample clock rate has been coerced to the minimum supported value because the specified value was too low. For lower sample clock rates, use an external sample clock or an external sample clock timebase.
Error -200026 Requested string could not fit into the given buffer. Only the first part of the string was copied into the buffer. To allow for the terminating NULL character, the number of characters copied into the buffer is equal to the size of the buffer minus one. Call the function twice. Call the function initially to determine the string size. Use the second function call to get the full string value. In the first function call, pass NULL for the buffer and zero for the buffer size. The positive return value of the function is the string size (which includes the terminating NULL). Use this value to allocate a buffer of sufficient size, then use this buffer in the second function call.
Error -200025 User-defined information to be stored in the EEPROM is too long. Only the leading portion was saved. Refer to documentation for information about the maximum length allowed for user-defined information.
Error -200024 One of more of the properties saved with a later version of NI-DAQ are not supported by the installed version of NI-DAQ and are ignored. Upgrade the installed version of NI-DAQ to a version compatible with the version used when saving the properties to take advantage of all the saved properties.
Error -200022 Attempted writing a sample value that was too small. The driver automatically coerced it to the minimum supported value.
Error -200021 Attempted writing a sample value that was too large. The driver automatically coerced it to the maximum supported value.
Error -200020 Requested number of pretrigger samples per channel could not be configured, so it was coerced to the minimum supported value.
Error -200019 Requested read offset could not be configured, so the offset was coerced to the minimum supported value.
Error -200018 Specified convert rate is too low to be generated using the onboard AI convert clock with the given timebase. The rate was coerced to the slowest possible convert rate. For slower rates, you must use an external convert clock or an external convert clock timebase.
Error -200017 Specified sample rate is lower than the lowest rate that can be generated using the onboard clock. The rate was coerced to the slowest possible sample rate. For slower rates, use an external sample clock or an external sample clock timebase.
Error -200016 An attempt has been made to query the date/time of the last self calibration of a device that has never been self-calibrated using the NI-DAQmx API, so the date/time is invalid. Self-calibrate the board using the NI-DAQmx API.
Error -200015 While writing to the buffer during a regeneration, the actual data generated might have alternated between old data and new data. That is, while the driver was replacing the old pattern in the buffer with the new pattern, the device might have generated a portion of new data, then a portion of old data, and then a portion of new data again. Reduce the sample rate, use a larger buffer, or refer to documentation about DAQmx Write for information about other ways to avoid this warning.
Error -200014 The combination of sample rate and buffer size settings could result in a large number of interrupts, causing the system to hang. Decrease your sample rate, or increase your buffer size. For acquisitions without a reference trigger, you can disallow buffer overwrites. For generations, you can disable the regeneration of old samples.
Error -200013 User-defined information string entered exceeds the maximum allowable string length. The string will be truncated to its maximum allowable length.
Error -200012 Clock rate specified exceeds the maximum conversion rate of the ADC. ADC overrun errors are likely.
Error -200011 Clock rate specified is so high that it violates the settling time requirements for the acquisition. Reduce the clock rate, or the accuracy of the measurement might be compromised.
Error -200010 Finite acquisition or generation has been stopped before the requested number of samples were acquired or generated.
Error -200009 Counter 1 DMA acquisition started while starting, committing, stopping, or uncommitting an analog output (AO) task. This could cause the counter acquisition to stop. If possible, use counter 0 instead of counter 1. Otherwise, start/commit the AO task before starting the counter 1 DMA acquisition, and stop/uncommit the AO task after stopping the counter 1 DMA acquisition.
Error -200008 Counter 0 DMA acquisition started while starting, committing, stopping, or uncommitting an analog input (AI) task. This could cause the counter acquisition to stop. If possible, use counter 1 instead of counter 0. Otherwise, start/commit the AI task before starting the counter 0 DMA acquisition, and stop/uncommit the AI task after stopping the counter 0 DMA acquisition.
Error -200007 PLL was unlocked. Your data might be invalid.
Error -200005 ADC for one or more channels was overloaded. Your data might be invalid.
Error -200004 Input termination resistor for one or more channels was overloaded. Your data might be invalid.
Error -200003 Absolute timestamp counter has rolled over.
Error -200003 Channel cannot be used more than once inside a list of channels. If you need to use the same physical channel more than once inside your list of channels, refer to that physical channel under different names.
Error -200004 Data requested has been overwritten in the device memory.
Error -200005 Data requested has not been acquired yet.
Error -200006 Record requested has been overwritten in the device memory.
Error -200007 Record requested has not been acquired yet .
Error -200008 Stop trigger has not occurred yet.
Error -200009 Timestamps have been overwritten. You can no longer read any data.
Error -200010 Onboard device memory overflow. Because of system and/or bus-bandwidth limitations, the driver could not read data from the device fast enough to keep up with the device throughput. Reduce your sample rate. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. You can also use a product with more onboard memory or reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently.
Error -200011 Task cannot contain both input and output channels. Either use channels of one direction in a task or make two separate tasks.
Error -200012 Specified physical channel does not support digital output. Change the direction of the task, use another terminal, or use another device.
Error -200014 Terminal cannot appear multiple times within a single digital input or output task.
Error -200015 Communication with SCXI failed. The communication cable to the SCXI hardware might have been disconnected or exposed to excessive noise.
Error -200016 Onboard device memory underflow. Because of system and/or bus-bandwidth limitations, the driver could not write data to the device fast enough to keep up with the device output rate. Reduce your sample rate. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. You can also use a product with more onboard memory or reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently.
Error -200017 Onboard device memory underflow. Not enough new data has been sampled since the last read or the start of the measurement. Increase the sample rate, increase the timeout value, or decrease the number of samples to read.
Error -200018 DAC conversion attempted before data to be converted was available. Decrease the output frequency to increase the period between DAC conversions, or reduce the size of your output buffer in order to write data more often. If you are using an external clock, check your signal for the presence of noise or glitches.
Error -200019 ADC conversion attempted before the prior conversion was complete. Increase the period between ADC conversions. If you are using an external clock, check your signal for the presence of noise or glitches.
Error -200020 Self-test of the device has failed.
Error -200022 Resource requested by this task has already been reserved by a different task.
Error -200023 Script contains an invalid character or symbol. Replace the invalid character with a valid symbol or alphanumeric character.
Error -200024 Valid identifier expected but not found in script. The identifier should specify a valid waveform or script name. Identifiers cannot start with a number.
Error -200025 Script name was expected, but not found in the script.
Error -200026 Waveform name was expected, but not found in the script.
Error -200027 Keyword was expected, but not found in the script.
Error -200028 Waveform referenced in the script was not found in onboard memory. Write the waveform to the device before writing the script.
Error -200029 Marker specified in a generate instruction exceeds the waveform boundaries. Change the marker position or positions to fit within the waveform, or increase the size of the waveform.
Error -200030 Subset specified in a generate instruction exceeds the waveform boundaries. Change the subset start offset and/or subset length so the subset fits within the waveform, or increase the size of the waveform.
Error -200031 Marker position specified is not a multiple of alignment quantum.
Error -200032 Subset length specified is not valid. Change the subset length to be longer than zero samples and a multiple of the alignment quantum.
Error -200033 Start offset of the subset is not a multiple of the alignment quantum.
Error -200034 Marker position exceeds the length of the subset.
Error -200035 Repeat loop is contained within too many levels of nested repeat loops. Unroll one of the "repeat" loops if possible, or change the script and run it several times. To unroll a loop, remove the "repeat" and "end repeat" instructions and explicitly replicate the instructions of the removed loop the desired number of times.
Error -200036 Number of iterations specified for a finite "repeat" loop is invalid.
Error -200037 "Clear trigger" instruction cannot be the last instruction of a "repeat" loop.
Error -200038 "Wait" instruction cannot be the last instruction of a "repeat until" loop.
Error -200039 Routing information associated with your device cannot be found.
Error -200040 Source terminal to be routed could not be found on the device. Make sure the terminal name is valid for the specified device. Refer to Measurement & Automation Explorer for valid terminal names.
Error -200041 Destination terminal to be routed could not be found on the device. Make sure the terminal name is valid for the specified device. Refer to Measurement & Automation Explorer or your hardware documentation for valid terminal names.
Error -200042 Inversion requested is not possible. Either the hardware between the source and destination terminals does not support the inversion, or other routes in the task might be interfering with this route.
Error -200043 Hardware necessary for this route is in use by another task or tasks.
Error -200044 Route cannot be made between the source and destination terminals. Either the hardware does not support this route or other routes might be interfering with this route.
Error -200045 Device was removed or powered down between task verification and reservation. Ensure that the device is not being reset.
Error -200046 Invalid identifier at the end of the switch action. A connection separator, sequence separator, or valid switch action terminator must follow a switch action.
Error -200047 Invalid identifier after the device identifier in the list entry.
Error -200048 Invalid trigger line in the "<sac>" or "<wfa>" statement in the list entry. Refer to the documentation for valid trigger lines.
Error -200049 Invalid value in the "<repeat>" statement in the list entry. The syntax for a repeat statement is "<repeat integer>". Refer to the documentation for valid integer values.
Error -200050 Invalid channel name in the list entry. Refer to the documentation for valid channel names for the device in use.
Error -200051 Invalid identifier after a separator in the list entry.
Error -200052 Invalid identifier instead of an expected connection operator, "->", in the list entry. Refer to the documentation for proper syntax for connections involving channel ranges.
Error -200053 Channels in switch actions cannot span different devices.
Error -200054 Semicolon or a semicolon modifier must follow a connection range statement. Refer to the documentation for information on connection ranges and semicolon modifiers.
Error -200055 Device identifier not specified in the list entry.
Error -200056 Channel name not specified in the list entry.
Error -200057 Duplicate device identifier in the device list. This is not allowed when waiting for devices to settle.
Error -200058 Identifier in the list entry is too long.
Error -200059 List cannot end with the connection separator "&".
Error -200060 Fully specified path cannot contain a connection range.
Error -200061 Invalid identifier in the list entry. The connection separator "&" or sequence separator "&&" was expected.
Error -200062 Invalid identifier instead of an expected connection operator "->" in the list entry.
Error -200063 Invalid identifier instead of an expected terminator in the list entry.
Error -200064 Unexpected connection separator "&" or sequence separator "&&" in the list entry.
Error -200065 Action at the designated position in the scanlist is not valid for the device.
Error -200066 Connection operator is invalid at the designated point in the list entry.
Error -200067 Settling time constraints for the device could not be satisfied. Refer to the documentation for details about settling time constraints.
Error -200068 Scanning is not supported by the specified device.
Error -200069 Device specified is not a valid switch device.
Error -200070 Advance trigger type specified is not supported by the device.
Error -200071 Number of physical channels is too large.
Error -200072 Duplicate channels in the list of physical channels are not supported by this device.
Error -200073 SCXI module specified in the hardware configuration was not found. Make sure that the SCXI chassis is powered on, the SCXI cable is properly connected between the chassis communicator and the SCXI module, and that the cabled module specified in the hardware configuration is present in the specified slot.
Error -200074 Device unable to store calibration constants. Make sure that your hardware is properly installed, and test the regular operation of the device.
Error -200075 Voltage data supplied is outside of the specified range. Change the range or the data. Refer to the documentation for more information about possible ranges.
Error -200076 Current data supplied is outside of the specified range.
Error -200077 Requested value is not a supported value for this property. The property value may be invalid because it conflicts with another property.
Error -200078 Analog input (AI) task started or committed during a counter 0 DMA acquisition. If possible, use counter 1 instead of counter 0. Otherwise, start/commit the AI task before starting the counter 0 DMA acquisition.
Error -200079 Analog output (AO) task started or committed during a counter 1 DMA acquisition. If possible, use counter 0 instead of counter 1. Otherwise, commit the AO task before starting the counter 1 DMA acquisition.
Error -200081 Sample rate exceeds the maximum sample rate for the number of channels specified. Reduce the sample rate or the number of channels. Increasing the convert rate or reducing the sample delay might also alleviate the problem, if you set either of them.
Error -200082 Minimum is greater than or equal to the maximum. Ensure the maximum value is greater than the minimum value. If using a custom scale, ensure that the scaled maximum is greater than the scaled minimum.
Error -200086 Physical channel range syntax in the input string is invalid because multiple devices were listed in the string.
Error -200087 Channel is not in the task, and the channel is not a valid global channel. Make sure that the channel is in the task or that the channel is a valid global channel. If you explicitly named the virtual channel in DAQmx Create Channel, you must use the name assigned to that channel. Also, check for typing errors.
Error -200088 Task specified is invalid or does not exist.
Error -200089 Task name specified conflicts with an existing task name.
Error -200090 Shared library was not found. This error might be the result of an inadvertent deletion of an NI-DAQmx component. Reinstall NI-DAQmx, or download the latest version of the driver from the National Instruments website at ni.com. If the error is still returned, contact NI Technical Support.
Error -200091 Shared library version installed is incorrect. This error might be the result of an incorrect installation of NI-DAQmx or a related software package. Reinstall NI-DAQmx, or download the latest version of the driver from the National Instruments website at ni.com. If the error is still returned, contact NI Technical Support.
Error -200092 Function supported for channel-based tasks only.
Error -200093 Attempted to retrieve channel properties from a multichannel task without selecting a specific channel. Use the Active Channel property to select a specific channel from which to retrieve properties.
Error -200094 Digital waveform expected as input.
Error -200095 Analog waveform expected as input.
Error -200096 Number of samples to read must be -1 or greater.
Error -200097 Attempted to retrieve channel properties from a multichannel task with more than one channel selected. You must select an individual channel to retrieve channel properties. If you are programming with LabVIEW, use the Active Channel property to specify the individual channel.
Error -200098 Number of terminals requested cannot be greater than 1.
Error -200099 Physical channel not specified.
Error -200100 Specified DAQmx Read only can be used to read from a single channel. Use the multichannel DAQmx Read.
Error -200101 Number of channels in data to write does not match the number of channels in the task.
Error -200102 Pattern width specified does not match the number of lines in the digital channel.
Error -200103 Number of samples to write must be the same for every channel.
Error -200104 Bracket character ("[" or "]") at the specified position in the list is invalid. Matching bracket cannot be found. Check for nested fully specified paths or incorrectly paired brackets.
Error -200105 Channel is invalid for the excitation mode of the SCXI-1122. Disable multiplexed excitation, or use one of the physical channels between ai0 and ai7.
Error -200106 Property must have the same value for all channels on this device.
Error -200107 Module specified in the hardware configuration is not the module found. Make sure that the module specified in the hardware configuration is present in the specified slot.
Error -200108 Calibration session is already open on this device. You can have only one open calibration session for each device. Use the handle obtained when the calibration session for this device was originally opened.
Error -200109 Password is longer than four characters.
Error -200110 Password supplied is incorrect.
Error -200111 Password is required for this operation.
Error -200112 Calibration handle is invalid. Open a calibration session to get a valid calibration handle. Use the valid calibration handle obtained when the calibration session was opened.
Error -200113 Device temperature is outside of the required range for calibration.
Error -200116 Lines on the 8255 chip for this device are configured for output. Cannot tristate these lines at this time. Read values using an input task on another port.
Error -200117 Port C cannot be used for data input/output in a handshaking task.
Error -200118 Port reserved for handshaking. Cannot reserve this port or any of its lines for another task at this time.
Error -200119 Port is configured for static digital operations by another task. Cannot configure this port or any of its lines for handshaking at this time.
Error -200120 Port is configured for input. Cannot configure this port or any of its lines for output at this time.
Error -200121 Port is configured for output. Cannot configure this port or any of its lines for input at this time.
Error -200122 Lines 0 through 3 of this port are configured for input. Cannot configure these lines for output at this time.
Error -200123 Lines 0 through 3 of this port are configured for output. Cannot configure these lines for input at this time.
Error -200124 Lines 4 to 7 of this port are configured for input. Cannot configure these lines for output at this time.
Error -200125 Lines 4 through 7 of this port are configured for output. Cannot configure these lines for input at this time.
Error -200126 Lines on port C cannot be used for both handshaking control and static digital operations on an 8255 chip. Handshaking tasks automatically reserve some lines on port C as control lines. These lines cannot be reserved for static digital operations when the device is configured for handshaking. There are two likely causes for this error: 1. An attempt was made to reserve the lines for static digital operations when a handshaking task was previously configured. 2. An attempt was made to create a handshaking task when the lines were previously reserved for static digital operations. Refer to the documentation for information about which lines on port C are not available when the 8255 chip is in handshaking mode.
Error -200127 Port 0 or any of its lines cannot be used to create a handshaking task. Use port 1 or port 2 of the 8255 chip on this device for handshaking.
Error -200128 Property must have the same value for all repeated physical channels. Set the same property value for all of the channels.
Error -200130 Timebase divisor cannot be set for an external clock. You cannot divide down an externally supplied clock. If you want to divide down an external clock, specifiy an external timebase source instead and set the clock source to be internal.
Error -200131 Analog trigger source must be the first channel in the acquisition or a valid analog trigger terminal. If you explicitly named the virtual channel in DAQmx Create Channel, you must use the name assigned to that channel.
Error -200132 External timebase rate must be specified to translate the derived clock or timebase rate into ticks. Set the external timebase rate, or set the divisor instead of the clock or timebase rate.
Error -200133 Counter timebase source, counter timebase rate, master timebase divisor, and master timebase rate settings are inconsistent with one another. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following constraint: Master Timebase Rate / Master Timebase Divisor = Counter Timebase Rate
Error -200134 Counter timebase source and counter timebase rate settings are inconsistent with one another. For internal counter timebase source selections, if the counter timebase rate is set, its value must match the rate corresponding to the counter timebase source. For example, 20 MHz corresponds to a rate of 20,000,000 Hz.
Error -200135 Counter timebase source and counter timebase master timebase divisor settings are inconsistent with one another. If the divisor is specified, the following must apply: Master Timebase Rate / Counter Timebase Master Timebase Divisor = Rate corresponding to Counter Timebase Source.
Error -200136 Frequency and Initial Delay property values are inconsistent with one or more counter timebase properties. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following constraint: Counter Timebase Rate / Counter Maximum Count <= X <= Counter Timebase Rate / 2 where X = Frequency and 1 / Initial Delay, and where Counter Timebase Rate = Master Timebase Rate / Counter Timebase Master Timebase Divisor or is inferred from the Counter Timebase Source selection.
Error -200137 Initial Delay, High Time, and Low Time property values are inconsistent with one or more counter timebase properties. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following restraint: 2 / Counter Timebase Rate <= X <= Counter Maximum Count/ Counter Timebase Rate where X = Initial Delay, High Time, and Low Time, and where Counter Timebase Rate = Master Timebase Rate / Counter Timebase Master Timebase Divisor or is inferred from the Counter Timebase Source selection.
Error -200138 A timebase could not be selected that covers the entire range specified in the Maximum and Minimum properties. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following constraints: Maximum <= Counter Maximum Count / Counter Timebase Rate Minimum >= 2 / Counter Timebase Rate.
Error -200139 A timebase could not be selected that covers the entire range specified in the Maximum and Minimum properties. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following constraints: Maximum <= Counter Timebase Rate / 2 Minimum >= Counter Timebase Rate / Counter Maximum Count.
Error -200140 Two consecutive active edges of the input signal occurred without a counter timebase edge. Use a faster counter timebase.
Error -200141 Data was overwritten before it could be read by the system. If Data Transfer Mechanism is Interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. Otherwise, divide the input signal before taking the measurement.
Error -200142 Internal timebase could not be found that matches the rate specified in the Counter Timebase Rate property.
Error -200143 Counter timebase rate must be specified for external counter timebase sources in order for frequency and/or time calculations to be made correctly. Set the Counter Timebase Rate property to the appropriate value for your external source.
Error -200144 Pause trigger is only valid for continuous pulse generations. Change the sample mode to continuous, or do not use the pause trigger.
Error -200145 Pause trigger is only valid for event counting if sample clock is not used.
Error -200146 Pause and start triggers cannot both be active in this task.
Error -200147 There cannot be multiple counters in the same task for input operations. Use a separate task for each counter.
Error -200148 FREQOUT counter cannot generate the desired frequency. The FREQOUT counter is a 4-bit counter that can divide either the master timebase rate / 2 or the master timebase rate / 200 by a number between one and 16. Choose a frequency within this range.
Error -200149 External timebase rate must be specified to translate the delay into ticks. Set the external timebase rate, or set the delay in units of ticks.
Error -200150 Channel is not available when the module is in parallel mode.
Error -200151 Your SCXI system is not set up for performing analog input operations on given channels. The SCXI module cabled to your digitizer cannot route analog signals from other modules to the digitizer, or is not configured to route them. To perform the desired operation with multiple SCXI modules and one digitizer, cable the digitizer to one of the analog input modules. The module your channels are on is one such module. Then, update the chassis configuration in MAX to reflect cabling change, and ensure that the cabled module is in multiplexed mode. Alternatively, you can use multiple digitizers and SCXI modules in parallel mode. For detailed information about cabling, refer to documentation.
Error -200152 Data read from the EEPROM on the device is invalid. Verify that any accessories configured with this device are connected. If the problem continues, contact National Instruments Technical Support. The device might need to be recalibrated or repaired by NI.
Error -200153 Reference voltage applied for calibration is outside the range defined for calibration of this device. Ensure that the reference voltage falls within the range specified for this device.
Error -200154 Reference current applied for calibration is outside the range defined for calibration of this device. Ensure that the reference current falls within the range specified for this device.
Error -200155 Reference resistance applied for calibration is outside the range defined for calibration of this device. Ensure that the reference resistance falls within the range specified for this device.
Error -200156 Reference frequency applied for calibration is outside the range defined for calibration of this device. Ensure that the reference frequency falls within the range specified for this device.
Error -200157 Device could not complete the calibration operation. Calibration could fail for the following reasons: 1. The actual reference signal applied for calibration was different from the value you specified. Ensure that the reference signal applied is the same as the values that were input. 2. The reference signal was not stable over the period of time that the hardware was being calibrated. Ensure that the reference signal specified is free of noise and does not drift over the duration of the calibration. 3. The device is not functioning properly.
Error -200158 Requested operation could not be performed because the necessary digital lines could not be reserved by SCXI. Another task might have reserved these lines previously. For example, E Series devices use lines 0, 1, 2, and 4 on port 0 to communicate with the SCXI module.
Error -200159 Requested operation could not be performed because the digital lines are being used for communication with SCXI or a TEDS carrier. For example, E Series devices use lines 0, 1, 2, and 4 on port 0 to communicate with a SCXI module. Therefore, you cannot use lines 0, 1, 2, and 4 for regular digital I/O.
Error -200160 Channel could not be created. All channels must be created before the task is verified. Before I/O can be performed or properties can be retrieved, tasks are verified. Channels must be created before these actions can occur.
Error -200161 Device to which the sensor is attached does not have an available internal excitation source. Select another device with an available internal excitation source or supply external excitation.
Error -200162 2-wire resistance configuration is incompatible with voltage excitation.
Error -200163 Completion resistance value, R1, cannot be zero if the circuit uses voltage excitation.
Error -200166 Output buffer underwrite. Your application was unable to write samples to the background buffer fast enough for the device to get new samples at the specified sample rate. To avoid this error, you can do any the following: 1. Increase the size of the background buffer by configuring the buffer. 2. Increase the number of samples you write each time you invoke a write operation. 3. Write samples more often. 4. Reduce your sample rate. 5. Change the data transfer mechanism from interrupts to DMA. 6. Initially write a sufficient number of samples to satisfy the specified data transfer request condition. 7. Reduce the number of applications that your computer is executing concurrently. In addition, if you do not need to ensure that each sample is generated once and only once, you can set the regeneration mode to allow regeneration.
Error -200167 Device cannot acquire from _cjTemp and other channels in the same task. Create one task for reading _cjTemp and another task for the other channels.
Error -200168 Number of channels to acquire exceeds the device maximum. Reduce the number of channels. In some cases, you can access a large number of channels if they are identically configured and created consecutively. Refer to the documentation for more information.
Error -200169 Memory mapping can be enabled only if Data Transfer Mechanism is Programmed IO. Enable memory mapping only when Data Transfer Mechanism is Programmed IO.
Error -200170 Physical channel specified does not exist on this device. Refer to the documentation for channels available on this device.
Error -200171 Virtual channel cannot be created. Another virtual channel with this name already exists.
Error -200172 Buffer size must be zero when Data Transfer Mechanism is Programmed IO. Set buffer size to zero or Data Transfer Mechanism to something other than Programmed IO.
Error -200173 The combination of Sample Timebase Rate and Master Timebase Rate you specified is invalid. The driver computed the Sample Timebase Source Divisor by dividing the Master Timebase Rate by the Sample Timebase Rate. The resulting value for the Sample Timebase Source Divisor is not supported by your device. Refer to the documentation for more information about these three properties.
Error -200175 Hardware is not responding. Ensure your hardware is powered on and all cables are properly connected.
Error -200176 Operation is not permitted while the switch device is scanning.
Error -200177 Operation is permitted only while the switch device is scanning.
Error -200178 Task was created with a settling time different from the current settling time. When scanning, you must use the original settling time specified when the task was created.
Error -200179 Explicit connection between the channels already exists. You can make only one connection between these channels.
Error -200180 Path between two switch channels is not available.
Error -200181 Channel name specified is not valid for the switch device.
Error -200182 Switch channels cannot be disconnected because there is no explicit path between them.
Error -200183 Switch channel names cannot be duplicated in the path string.
Error -200184 Leg in path cannot contain two channels that are already directly connected.
Error -200185 Path contains a leg with two channels that cannot be directly connected.
Error -200186 Channels used to make the connection between two endpoints must be reserved for routing.
Error -200187 Channel cannot be connected to itself.
Error -200188 Connection cannot be made between the specified channels because they are connected to different source channels.
Error -200189 Explicit connection cannot be made to a switch channel that is reserved for routing.
Error -200190 Disconnection path is not the same as the existing path. You can programmatically find out the existing path. Refer to your documentation for details.
Error -200191 Task was created with a topology different from the current topology. When scanning, you must use the original topology specified when the task was created.
Error -200192 Switch device supports continuous scanning only.
Error -200193 Switch device does not support this operation.
Error -200194 Hardware was unexpectedly powered off and back on. To recover, reset the device (either programmatically or by using Measurement & Automation Explorer).
Error -200195 Switch configuration has caused the switch device to exceed its power limit because there were too many closed relays. The switch was disabled. Reset it by doing one of the following: 1. Call DAQmx Switch Set Topology And Reset. 2. Call DAQmx Device Reset. 3. Use Measurement & Automation Explorer.
Error -200196 Action at the end of the scan list is not valid for this device.
Error -200197 Device does not support this property.
Error -200198 Topology specified is invalid. Make sure the spelling of the topology is correct and that the switch supports that topology.
Error -200199 Switch device must be reset before scanning. Reset the device by doing one of the following: 1. Call DAQmx Switch Set Topology And Reset. 2. Call DAQmx Device Reset. 3. Use Measurement & Automation Explorer.
Error -200200 Switch channel is already in exclusive use within another connection.
Error -200201 Switch scan list is too large to fit in the onboard memory of the device.
Error -200202 Relay name is invalid.
Error -200203 Switch hardware is incapable of driving multiple trigger lines simultaneously.
Error -200204 Unexpected identifier within the fully-specified path in the list.
Error -200205 Topology does not support scanning.
Error -200206 Advance trigger and Advance Complete event must use the same polarity in this particular switch device.
Error -200207 Device identifier in the list entry is invalid.
Error -200208 Range statement in the list entry contains an invalid character sequence.
Error -200209 Duplicate device identifier found in the terminal list when trying to set the property. Only one instance of the device identifier is permitted.
Error -200210 Multiple device identifiers from one chassis are not allowed in the terminal list.
Error -200211 Multiple relay names were specified for a single relay operation.
Error -200212 Measurement units specified for the channel are not valid for the Measurement Type of the channel.
Error -200213 Pretrigger Samples per Channel requested plus minimum number of posttrigger samples exceed the requested Number of Samples per Channel. Decrease the number of Pretrigger Samples per Channel, or increase Number of Samples per Channel.
Error -200214 Analog trigger circuitry unavailable on the device. Select a non-analog trigger type, or use a device with analog triggering hardware.
Error -200215 Memory Mapping is not supported for buffered operations. Turn Memory Mapping off, set Buffer Size to 0, or do not configure the buffer for the operation.
Error -200216 Buffered operations cannot use a Data Transfer Mechanism of Programmed I/O for this device and Channel Type. Non-buffered operations cannot use a Data Transfer Mechanism of Interrupts or DMA for this device and Channel Type.
Error -200217 Buffered operations cannot use On Demand for Sample Timing Type. Set your buffer size to 0 for On Demand sample timing. Otherwise, configure your sample clock, or change your sample timing type for buffered operations.
Error -200218 Data Transfer Mechanism must be Programmed I/O when not using hardware timing. Set Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O, configure your sample clock timing, or set Sample Timing Type to Sample Clock.
Error -200219 Analog output virtual channels cannot be created out of order with respect to their physical channel numbers for the type of device you are using. For example, a virtual channel using physical channel ao0 must be created before a virtual channel with physical channel ao1.
Error -200220 Device identifier is invalid.
Error -200221 Amount of time allocated to perform this operation was exceeded.
Error -200222 Acquisition has been stopped to prevent an input buffer overwrite. Your application was unable to read samples from the buffer fast enough to prevent new samples from overwriting unread data. To avoid this error, you can do any of the following: 1. Increase the size of the buffer. 2. Increase the number of samples you read each time you invoke a read operation. 3. Read samples more often. 4. Reduce the sample rate. 5. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. 6. Reduce the number of applications your computer is running concurrently. In addition, if you do not need to read every sample that is acquired, you can configure the overwrite mode to overwrite unread data, and then use the Relative To and Offset properties to read the desired samples.
Error -200223 Specified threshold and hysteresis values for this channel create a triggering range that is not supported by your device. On the SCXI-1126, threshold minus hysteresis must be between -0.5 and 4.48.
Error -200224 No registered trigger lines could be found between the devices in the route. If you have a PXI chassis, identify the chassis correctly in MAX, and make sure it has been configured properly. If you are using PCI devices, make sure they are connected with a RTSI cable and that the RTSI cable is registered in MAX. Otherwise, make sure there is an available trigger line on the trigger bus shared between the devices.
Error -200225 Trigger line requested could not be reserved because it is already in use.
Error -200226 Trigger bus to which the device is connected does not have any free trigger lines for the driver to choose. To free up trigger lines, you can do any of the following: 1. Stop other tasks that are connected to the same trigger bus as this device. 2. Use DAQmx Disconnect Route to stop any immediate routes that span this trigger bus. 3. Make more trigger lines on this trigger bus available to the driver.
Error -200227 Device does not have any free trigger lines for the device driver to choose. Although there might be trigger lines available on the respective trigger bus, the device cannot use the trigger bus because the device does not have enough free resources to do so. To free up trigger lines, you can do any of the following: 1. Stop other tasks that are connected to this device. 2. Use DAQmx Disconnect Route to stop any immediate routes that span this trigger bus and device.
Error -200228 Buffer is too small to fit the string.
Error -200229 Buffer is too small to fit read data.
Error -200230 NULL pointer was passed for a required parameter.
Error -200231 Property requested cannot be set.
Error -200232 Property requested cannot be read.
Error -200233 Property specified is not valid for this function.
Error -200234 Buffer is too small for requested samples to be written.
Error -200235 Explanation could not be found for the requested status code. Verify that the requested status code is correct.
Error -200236 Property requested cannot be reset.
Error -200237 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications, and its rate is correctly specified. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200238 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications at all times, and its rate is correctly specified. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200239 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200240 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200241 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200242 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200243 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200244 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200245 PLL could not phase-lock to the external reference clock. Make sure your reference clock is connected and that it is within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, make sure the reference clock rate is correctly specified.
Error -200246 PLL has lost phase-lock to the external reference clock. Make sure your reference clock is connected and that it is within the jitter and voltage level specifications at all times. Also, make sure the reference clock rate is correctly specified at all times.
Error -200247 Integer was expected but not found in the script. Insert an appropriate integer at this location in the script.
Error -200248 Specified marker position is too close to the end of the last "generate" statement in a "repeat until" loop. Move the marker position farther away from the end of the last "generate" statement in the "repeat until" loop.
Error -200249 Length of waveform subset is too small for the last "generate" statement in a "repeat until" loop.
Error -200250 Length of waveform is too small for the last "generate" statement in a "repeat until" loop.
Error -200251 No DMA channels or USB Bulk Endpoints are available. Either shut down other tasks that might be using these resources or consider changing your data transfer mechanism to Interrupts if supported.
Error -200252 Terminal cannot be tristated because it is busy. Disconnect any routes spanning this terminal, or stop any tasks using this terminal.
Error -200253 Terminal could not be tristated because the hardware cannot tristate this terminal.
Error -200254 Terminal for the device is invalid.
Error -200255 Built-in temperature sensor is not supported on this channel. This channel is not configured to support a built-in temperature sensor. Make sure the accessory specified in the hardware configuration is correct and that the hardware supports a built-in temperature sensor on this channel.
Error -200256 Specified topology cannot be used to reset the switch, because that topology is not supported by the connected terminal block. Refer to the documentation for supported topologies for the given terminal block, or disconnect the terminal block from the switch.
Error -200257 Excitation property must be the same for related physical channels. Refer to the documentation for information about setting excitation across related physical channels.
Error -200258 Gain value conflicts with specified AI Minimum and AI Maximum properties. The specified gain and AI Minimum and/or AI Maximum would cause the device to exceed the hardware limit. Lower the gain, or adjust AI Minimum and/or AI Maximum.
Error -200259 Value selected for this jumper-controlled property must match the value specified in Measurement & Automation Explorer. Make sure the value specified in Measurement & Automation Explorer matches the value in your program and that the value corresponds to the selection made using the jumper on the device.
Error -200260 Memory mapping has been enabled, and the sample clock has been configured; but the buffer size has not been set, and the data transfer mechanism has either not been set or was set to something other than Programmed I/O. Set the buffer size to 0, and/or change the data transfer mechanism to Programmed I/O.
Error -200261 An attempt has been made to use an analog trigger in multiple situations with differing properties. Change the analog trigger properties so they are the same, or do not use an analog trigger for all situations.
Error -200262 An attempt has been made to configure a trigger without configuring the appropriate sample clock properties or when Sample Timing Type was set to On Demand. Configure the sample clock type to something other than On Demand to use a trigger.
Error -200263 Device supports an analog channel as the source of an analog pause trigger only when it is the only channel in the task. Remove all of the channels currently in the task except the channel that will be used as the analog trigger source, or change the analog trigger source to a terminal.
Error -200264 Device supports an analog channel as the source of an analog reference trigger only when it is the only channel in the task. Remove all of the channels currently in the task except the channel that will be used as the analog trigger source, or change the analog trigger source to a terminal.
Error -200265 An attempt has been made to use an invalid analog trigger source. Ensure that the trigger source you specify matches the name of the virtual channel in the task or matches the name of a non-scannable terminal that the device can use as an analog trigger source.
Error -200266 Minimum and maximum values for the channel are not symmetric.
Error -200267 Product of AO channel properties Maximum Value and Gain exceeds the maximum voltage for the device.
Error -200268 Specified Offset is too small given AO Gain and Minimum Value. The following constraint must hold: Offset > (Gain * Minimum Value / 2)
Error -200269 Specified Offset is too large for the given AO Gain and Maximum Value. The following constraint must hold: Offset < (Gain * Maximum Value / 2)
Error -200270 Interpolation rate specified is not possible for the given sample rate.
Error -200271 Product of AO Channel properties Minimum Value and Gain exceeds the minimum voltage for the device.
Error -200272 Sample clock rate requested is too low for the selected divide-down clock. Use the high resolution clock, or increase your sample rate.
Error -200273 Sample clock rate and the sample clock divisor values are inconsistent with one another. Consider settting either the sample clock rate or the sample clock divisor, but not both. This allows the driver to automatically select an appropriate value for the other property. Alternatively, make sure the sample clock rate and sample clock divisor satisfy the following constraint: rate = timebase / divisor
Error -200274 Sample clock rate desired is too high for an external clock being brought in through the backplane. Bring in your external sample clock through one of the higher-frequency front panel connectors, or use a lower sample rate.
Error -200275 Sample rate desired is too low for an external clock being brought in through the ClkIn connector. Change the sample rate so it is within limits, or use DDC_ClkIn to bring in your sample clock.
Error -200276 Reference clock source and sample clock source cannot be the same. Use different terminals to bring in your reference clock and sample clock, or use only one of them at a time.
Error -200277 Invalid combination of position and offset. The position and offset specified a sample prior to the first sample acquired (sample 0). Make sure any negative read offset specified will select a valid sample when combined with the read position.
Error -200278 Attempted to read a sample beyond the final sample acquired. The acquisition has stopped, therefore the sample specified by the combination of position and offset will never be available. Specify a position and offset which selects a sample up to, but not beyond, the final sample acquired. The final sample acquired can be determined by querying the total samples acquired after an acquisition has stopped.
Error -200279 The application is not able to keep up with the hardware acquisition. Increasing the buffer size, reading the data more frequently, or specifying a fixed number of samples to read instead of reading all available samples might correct the problem.
Error -200281 Reading relative to the reference trigger or relative to the start of pretrigger samples position before the acquisition is complete. Wait for the acquisition to complete before reading, or increase your read timeout. Also, make sure the hardware is set up and wired correctly, the signal for the reference trigger is correct, and that the reference trigger occurs while the device is acquiring data.
Error -200282 Reading relative to the reference trigger or relative to the start of a pretrigger sample is not supported with the current task configuration. If you have not configured a reference trigger or if one of your devices is utilizing an onboard buffer to transfer data after an acquisition has completed, reading relative to reference trigger or relative to the first pretrigger sample is not supported.

Configure a reference trigger, or configure read position differently.

Error -200283 Acquisition has stopped to prevent the intermediate buffer from overflowing. The background was running too fast for the application to keep up, and the application was unable to read samples from the intermediate buffer fast enough to prevent losing samples. To avoid this error, you might reduce the sample rate, reduce the number of applications your computer is executing concurrently, or not read any samples until the acquisition is complete.
Error -200284 Some or all of the samples requested have not yet been acquired. To wait for the samples to become available use a longer read timeout or read later in your program. To make the samples available sooner, increase the sample rate. If your task uses a start trigger, make sure that your start trigger is configured correctly. It is also possible that you configured the task for external timing, and no clock was supplied. If this is the case, supply an external clock.
Error -200286 No data is available to read, because no acquisition has been started. Start the acquisition before attempting to read data, either explicitly or by enabling auto start and stop.
Error -200287 Attempted to write to an invalid combination of position and offset. The position and offset specified a sample prior to the first sample generated (sample 0). Make sure any negative write offset specified will select a valid sample when combined with the write position.
Error -200288 Attempted to write a sample beyond the final sample generated. The generation has stopped, therefore the sample specified by the combination of position and offset will never be available. Specify a position and offset which selects a sample up to, but not beyond, the final sample generated. The final sample generated can be determined by querying the total samples generated after a generation has stopped.
Error -200289 Attempted to write samples that have already been generated or have already been sent to the device for generation. Increasing the buffer size or writing the data more frequently might correct the problem.
Error -200290 The generation has stopped to prevent the regeneration of old samples. Your application was unable to write samples to the background buffer fast enough to prevent old samples from being regenerated. To avoid this error, you can do any of the following: 1. Increase the size of the background buffer by configuring the buffer. 2. Increase the number of samples you write each time you invoke a write operation. 3. Write samples more often. 4. Reduce the sample rate. 5. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. 6. Reduce the number of applications your computer is executing concurrently. In addition, if you do not need to write every sample that is generated, you can configure the regeneration mode to allow regeneration, and then use the Position and Offset attributes to write the desired samples.
Error -200291 The generation has stopped because an intermediate buffer overflowed. The background was running too fast for the application to keep up, and the application was unable to write samples to the intermediate buffer fast enough to prevent regenerating old samples. To avoid this error, you can reduce the sample rate, reduce the number of applications your computer is executing concurrently, or write all samples before the generation starts.
Error -200292 Some or all of the samples to write could not be written to the buffer yet. More space will free up as samples currently in the buffer are generated. To wait for more space to become available, use a longer write timeout. To make the space available sooner, increase the sample rate.
Error -200293 The generation is not yet started, and not enough space is available in the buffer. Configure a larger buffer, or start the generation before writing more data than will fit in the buffer.
Error -200294 Not enough samples were written to satisfy the initial data transfer request condition. To successfully start a generation, increase the number of samples initially written to the buffer before starting. Alternatively, decrease the number of samples required to start by changing the data transfer request condition.
Error -200295 Attempt was made to write samples after start of generation where only onboard memory was used. In this case, all samples must be written to the device before the start of generation. No samples may be updated once the generation has started. If you wish to modify samples in the generation after the start of the generation, do not enable the onboard memory.
Error -200297 This property is unavailable when using onboard memory.
Error -200300 Invalid timing type for this channel.
Error -200301 Cannot update the Pulse Generation property. The pulse generation with previous property settings must complete a full cycle before the property can be updated.
Error -200302 Signal being measured is slower than the specified measurement time. Increase the measurement time, or use a different measurement method.
Error -200303 External sample clock source must be specified for this application.
Error -200304 External master timebase rate must be specified for this channel given the selected measurement units. Specify the master timebase rate, or use ticks as the measurements units.
Error -200305 Desired finite pulse train generation is not possible. Change the number of samples to be generated, increase the rate of the pulse train, or choose a different timebase source. Refer to the documentation for more details.
Error -200306 An attempt was made to set the Samples per Channel property to a value greater than the maximum supported number.
Error -200307 Specified master timebase rate does not match specified master timebase source. Do not set the master timebase rate when you are using an internal master timebase source. In this case, the driver sets the master timebase rate for you.
Error -200308 Specified sample timebase rate does not match specified sample timebase source. Do not set the sample timebase rate when you are using an internal sample timebase source. In this case, the driver sets the sample timebase rate for you.
Error -200309 Specified master timebase divisor (belonging to sample clock timebase) is not appropriate for the specified sample timebase source. Do not set the master timebase divisor when you are using an internal sample timebase source. In this case, the driver sets the master timebase divisor for you.
Error -200310 The waveform you are trying to allocate on the device has been previously allocated. Make sure you are not trying to allocate the same waveform twice, or delete the existing waveform before allocating it again.
Error -200311 You cannot write data outside the boundaries of your waveform. Make sure you are not trying to write more data than your waveform can accomodate and that your write location and write offset are set correctly.
Error -200312 Waveform is not in the device memory. Make sure you are referring to a previously allocated and/or written waveform by its correct name. Also, make sure that the waveform was not deleted.
Error -200313 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200314 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200315 There is not enough free device memory for your waveform. Delete waveforms or scripts not in use to free memory. If you have deleted multiple waveforms or scripts, the memory might have become fragmented. To avoid fragmentation, you can change the order in which you write/delete your waveforms and scripts.
Error -200316 Device data underflow. The device was not able to move data fast enough to keep up with the sample rate for the active script. Run the operation at a lower sample rate, or look for the following in the active script: markers might be too close together, waveforms might be too small, waits might be too short, or subsets might be too small. If you are using an external clock, the provided clock might have gone away during your generation.
Error -200317 There is not enough free device memory for your script. Delete waveforms or scripts not in use to free memory. If you have deleted multiple waveforms or scripts, the memory might have become fragmented. To avoid fragmentation, you can change the order in which you write/delete your waveforms and scripts.
Error -200318 Invalid excitation value specified to be used for scaling with full bridge configuration. Change the excitation value if you want it to be used for scaling with full bridge configuration. Alternatively, change the bridge configuration, or do not use excitation value for scaling.
Error -200319 Your SCXI system is not set up to perform the analog input operation on given channels. The SCXI module cabled to your digitizer cannot route AI Convert Clock from the digitizer to the other modules. To perform the desired operation with multiple SCXI modules and one digitizer, cable the digitizer to one of the modules that can route the AI Convert signal, such as the module your channels are on. After cabling the digitizer to the module, update the chassis configuration in Measurement & Automation Explorer to reflect the cabling change. For detailed information about cabling, refer to the documentation.
Error -200320 Your SCXI system is not set up for analog input with simultaneous sample and hold on the given channels. The SCXI module cabled to your digitizer cannot route the signal needed for simultaneous sample and hold from the digitizer to the other modules. To perform the desired operation with multiple SCXI modules and one digitizer, cable the digitizer to one of the modules that can route the signal needed for simultaneous sample and hold. The simultaneous sample and hold module in your chassis is one such module. After cabling the digitizer to the module, update the chassis configuration in Measurement & Automation Explorer to reflect the cabling change. For detailed information about cabling, refer to the documentation.
Error -200321 Attenuation Value conflicts with the specified AI Minimum and AI Maximum properties. The specified attenuation and AI Minimum and/or AI Maximum would cause the device to exceed the hardware limit. You should increase the Attenuation Value or adjust the AI Minimum and/or AI Maximum.
Error -200322 Data transfer has been stopped to prevent the computer from becoming completely unresponsive. Could not transfer enough data to satisfy the data transfer requirements with Interrupts as the Data Transfer Mechanism. Reduce your Sample Clock Rate, use DMA as your Data Transfer Mechanism, or use a different Data Transfer Request Condition.
Error -200323 Cannot perform a multidevice scan with Advance Trigger Type set to None. Without the advance trigger, the devices in the scan list cannot be synchronized.
Error -200324 NI-DAQmx is unable to communicate with the device. Make sure the device is present in and accessible to the system, is not currently being reset, and is not reserved by another driver such as Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy).
Error -200325 Reverse coefficients must be specified to scale your data using the polynomial scale.
Error -200326 An attempt has been made to perform a route when the source and the destination are the same terminal. In many cases, such as when configuring an external clock or a counter source, you must select a PFI, PXI Trigger, or RTSI line as the source terminal.
Error -200327 You have specified an invalid value for dt in the waveform cluster. The value for dt must be greater than zero.
Error -200328 Switch driver cannot open the topology configuration file for the switch device. A switch device cannot function without its configuration file. The configuration file is installed with the driver. The file might have been removed, renamed, or corrupted after installation. Make sure the configuration file is available to the driver at the expected location, or reinstall the product, as that will reinstall the configuration file.
Error -200329 An error has occurred while attempting to configure the device for an analog input acquisition. If an external master timebase is being used, make sure the source is connected and generating an appropriate clock. Otherwise, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200330 An attempt has been made to use the PFI0 terminal of the device for both an analog and digital source. Use a terminal other than PFI0 as the source of your digital signal.
Error -200331 Specified sample rate is lower than the lowest rate that can be generated using the onboard clock. The rate has been coerced to the slowest possible sample rate. For slower rates, use an external sample clock or an external sample clock timebase.
Error -200332 Specified sample rate is higher than the fastest rate supported by the device.
Error -200333 Delay from the start trigger is shorter than the shortest delay that can be generated using the onboard clock with a timebase suitable for generating the sample clock. For shorter delays, use a sample clock timebase with a higher rate, if applicable.
Error -200334 Delay from start trigger is longer than the longest delay that can be generated using the onboard clock with a timebase suitable for generating the sample clock. For longer delays, use a slower sample clock timebase rate, if applicable.
Error -200335 Specified AI convert rate is higher than the fastest rate possible with the current timebase.
Error -200336 Delay from the sample clock is shorter than the shortest delay that can be generated using the onboard clock with a timebase suitable for generating the convert clock. For shorter delays, use a faster convert clock timebase rate, if applicable.
Error -200337 Delay from the sample clock is longer than the longest delay that can be generated using the onboard clock with a timebase suitable for generating the convert clock. For longer delays, use a slower convert clock timebase rate, if applicable.
Error -200338 An attempt has been made to read the calibration temperature for a device without an internal temperature sensor.
Error -200339 Pulse width measurement was started while the input signal was active, and no additional pulses were received, which caused the measurement not to complete during the specified timeout. When measuring a single pulse width, make sure the measurement counter is started before the pulse to be measured is active, or provide a timeout sufficient for at least one additional pulse to be measured.
Error -200340 By setting Number of Samples per Channel to -1, you indicated that all available data should be read. This is not valid for acquisitions without a buffer. Specify a value greater than or equal to zero for Number of Samples per Channel. Do not specify a value of zero for Buffer Size when configuring the input buffer.
Error -200341 Generation was configured to use only onboard memory, but the corresponding buffer is larger than onboard memory. Buffer size is provided implicitly when data is written or explicitly when the buffer is configured. Configure the generation so that the Use Only Onboard Memory property is false. Alternatively, you can make sure the number of samples written and/or the size of the configured buffer do not exceed the onboard memory size.
Error -200342 Script is not in the device memory. Make sure you are referring to a previously written script by its correct name. Also, make sure the script has not been deleted.
Error -200343 Driver cannot determine the number of samples to read for a continuous task that has not yet started. Start the task explicitly, or specify the number of samples to read in DAQmx Read.
Error -200344 Requested number of samples per channel is invalid. The number of samples per channel must be an integer multiple of the number of samples per channel increment.
Error -200345 Event delay is outside of the legal range. Change the value of the delay, and/or verify that the units are correct.
Error -200346 Event pulse width is outside of the legal range. Change the value of the pulse width, and/or verify that the units are correct.
Error -200347 Invalid intermediate buffer size. The size of the intermediate buffer must be an integer multiple of the intermediate buffer size increment.
Error -200348 Scaled Values must be specified for the table scale.
Error -200349 Prescaled Values must be specified for the table scale.
Error -200350 Number of Prescaled Values needs to be equal to the number of Scaled Values in the table scale.
Error -200351 Forward coefficients must be specified for the polynomial scale.
Error -200352 Physical channel corresponding to the virtual channel specified for cold-junction compensation is already being used for a thermocouple measurement, so it cannot be used as the cold-junction compensation channel.
Error -200353 Specified property value cannot be used, because it requires resources that are currently in use.
Error -200354 Specified property value is not a valid terminal name.
Error -200355 Specified property value cannot be used, because the hardware does not support it.
Error -200356 Custom scale cannot be created. A saved scale with this name already exists.
Error -200357 Measurement device cannot acquire data from the sensor in its current configuration. The voltage output range of your sensor does not overlap with the voltage input range of your measurement device. If your measurement device supports different gains or input ranges, try using a lower gain or a wider input range. If the device has a fixed gain/range, you might need to change sensor attribute settings such as Excitation Value or use a measurement device that supports a wider voltage input range.
Error -200358 An attempt has been made to configure a reference trigger when the sample mode of the sample clock has been configured for continuous sampling. Reference trigger is only applicable for finite sampling. Change the sample mode to finite to use a reference trigger, or do not configure a reference trigger.
Error -200359 Counter signals cannot be exported, because there is more than one counter channel in the task. Create separate tasks for each counter channel.
Error -200360 CJC Source has been set to Channel, while the CJC channel has not been specified. Specify the CJC channel, or set CJC Source to a value other than Channel.
Error -200361 Onboard device memory overflow. Because of system and/or bus-bandwidth limitations, the driver could not read data from the device fast enough to keep up with the device throughput. Reduce your sample rate. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. You can also use a product with more onboard memory or reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently.
Error -200362 The Overloaded Channels Exist property was not read prior to reading the specified property. The driver retrieves the overload state from the hardware when the application reads the Overloaded Channels Exist property. After the Overloaded Channels Exist property has been read, other information about overloaded channels may be read, such as which channels are overloaded.
Error -200363 Specified inversion cannot be satisfied, because the hardware does not support it.
Error -200364 Specified polarity is not supported by the hardware.
Error -200365 Specified inversion cannot be satisfied, because it requires resources that are currently in use by another route.
Error -200366 Specified inversion cannot be satisfied, because it requires resources that are currently in use by another route within this task.
Error -200367 Specified polarity cannot be satisfied, because it requires resources that are currently in use by another route within this task.
Error -200368 Specified route cannot be satisfied, because the hardware does not support it.
Error -200369 Specified route cannot be satisfied, because it requires resources that are currently in use by another route.
Error -200370 Specified route cannot be satisfied, because it requires resources that are currently in use by another route within this task.
Error -200371 Requested multiple virtual channels that correspond to the same physical channel within a task. A task cannot contain multiple physical channels of a specified type. Use different physical channels for each virtual channel.
Error -200372 Trigger type requested to be sent as the software trigger is invalid.
Error -200373 Trigger type requested to be sent as software trigger is not supported for the specified task running on the given device.
Error -200374 Signal type requested to be exported is not valid.
Error -200375 Signal type requested to be exported is not supported for the specified task running on the given device.
Error -200376 Requested creation of a separate channel for each line is not possible when a digital port is specified as the physical channel. Specify a range of digital lines, such as "Dev1/port0/line0:7", as the physical channel.
Error -200377 Requested operation is not supported by the device during a scan. The device only supports operations on front-end channels (for example, ch0, ch1, ... or cjtemp) while scanning. Other operations, such as operations on analog bus channels (such as ab0 and ab1), are not supported by the device during a scan. Make sure your scan list contains only supported operations.
Error -200378 Custom scale specified does not exist.
Error -200379 External clock frequency and external clock divisor values result in an invalid cutoff frequency for this device. The relationship between cutoff frequency, external clock frequency, and external clock divisor is: cutoffFreq = extClkFreq / (100 * extClkDiv) Change your external clock frequency or external clock divisor.
Error -200380 Strain gage calibration procedure has failed. Make sure the strain gages are connected to all the specified strain channels, the strain gage connections are appropriate for their bridge type configurations, the shunt resistor location is specified correctly, and your hardware jumpers (if any) are set up correctly.
Error -200381 Unable to configure requested delay property given the current clock rate. Make sure the sample clock rate is greater than or equal to the phase shift DMC threshold of your device, or do not configure the delay. Consult your documentation for more information.
Error -200382 Specified trigger type for pattern match mode could not be configured, because all pattern matchers are already in use.
Error -200383 Reference Clock Source specified is invalid, given the Sample Clock Source. When Sample Clock Source is anything other than "OnboardClock", you must set Reference Clock Source to "None", and you cannot export the Reference Clock.
Error -200384 Static output cannot be performed, because some data lines have already been reserved for a dynamic output.
Error -200385 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200386 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200387 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200388 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200389 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200390 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200391 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock or an external reference clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200392 Specified output voltage is not valid with the given sample clock rate. Make sure your output voltage level is compatible with your sample clock rate by altering the output voltage level or the sample clock rate. Consult your documentation for more information.
Error -200393 You are attempting to write to a read-only register.
Error -200394 Requested value for the property is invalid, because it is not an unsigned integer. Even though the datatype of the property is a floating point number, the value must be an unsigned integer less than or equal to 9,007,199,254,740,992 (2^53).
Error -200395 There are no shared trigger lines between the two devices which are acceptable to both devices. While each of these two devices support some shared trigger lines, none of these shared trigger lines work for both devices for the specified property and corresponding value. Consider routing the signal through the I/O connectors of the two devices, if applicable.
Error -200396 There are no shared trigger lines between the two devices that are acceptable to both devices. While each of the two devices support some shared trigger lines, none of the shared trigger lines work for both devices for the specified source and destination terminals. Consider routing the signal through the I/O connectors of the two devices, if applicable.
Error -200397 Unable to load NI-DAQmx dynamic link library NICAIU.DLL. Make sure that NI-DAQmx is installed on your computer.
Error -200398 Unable to find function in NI-DAQmx dynamic link library NICAIU.DLL. The DLL exists on your computer, but the version is incorrect. Install the correct version of the DLL on your computer.
Error -200399 No extended error information is available for the last error code. It is possible that there was a problem initializing the internal errors database. Please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200400 Requested waveform length is invalid, because the number of samples is not an integer multiple of the waveform length increment.
Error -200401 Number of points to compute over the range of x values is not positive. Specify a value greater than 0 for this input.
Error -200402 Order of the reverse polynomial to compute is not positive. Specify a value greater than 0 for this input.
Error -200403 Order of the reverse polynomial to compute is less than or equal to the number of points to compute over the range of x values. Reduce the order of the reverse polynomial or increase the number of points to compute over the range of x values.
Error -200404 Forward and Reverse Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. Each of these two sets of coefficients must contain at least one term. If only one set of coefficients is available, use the Compute Reverse Polynomial Coefficient utility to calculate the other set of coefficients.
Error -200405 Forward Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. This set of coefficients must contain at least one term. If the coefficients are not available, you can pass the supplied Reverse Coefficients to the Compute Reverse Polynomial Coefficients utility to calculate the required Forward Coefficients.
Error -200406 Reverse Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. This set of coefficients must contain at least one term. If the coefficients are not available, use the Compute Reverse Polynomial Coefficient utility to calculate the required coefficients from the supplied Forward Coefficients.
Error -200407 Forward Coefficients for a polynomial scale are all set to zero. At least one of these coefficients must be non-zero.
Error -200408 Reverse Coefficients for a polynomial scale are all set to zero. At least one of these coefficients must be non-zero.
Error -200409 Slope for a linear scale is set to zero. The slope must be non-zero.
Error -200410 Requested record number is invalid. Use the Records Done property to find out how many records are available. Record numbers start at 0. Use -1 for all available records.
Error -200411 AC coupling is not allowed with 50 Ohm impedance for this device. Use DC coupling, or configure a different impedance setting.
Error -200412 Requested analog input attenuation is invalid.
Error -200413 Insufficient onboard memory for requested Number of Records and Samples per Channel combination. Reduce the Number of Records and/or Samples per Channel.
Error -200414 Requested sample clock source is invalid.
Error -200415 Requested reference clock source is invalid.
Error -200416 Multiple records are not available with RIS.
Error -200417 TDC is not enabled during RIS mode. TDC must be enabled when the digitizer is in the RIS mode. Enable TDC, or do not use RIS.
Error -200418 Requested immediate trigger type while in RIS mode. Immediate triggering is not compatible with the RIS mode. Select a different trigger type, or do not use RIS.
Error -200419 Requested Read Position is invalid in RIS mode.
Error -200420 Requested sample rate exceeds maximum real-time sample rate. If you want a higher sampling rate and have a repetitive signal, enable RIS.
Error -200421 Requested Hysteresis is not valid with the configured Trigger Level and AI Minimum. Configure the task so the following formula is satisfied: Trigger Level - Hysteresis > AI Minimum
Error -200422 Requested Trigger Level is not valid with the configured AI Minimum and AI Maximum. Configure the instrument so the following formula is satisfied: AI Minimum < Trigger Level < AI Maximum
Error -200423 Requested window trigger level is not valid with the configured AI Minimum and AI Maximum. Configure the instrument so the following formula is satisfied: AI Minimum < Window Trigger Level < AI Maximum
Error -200424 Requested video trigger line number is incompatible with the chosen video signal format.
Error -200425 Requested hysteresis is not valid with the configured trigger level and AI Maximum. Configure the task so the following formula is satisfied: Trigger Level + Hysteresis < AI Maximum
Error -200426 Requested impedance for the external trigger is invalid. Specify an impedance that is appropriate for the external trigger, or choose a different trigger source.
Error -200427 Configured reference clock rate is invalid. The reference clock rate must be within the valid range and a multiple of the increment value.
Error -200428 Value passed to the Task/Channels In control is invalid. The value must refer to a valid task or valid virtual channels.
Error -200429 Value passed to the Task/Channels In control is an empty string (or I/O control). The value must refer to a valid task or valid channels.
Error -200430 I/O type of the physical channel does not match the I/O type required for the virtual channel you are creating.
Error -200431 Selected physical channel does not support the measurement type required by the virtual channel you are creating. Create a channel of a measurement type that is supported by the physical channel, or select a physical channel that supports the measurement type.
Error -200432 Selected physical channel does not support the output type required by the virtual channel you are creating. Create a channel of an output type that is supported by the physical channel, or select a physical channel that supports the output type.
Error -200433 Scaled Values for a table scale must contain at least two values.
Error -200434 Prescaled Values for a table scale must contain at least two values.
Error -200435 Delay from sample clock is not available when an external convert source is specified. Change the convert source to onboard clock, or do not configure the delay from sample clock.
Error -200436 Start trigger delay is not available when an external sample clock source is specified. Change the sample clock to onboard clock, or do not configure the start trigger delay.
Error -200437 External calibration constants are invalid. Perform an external calibration. Contact National Instruments Technical Support if you need additional information.
Error -200438 Invalid calibration area selected. Select self-calibration or external calibration.
Error -200439 Requested operation only can be used during an external calibration session.
Error -200440 Requested calibration close action is invalid. Select Store or Abort.
Error -200441 Unable to detect the external stimulus frequency. Verify that the external stimulus is properly connected and has the correct frequency and amplitude.
Error -200442 Unable to synchronize to the external stimulus frequency. Verify that the external stimulus has the correct frequency, amplitude, and stability. Consult the documentation for the calibration procedure for valid ranges.
Error -200443 Attempt to store calibration constants without completing all the necessary external calibration steps. Refer to the documentation for the calibration procedure. Verify that all necessary steps are performed before closing the external calibration session.
Error -200444 Invalid physical channel selected for calibration.
Error -200445 Requested calibration function is not supported by the device.
Error -200446 External stimulus voltage read was outside the expected range. Verify that the external stimulus voltage is properly connected and has the correct amplitude.
Error -200447 Units for the channel must be set to From Custom Scale when a custom scale is used with a channel.
Error -200448 DAC Range High is not equal to the DAC Reference Voltage Value. When you do not set the DAC Range High property, the driver always makes sure it is equal to the DAC Reference Voltage value. If you do set the DAC Range High property make sure DAC Range High and DAC Reference Voltage Value are equal.
Error -200449 DAC Range Low must be equal to either the negative DAC Reference Voltage Value or to zero. If you do not set the DAC Range Low property, the driver sets it for you. Otherwise, make sure DAC Range Low is equal to either the negative DAC Reference Voltage Value or to zero.
Error -200450 Specified property cannot be set while the task is running.
Error -200451 You can get the specified property only while the task is committed or running.
Error -200452 Specified property is not supported by the device or is not applicable to the task.
Error -200453 Specified timeout value is not supported. Supported timeout values are 0 (try or check once and return), positive numbers up to 4294967, and -1 (try or check until success or error).
Error -200454 You cannot get the specified property, because the task is not a buffered output task.
Error -200455 You cannot get the specified property, because the task is not a buffered input task.
Error -200456 Specified property is not supported, because the task is not an output task.
Error -200457 Specified property is not supported, because the task is not an input task.
Error -200459 Write failed, because there are no output channels in this task to which data can be written.
Error -200460 Read failed, because there are no channels in this task from which data can be read.
Error -200461 Specified channel name is invalid.
Error -200462 Generation cannot be started because the output buffer is empty. Write data before starting a buffered generation. The following actions can empty the buffer: changing the size of the buffer, unreserving a task, setting the Regeneration Mode property, changing the Sample Mode, or configuring retriggering.
Error -200463 Specified read or write operation failed, because the number of lines in the data for a channel does not match the number of lines in the channel. If you are using the Digital Waveform datatype, make sure the number of lines in the digital waveform matches the number of lines in the channel. If you are using boolean data, make sure the array dimension for lines in the data matches the number of lines in the channel.
Error -200464 If performing a Write operation, the operation cannot be performed, because the number of channels in the specified data does not match the number of channels in this task. Adjust the data to match the number of channels in this task. If you are performing a read operation, the operation cannot be performed because this DAQmx Read only returns data from a single channel, and there are multiple channels in this task. Use the multichannel DAQmx Read.
Error -200465 Specified digital channel contains more bits than what is supported by DAQmx Port Write. With the U8 version, channels must contain 8 bits or less; while for the U32 version, channels must contain 32 bits or less.
Error -200466 Specified digital channel contains more bits than what is supported by DAQmx Port Read. With the U8 version, channels must contain 8 bits or less; while for the U32 version, channels must contain 32 bits or less.
Error -200467 Specified string is not valid, because it is empty.
Error -200469 Specified channel cannot be loaded, because it was saved with an incompatible, more recent version of NI-DAQ. Create the channel again, or upgrade NI-DAQ to a version compatible with the version used to save the channel. Consult the documentation for the version of NI-DAQ used to create the channel for more details.
Error -200470 Specified task cannot be loaded, because it was saved with an incompatible, more recent version of NI-DAQ. Create the task again, or upgrade NI-DAQ to a version compatible with the version used to save the task. Consult the documentation for the version of NI-DAQ used to create the task for more details.
Error -200472 Write cannot be performed when the auto start input to DAQmx Write is false, and timing for the task is not configured or Timing Type is set to On Demand. Set auto start to true, or configure timing and specify Timing Type other than On Demand.
Error -200473 Read cannot be performed when the Auto Start property is false and the task is not running or committed. Start the task before reading, or set Auto Start to true.
Error -200474 Specified operation did not complete, because the specified timeout expired.
Error -200475 Specified operation can be performed only when the task is running. Start the task before requesting this operation.
Error -200477 Specified operation cannot be performed when there are no devices in the task.
Error -200478 Specified operation cannot be performed when there are no channels in the task.
Error -200479 Specified operation cannot be performed while the task is running.
Error -200481 Specified device cannot be added to the task, because it is already in the task.
Error -200482 Specified device is not in the task.
Error -200483 Specified virtual channel cannot be saved, because a virtual channel with that name already exists in Data Neighborhood in MAX. Save the virtual channel under a different name, or specify that the existing virtual channel should be replaced.
Error -200484 Specified task cannot be saved, because a task with that name already exists in Data Neighborhood in MAX. Save the task under a different name, or specify that the existing task should be replaced.
Error -200485 The specified task cannot be loaded, because it is not in Data Neighborhood. Check Data Neighborhood in MAX. Look for similar characters, such as the capital letter "O" and the number zero.
Error -200486 Specified channel is not in the task.
Error -200488 Specified virtual channel cannot be added to the task, because it does not exist. You cannot specify a physical channel. Instead, create a virtual channel using the DAQ Assistant or DAQmx Create Virtual Channel, and then add the virtual channel to the task.
Error -200489 Specified channel cannot be added to the task, because a channel with the same name is already in the task.
Error -200490 Sample value detected outside of the specified range.
Error -200491 Reserved parameter must be zero.
Error -200492 Reserved parameter must be NULL.
Error -200493 Reserved character string parameter must be NULL or an empty string.
Error -200494 Specified task cannot be loaded, because it requires a device that supports timing, and the associated device does not support timing. Create a new task without timing, or associate this task with a device that supports timing.
Error -200495 An intermediate acquisition buffer has overflowed. The driver was unable to read samples from the intermediate buffer fast enough to prevent the buffer from overflowing.
Error -200496 Pattern contains an invalid character.
Error -200497 Attempted to enable output data lines that were not previously disabled. Make sure that you are enabling data lines for output only after explicitly disabling them.
Error -200498 Syntax for a range of objects in the input string is invalid. For ranges of objects, specify a number immediately before and after every colon (":") in the input string. Or, if a name is specified after the colon, it must be identical to the name specified immediately before the colon. Colons are not allowed within the names of the individual objects.
Error -200499 Value passed is not between 0 and 4,294,967,295 (unsigned 32-bit integer).
Error -200500 Error code could not be found. Reinstalling the driver might fix the issue. Otherwise, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -200501 EEPROM contains an invalid calibration date and/or time. The calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, perform a self-calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200502 A measurement taken during adjustment of main path pre-amplifier offset produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200503 A measurement taken during adjustment of main path pre-amplifier gain produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200504 A measurement taken during adjustment of main path post-amplifier gain and offset produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200505 A measurement taken during adjustment of direct path gain produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200506 A measurement taken during adjustment of main path output impedance produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200507 A measurement taken during adjustment of direct path output impedance produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200508 A measurement taken during adjustment of the oscillator frequency produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200509 A measurement taken during adjustment of calibration ADC produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200510 Requested an invalid configuration value for adjusting the main path pre-amplifier offset. Refer to the documentation for a list of valid configuration values.
Error -200511 Requested an invalid configuration value for adjusting the main path pre-amplifier gain. Refer to the documentation for a list of valid configuration values.
Error -200512 Requested an invalid configuration value for adjusting the main path post-amplifier gain and offset. Refer to the documentation for a list of valid configuration values.
Error -200513 Requested an invalid configuration value for adjusting the main path output impedance. Refer to the documentation for a list of valid configuration values.
Error -200514 Requested an invalid configuration value for adjusting the direct path output impedance. Refer to the documentation for a list of valid configuration values.
Error -200515 Specified number of reads to average from the calibration ADC is invalid. The number of reads to average must be greater than 0.
Error -200516 Calibration constants stored in the EEPROM produced an invalid value for the gain DAC. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, perform a self-calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200517 Calibration constants stored in the EEPROM produced an invalid value for the offset DAC. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, or a self-calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200518 Calibration constants stored in the EEPROM produced an invalid value for the oscillator phase DAC. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, perform a self-calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200519 Calibration constants stored in the EEPROM produced an invalid value for the oscillator frequency DAC. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200520 Calibration constants stored in the EEPROM and used to adjust reads from the cal ADC are invalid. An incorrect calibration might have been performed, or the calibration data in the EEPROM might have been corrupted. Perform an external calibration, or contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200521 A measurement taken during adjustment of the oscillator phase DAC produced an invalid calibration constant. Make sure that the measured values passed to the calibration VI or function are correct. Verify the calibration procedure, and repeat the calibration. If the problem persists, there might be a hardware malfunction with your device. Contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200522 A self-calibration cannot be performed during external calibration.
Error -200523 Read cannot be performed because this version of DAQmx Read only returns data from a single channel, and there are multiple channels in the task. Use the multichannel version of DAQmx Read.
Error -200524 Write cannot be performed, because the number of channels in the data does not match the number of channels in the task. When writing, supply data for all channels in the task. Alternatively, modify the task to contain the same number of channels as the data written.
Error -200525 Read cannot be performed because this version of DAQmx Read does not match the type of channels in the task. Use the version of DAQmx Read that corresponds to the channel type.
Error -200526 Write cannot be performed because this version of DAQmx Write does not match the type of channels in the task. Use the version of DAQmx Write that corresponds to the channel type.
Error -200527 Requested values of the Minimum and Maximum properties for the counter channel are not supported for the given type of device. The values that can be specified for Minimum and Maximum depend on the counter timebase rate.
Error -200528 Requested line grouping is invalid. Either choose one channel for all lines or one channel for each line as the line grouping.
Error -200529 Unexpected identifier following the switch operation in the connection list. Switch operations must be separated by a comma inside the connection list.
Error -200530 Unexpected identifier following the relay name in the relay list. Relay names must be separated by a comma inside the relay list.
Error -200531 Relay name is not specified in the list entry.
Error -200532 Unexpected identifier following switch channel name.
Error -200533 Identifier found in the script is too long. Use identifiers with no more than 511 characters.
Error -200534 Waveform name is too long. Use waveform names with no more than 511 characters.
Error -200535 Specified value is larger than the maximum value supported for this property.
Error -200536 Specified value is smaller than the minimum value supported for this property.
Error -200537 Supplied forward and reverse coefficients yield inconsistent results when they are used for computations related to this property. In other words, using the result of the forward scale as input to the reverse scale does not yield the original data. Based on the forward coefficients, the value for the property is invalid. Supply forward and reverse coefficients that yield consistent results.
Error -200538 Action requested is invalid.
Error -200539 Device does not support analog writes with multiple samples per channel. To output multiple samples, call DAQmx Analog Single Sample Write multiple times.
Error -200540 DAC Reference Voltage Value is not set. When the DAC Reference Voltage Source property for a channel is set to External, the DAC Reference Voltage Value property must be set. Set the DAC Reference Voltage Value property so the value matches the reference voltage source connected to your device. Alternatively, consider using the internal DAC reference voltage source available on the device.
Error -200541 Last Self Calibration Date/Time has not been stored on the device by NI-DAQmx. Self-calibrate the board using NI-DAQmx. Alternatively, externally calibrate the board using NI-DAQmx, and then call DAQmx Restore Last External Calibration Constants.
Error -200542 Last Self Calibration Temperature has not been stored on the device by NI-DAQmx. Self-calibrate the board using NI-DAQmx. Alternatively, externally calibrate the board using NI-DAQmx, and then call DAQmx Restore Last External Calibration Constants.
Error -200543 Last External Calibration Date/Time has not been stored on the device by NI-DAQmx. Externally calibrate the board using NI-DAQmx.
Error -200544 Last External Calibration Temperature has not been stored on the device by NI-DAQmx. Externally calibrate the board using NI-DAQmx.
Error -200545 Self-calibration failed. The self-calibration date has not changed. Disconnect the device from external signals, as they might introduce noise. Externally calibrate the device to recalibrate the onboard voltage reference that is used for self-calibration.
Error -200546 External calibration failed, and the external calibration data has not been changed. Make sure that the reference signal used for the calibration is stable and that the voltage matches the value specified to the calibration software. Disconnect the device from any external signals that might be introducing noise.
Error -200547 DAQmx Write failed, because a previous DAQmx Write automatically configured the output buffer size. The buffer size is equal to the original number of samples written per channel, so no more data can be written prior to starting the task. Start the generation before the second DAQmx Write, or set Auto Start to true in all occurences of DAQmx Write. To incrementally write into the buffer prior to starting the task, call DAQmx Configure Output Buffer before the first DAQmx Write.
Error -200548 Requested coupling type is only valid when the trigger source is an external trigger channel.
Error -200549 Self-calibration constants are invalid. Perform a self-calibration. Contact National Instruments Technical Support if you need additional information.
Error -200550 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external reference or sample clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that its rate matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200551 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external reference or sample clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications at all times. Also, verify that its rate matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200552 Specified string is not valid, because it contains an invalid character.
Error -200553 Specified string is not valid, because its first character is a space character.
Error -200554 Specified string is not valid, because its last character is a space character.
Error -200555 Specified string is not valid, because its first character is an underscore.
Error -200556 You only can get the specified property while the task is committed or while the task is running. Commit or start the task prior to getting the property.
Error -200557 Specified property cannot be set while the task is running. Set the property prior to starting the task, or stop the task prior to setting the property.
Error -200558 One task cannot contain multiple independent devices. Create one task for each independent device.
Error -200559 Task cannot contain a channel with the specified channel type, because the task already contains channels with a different channel type. Create one task for each channel type.
Error -200560 Wait Until Done did not indicate that the task was done within the specified timeout. Increase the timeout, check the program, and make sure connections for external timing and triggering are in place.
Error -200561 Attempted writing analog data that is too large or too small. Change Minimum Value and Maximum Value to reflect the range of the channel.
Error -200562 Attempted writing digital data that is not supported.
Error -200563 Specified digital channel contains more bits than supported by the 8-bit version of DAQmx Port Read. Use a version of DAQmx Port Read that supports wider digital ports.
Error -200564 Specified digital channel contains more bits than supported by the 32-bit version of DAQmx Read. Use a version of DAQmx Read that returns an array of Boolean values or digital waveforms.
Error -200565 Specified digital channel contains more bits than supported by the 8-bit version of DAQmx Port Write. Use the version of DAQmx Port Write that supports wider digital ports.
Error -200566 Specified digital channel contains more bits than supported by the 32-bit version of DAQmx Port Write.
Error -200567 Generation cannot be started, because the buffer size was changed since the last write, and this change caused data to be lost. Write data after changing the buffer size.
Error -200568 Generation cannot be started, because the Regeneration Mode property was changed since the last write, and this change caused data to be lost. Write data after changing the Regeneration Mode property.
Error -200569 Type of channel collection used to access the specified channel does not match the channel type. Access the channel through the channel collection that matches the channel type.
Error -200570 Requested channel index is invalid. The value of the index must be between one and the number of channels in the task.
Error -200571 Input Source Select property is set to an internal source for channels in different channel groups. On this device, only one channel group at a time can be configured to use an internal source. Refer to the documentation for details.
Error -200572 Input Source Select property is set differently for channels in one channel group on a device that supports only identical settings within a channel group. Refer to the documentation for more details.
Error -200573 Input Source Select property is set to different internal sources on some channels. On this device, Input Source Select must be set to the same value for all channels with internal sources. Refer to the documentation for more details.
Error -200574 Driver cannot complete the route, because the only way to make the route requires a trigger bus line, and no trigger bus has been configured in MAX for this device. If you have a PXI chassis, make sure it has been properly identified in MAX. If you are using a PCI device, create a RTSI cable in MAX that includes your PCI device even if you are not using any RTSI cables.
Error -200575 Requested value for Samples per Channel is too high when a reference trigger is used. In this case, Samples per Channel cannot exceed the sum of Pretrigger Samples per Channel and the maximum Post-trigger Samples per Channel. Reduce Samples per Channel. Alternatively, consider performing an acquisition with Continuous Sample Mode, or increase the Pretrigger Samples per Channel.
Error -200576 CJC Source cannot be set to Built-In for the specified thermocouple channel. The physical channel does not support a built-in CJC temperature sensor. If your hardware contains a CJC temperature sensor on the physical channel corresponding to the built-in CJC source, make sure that the hardware configuration (including any accessories and/or terminal blocks) is correct. Alternatively, specify a different CJC Source, or use hardware with a built-in CJC temperature sensor.
Error -200577 Requested AI Minimum value is too large.
Error -200578 Requested AI Minimum value is too small.
Error -200579 Requested AI Maximum value is too large.
Error -200580 Requested AI Maximum value is too small.
Error -200581 Specified property is not supported, because Reference Clock Source is "None".
Error -200582 Values for AO channel properties lead to an output voltage that exceeds the maximum for the device.
Error -200583 Values of the AO channel properties lead to an output voltage that is less than the minimum for the device.
Error -200584 Write failed, because the number of samples to write per channel is invalid. The number of samples to write per channel must be an integer multiple of the samples to write per channel increment.
Error -200585 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock, make sure it is connected and within specifications. If you are generating your sample clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200586 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock, make sure it is connected and within specifications. If you are generating your sample clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200587 Requested operation could not be performed, because the specified digital lines are either reserved or the device is not present in NI-DAQmx. It is possible that these lines are reserved by another task, the device is being used through the Traditional NI-DAQ interface, or the device is being reset. You might also get the error if the specified resource is currently in use by LabVIEW network variables bound to the DAQ Channel, or if the DAQ Channel is being used in any OPC Client software. If you are using these lines with another task, wait for the task to complete. If you are using the device through the Traditional NI-DAQ interface, and you want to use it with NI-DAQmx, reset (initialize) the device using the Traditional NI-DAQ interface. If you are resetting the device, wait for the reset to finish.
Error -200588 Specified event handler cannot be removed, because it is installed on a different NI-DAQmx object. Remove the event handler from the NI-DAQmx object on which it was installed.
Error -200589 Specified event handler cannot be removed, because it has already been removed.
Error -200590 Specified event handler cannot be removed, because it is invalid. It has never been installed on this or any other NI-DAQmx object.
Error -200591 Negative buffer size was supplied. The buffer size must be zero or greater.
Error -200592 Given range in the input string contains too many objects. Check the string. If necessary, split the input string into smaller ranges.
Error -200593 Value of this property cannot be determined until the containing task is verified. Before attempting to get the value of this property, you must make sure the task has been verified. You can do this by starting the task, using the task control method to verify the task, reading from the task if the Read Auto Start property is true, or writing to the task and specifying true for the auto start parameter.
Error -200594 Value passed for the direction parameter is invalid. Use one of the values of the corresponding enumeration.
Error -200595 Invalid identifier at the beginning of the switch operation in the list entry.
Error -200596 Channels in the switch operation span different devices.
Error -200597 Specified output operation cannot be satisfied, because it requires lines that are currently in use by another output operation.
Error -200598 Repetition of a number in the Prescaled Values is invalid for input operations.
Error -200599 Repetition of a number in Scaled Values is invalid for output operations.
Error -200600 NI-DAQmx cannot generate virtual channel names for some of the physical channels specified, because the numeric suffix of the resulting channel names would be too large. Either explicitly specify a virtual channel name for each physical channel name, or decrease the numeric suffix of the last set of virtual channel names.
Error -200601 Property not supported by this scale type.
Error -200602 Prescaled Minimum cannot be equal to Prescaled Maximum for input operations.
Error -200603 Scaled Minimum cannot be equal to Scaled Maximum for output operations.
Error -200604 NULL pointer was passed for a required parameter.
Error -200605 Given range in the input string contains a number that is too large. Check the string. Use smaller numbers in the range, or replace the range with a comma-separated list.
Error -200606 Requested channel index is invalid. The value of the index must be between one and the number of channels in the task.
Error -200607 Two signals cannot be simultaneously exported on the same terminal.
Error -200608 Acquisition cannot be started, because the selected buffer size is too small. Increase the buffer size.
Error -200609 Generation cannot be started, because the selected buffer size is too small. Increase the buffer size.
Error -200610 Requested sample clock source is invalid for output. The specified sample clock source terminal is only supported for input.
Error -200611 Operation cannot be performed, because there are no channels of the requested type in the task.
Error -200612 Requested channel index is invalid. The value of the index must be between 0 and the number of channels in the task minus one.
Error -200613 Acquisition has been stopped to prevent an input buffer overwrite. Your application was unable to read samples from the buffer fast enough to prevent new samples from overwriting unread data. To avoid this error, you can do any of the following: 1. Increase the size of the buffer. 2. Increase the number of samples you read each time you invoke a read operation. 3. Read samples more often. 4. Reduce the sample rate. 5. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. 6. Reduce the number of applications your computer is running concurrently. In addition, if you do not need to read every sample that is acquired, use the Relative To and Offset properties to read the desired samples.
Error -200614 Combination of Samples to Read, Position, and Offset results in an attempt to read past the end of the record. You only can read samples within the record.
Error -200615 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200616 Specified asynchronous operation handle is invalid.
Error -200617 Output generation was aborted by the reverse power protection circuitry of the device. Either the output signal exceeded the output power limit, or power was being driven back into the output of the device by an external source. Correct the problem, then generate the signal again.
Error -200618 Analog input virtual channels cannot be created out of order with respect to their physical channel numbers for the type of analog device you are using. For example, a virtual channel using physical channel ai0 must be created before a virtual channel with physical channel ai1.
Error -200619 Chassis cannot be used for more than one scanning operation at the same time. Do only one scanning operation, or combine multiple scanning operations into a single operation.
Error -200620 Requested multiple virtual channels that correspond to the same analog input physical channel within a single task. A task cannot contain multiple analog input physical channels for this type of device. Use different physical channels for each virtual channel.
Error -200621 Onboard device memory underflow. Because of system and/or bus-bandwidth limitations, the driver could not write data to the device fast enough to keep up with the device output rate. Reduce your sample rate. If your data transfer method is interrupts, try using DMA or USB Bulk. You can also reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently.
Error -200622 Requested number of samples to write is invalid. Change the number of samples to be written to a number equal to or greater than zero.
Error -200623 Device has shut down because a sensor on the device detected a temperature above the device's maximum recommended operating temperature. To use the device again, either turn the chassis/computer off until the device has cooled, or ensure the device has cooled, and reset the device (either programmatically or through Measurements & Automation Explorer).
Error -200624 You have not specified an active channel when getting a property. Specify a single line as the active physical channel.
Error -200625 You have specified more than one line as the active physical channel when getting a property. Specify a single line.
Error -200626 An empty physical channel has been specified within the power up states array. Specify a correct physical channel.
Error -200627 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200628 Pause and reference triggers are both configured, which is not supported in this task.
Error -200629 Requested different values for properties that must have equal values on this device.
Error -200630 Requested write offset is invalid, because it is not an integer multiple of the write increment.
Error -200631 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200632 Hardware clocking error occurred. If you are using an external sample clock, make sure it is connected and within the jitter and voltage level specifications. Also, verify that the rate of the external clock matches the specified clock rate. If you are generating your clock internally, please contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200633 Script name is the same as an existing waveform name. Make sure that the script name is different from the names of previously written or allocated waveforms.
Error -200634 Waveform name is the same as an existing script name. Make sure that the waveform name is different from the names of previously written scripts.
Error -200635 You have attempted to control a Watchdog Task, but the task supplied was not a Watchdog Task.
Error -200636 For this device, any connection specified in the scan list must wait for a trigger (;). If your scan list contains an action sequence similar to "ch0->com0 &" or "ch0->com0 &&", change the action sequence to "ch0->com0;".
Error -200637 For this device, an action separator (& or &&) is required after breaking a connection in the scan list. If your scan list contains an action sequence similar to "~ch0->com0;", change the action sequence to "~ch0->com0 &" or "~ch0->com0 &&".
Error -200638 For this device, two consecutive wait for triggers are not supported after any connection in the scan list. If your scan list contains an action sequence similar to "ch0->com0;;", change the action sequence to "ch0->com0;".
Error -200639 For this device, connections specified in the scan list must be disconnected before making new connections. If your scanlist contains an action sequence similar to "ch0->com0;;", change the action sequence to "ch0->com0; ~ch0->com0".
Error -200640 For this device, send advance complete (<sac>) is not supported after any wait for triggers (;) in the scan list. If your scan list contains an action sequence similar to "ch0->com0; <sac>", change the action sequence to "ch0->com0;".
Error -200641 Property cannot be set separately for each line. When setting this property, specify a virtual channel as the active channel.
Error -200642 You have not specified an active channel when getting a property. Specify a single line as the active channel.
Error -200643 You have specified more than one line when getting a property. Specify a single line as the active channel.
Error -200644 Attempt to reset watchdog timer failed, because the timer had already expired. Clear expiration of the watchdog timer, or configure a longer watchdog timer timeout.
Error -200645 Attempt to set the digital filter interval failed, because another task has already configured a different digital filter interval. Use the same digital filter interval in the two tasks, or wait for the other task to finish before starting or committing this task.
Error -200646 Some of the physical channels in the task are configured for different filter intervals, which is not supported by this type of device. Configure all lines in the task to use the same digital filter interval.
Error -200647 Specified physical channel does not support digital input. Change the direction of the task, use another terminal, or use another device. To read from digital output lines, create a digital output task and use DAQmx Read.
Error -200648 Device identifier of the physical channel specified is not the same as the device used in the task. Use only the physical channels on the device used in the task.
Error -200649 Specified a physical channel for change detection that is not contained by any channel in the task. Use only physical channels already contained by a channel, or create an additional channel containing the desired physical channel .
Error -200650 Attempt to set programmable powerup state failed, because the specified physical channel only supports digital input, and the programmable powerup state does not apply.
Error -200651 Attempt to set watchdog timer expiration state failed, because the specified physical channel only supports digital input, and watchdog timer expiration state does not apply.
Error -200652 Attempt to set programmable powerup state failed, because only some of the channels from the port were specified. For this type of device, you must specify programmable powerup state for entire ports.
Error -200653 Attempt to set programmable powerup state failed, because some of the lines in a port were tristated and others were not. For this type of device, programmable powerup states of all lines in a port have to be either tristated or not tristated.
Error -200654 Attempt to set watchdog timer expiration state failed, because some of the lines in a port were tristated, and others were not. For this type of device, watchdog timer expiration states of all lines in a port have to be either tristated or not tristated.
Error -200655 Attempted to read more samples than what was configured in the acquisition. Restart the acquisition, increase the Samples Per Channel property, or set the Sample Mode property to Continuous Samples.
Error -200656 Operation failed, because an attempt was made to use only the onboard memory for generation when regeneration of data was not allowed. Set the Regeneration Mode property to Allow Regeneration or set the Use Only Onboard Memory property to false.
Error -200657 Attempt to get property failed, because you specified multiple channels, and the property has different values for different channels. Get this property one channel at a time.
Error -200658 Attempt to get property failed, because your task contains multiple channels, and the property has different values for different channels. Get this property one channel at a time using Active Channel to specify each individual channel.
Error -200659 Attempt to get property failed, because the single channel you specified corresponds to multiple physical channels, and the property has different values for those different physical channels. Get this property one physical channel at a time. For digital channels, you might have to specify a single digital line.
Error -200660 Requested Sample Clock Rate is not available because this task shares the Sample Clock Source or the Sample Clock Timebase with another task. The other task has already programmed one of those properties in a manner inconsistent with the requested Sample Clock Rate. Specify a Sample Clock Rate consistent with the settings in the other task, or change the settings in the other task. Refer to documentation for more detailed information.
Error -200661 Requested operation is not supported because the Reference Clock Source is "None".
Error -200662 Attempt to create a watchdog timer task failed because the device does not support the feature, or the wrong device type was specified. For NI CompactDAQ devices supporting this feature, specify the chassis name on which to create a watchdog timer task.
Error -200663 Attempt to set programmable powerup states failed because the device does not support the feature.
Error -200664 Specified operation cannot be performed because the task has not been started, committed, or reserved. Call DAQmx Start or DAQmx Control with action set to Commit or Reserve prior to requesting this operation.
Error -200665 Expiration states requested are not supported by the lines in the port. For this device, the Watchdog Timer Expiration States must be either No Change for all lines in a port or a combination of values other than No Change for all lines in a port. For example, the combination of No Change for one line and High for another line is not supported, while a value of Low for one line and High for another line is supported.
Error -200666 Attempt to configure a port or any of its lines for input failed, because this port is currently configured for digital output by the watchdog timer. Choose another port, or modify the watchdog timer task to set the expiration state of the port to Tristate or No Change.
Error -200667 Attempt to configure a port or any of its lines to have an expiration state of Output failed, because the port or some of its lines are currently reserved for use by an input task. Set the expiration state of the port to Tristate or No Change, or choose a different port for digital input.
Error -200668 Requested value is not a supported value for Watchdog Timer Timeout. Use special value -1.0 to indicate that the internal timer should be disabled, and the watchdog timer will expire based on the external expiration trigger, or specify another valid value.
Error -200669 Attempt to set the Connect DAC Reference to Ground property failed, because the Allow Connecting DAC Reference to Ground property was not True. To connect DAQ reference to ground, you must set two properties to True: Connect DAC Reference to Ground and Allow Connecting DAC Reference to Ground.
Error -200670 DAC Range Low is not equal in magnitude and opposite in sign from DAC Reference Value. If you do not set the DAC Range Low property, the driver sets it for you. Otherwise, ensure DAC Range Low and DAC Reference Voltage Value are equal in magnitude and opposite in sign.
Error -200671 Switch device has been disabled to prevent it from exceeding its simultaneous relay drive limit. To recover, call DAQmx Disconnect All, or reset the device. The device can be reset either programmatically or by using Measurement & Automation Explorer.
Error -200672 Input arrays are of different sizes. These arrays must have the same size.
Error -200673 Multiple samples cannot be written using a single sample write. Ensure the waveform contains only a single sample.
Error -200674 Switch operation failed due to a previous error. The device may have been powered off and back on. To use the device again, reset the device either programmatically or by using Measurement & Automation Explorer.
Error -200675 Input Source Select is set to an internal source for channels in different channel groups. On this device, only one channel group at a time can be configured to use an internal source. Refer to documentation for details.
Error -200676 Input Source Select property is set differently for channels in one channel group on a device that supports only identical settings within a channel group. Refer to documentation for details.
Error -200677 Input Source Select property is set to different internal sources on some channels. On this device, Input Source Select must be set the same way for all channels with internal sources. Refer to documentation for details.
Error -200678 Write failed because at least one of the lines in the task is also in a watchdog timer task whose watchdog timer has expired. Clear the expiration of the watchdog timer before writing by using DAQmx Control Watchdog Task, by restarting the watchdog timer task, or by resetting the device programmatically or through the Measurements & Automation Explorer. To prevent this error in the future reset the watchdog timer more frequently or increase the watchdog timer timeout.
Error -200679 When Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point, Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable cannot be true. Set Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable to false or change Sample Mode.
Error -200680 Device has shut down because a sensor on the device detected a temperature above the device's maximum recommended operating temperature. To use the device again, either turn the chassis/computer off until the device has cooled, or ensure the device has cooled, and reset the device (either programmatically or through Measurements & Automation Explorer).
Error -200681 Route failed because either the source or destination of the route is also a line in a watchdog timer task whose watchdog timer has expired. Clear the expiration of the watchdog timer before routing by using DAQmx Control Watchdog Task, by restarting the watchdog timer task, or by resetting the device programmatically or through Measurements & Automation Explorer. To prevent this error in the future reset the watchdog timer more frequently or increase the watchdog timer timeout.
Error -200682 Data could not be read because the reference trigger master session is unavailable. To avoid this error, read data before closing the reference trigger master session.
Error -200683 NI-DAQmx has detected a corrupt installation. Please re-install NI-DAQmx. If you continue to receive this message, please contact National Instruments for assistance.
Error -200684 Pulse duty cycle specified is not supported for this device given the pulse frequency and Counter Timebase Rate.
Error -200685 Pulse frequency specified is not supported for this device given the Counter Timebase Rate.
Error -200686 Pulse high time specified is not supported for this device given the Counter Timebase Rate.
Error -200687 Pulse low time specified is not supported for this device given the Counter Timebase Rate.
Error -200688 Pulse high tick count specified is not supported for this device.
Error -200689 Pulse low tick count specified is not supported for this device.
Error -200690 Buffered operations are not supported if Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point. Do not configure a buffer, or change the Sample Mode value.
Error -200691 Buffered operations are not compatible with the requested Wait Mode. Do not configure a buffer, or set Wait Mode to Yield.
Error -200692 Number of samples per channel to write multiplied by the number of channels in the task cannot be an odd number for this device. Adjust the number of samples per channel to write or the number of channels in the task so that their product is an integer multiple of two.
Error -200693 Buffer size (in samples per channel) multiplied by the number of channels in the task cannot be an odd number for this device. Adjust the buffer size or the number of channels in the task so that their product is an integer multiple of two.
Error -200694 AI Minimum was not specified for an operation that requires it.
Error -200695 AI Maximum was not specified for an operation that requires it.
Error -200696 Bridge offset nulling calibration is not supported by the specified channels. Specify only the analog input channels that are configured to measure sensors in a bridge configuration.
Error -200697 Calibration data could not be acquired. Ensure that the device(s) are configured and functioning properly.
Error -200698 Route failed because the PXI chassis is not identified. The existence of the source terminal depends on the chassis being identified. Use the Measurements & Automation Explorer (MAX) to identify your chassis.
Error -200699 Route failed because the PXI chassis is not identified. The existence of the destination terminal depends on the chassis being identified. Use the Measurements & Automation Explorer (MAX) to identify your chassis.
Error -200700 PXI_Star is not available as a source terminal for devices in PXI slot 2. PXI slot 2 has specific PXI_Star<n> lines, such as PXI_Star3. Move your device to one of slots 3 through 15, or select a different source terminal.
Error -200701 PXI_Star is not available as a destination terminal for devices in PXI slot 2. PXI slot 2 has specific PXI_Star<n> lines, such as PXI_Star3. Move your device to one of slots 3 through 15, or select a different destination terminal.
Error -200702 PXI_Star is not available as a destination terminal for devices in PXI slots 16 and above. Move your device to one of slots 3 through 15, or select a different destination terminal.
Error -200703 PXI_Star is not available as a source terminal for devices in PXI slots 16 and above. Move your device to one of slots 3 through 15, or select a different source terminal.
Error -200704 PXI_Star<n> is available as a source terminal only for devices in the star trigger controller slot (slot 2). To use PXI_Star (without any numbers), do not specify a star line number. To use PXI_Star<n>, move your device to slot 2.
Error -200705 PXI_Star<n> is available as a destination terminal only for devices in the star trigger controller slot (slot 2). To use PXI_Star (without any numbers), do not specify a star line number. To use PXI_Star<n>, move your device to slot 2.
Error -200706 PXI_Clk10In is available as a destination terminal only for devices in the star trigger controller slot (slot 2). Move your device to PXI slot 2.
Error -200708 Getting a property that pertains to multiple items failed because the value was different for different items. Get the specified property for one item at a time. For example, if you are getting a property for two markers, such as "marker0:1" or "marker0, marker1", and the property values are different for the two markers, you must get them in two steps (one for marker0 and another for marker1).
Error -200709 No TEDS sensor was detected on the specified physical channel. Ensure that your sensor is properly connected. If the sensor is connected to a TEDS interface device with addresses, make sure the configured address matches the address set on the interface device.
Error -200710 Input Source Select property is set to an internal source with more than one channel in the task. On this device, an internal input source is supported only when there is one channel in the task. Remove all of the channels currently in the task except the channel that will be used to acquire the internal input source.
Error -200711 An attempt has been made to use an analog trigger with the Input Source Select property set to an internal source. Either change the Input Source Select property ot specify an external source, or use a different analog trigger source.
Error -200712 Digital input configuration failed because at least one of the lines in the task was in an expired watchdog task, and the expiration state of the line was set to output. Clear the expiration of the watchdog task by using DAQmx Control Task, by restarting the watchdog task, or by resetting the device either programmatically or by using Measurement & Automation Explorer. To prevent this error in the future, reset the watchdog timer more frequently or increase the watchdog timer timeout.
Error -200713 Channels specified cannot appear in the same task on this device. Create a separate task for each of the channels specified.
Error -200714 Acquisition has stopped because the driver could not transfer the data from the device to the computer memory fast enough. This was caused by computer system limitations. Reduce your sample clock rate, the number of channels in the task, or the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently.
Error -200715 Digital input detected a new sample clock before the previous sample was latched into onboard memory. If you are using an external sample clock, ensure that it is connected, within the jitter and voltage level specifications, and without glitches. If applicable, reduce your sample clock rate or use a product capable of higher sample clock rates.
Error -200716 Digital output detected a new sample clock edge before the previous sample could be written from the onboard memory. If you are using an external sample clock, ensure that it is connected, within jitter and voltage level specifications, and without glitches. If applicable, reduce your sample clock rate or use a product capable of higher sample clock rates.
Error -200717 Measurement taken during calibration produced an invalid AI offset calibration constant. If performing an external calibration, ensure that the reference voltage value passed to the calibration VI or function is correct. Repeat the calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200718 Measurement taken during calibration produced an invalid AI gain calibration constant. If performing an external calibration, ensure that the reference voltage value passed to the calibration VI or function is correct. Repeat the calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200719 Measurement taken during calibration produced an invalid AO offset calibration constant. If performing an external calibration, ensure that the reference voltage value passed to the calibration VI or function is correct. Repeat the calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200720 Measurement taken during calibration produced an invalid AO gain calibration constant. If performing an external calibration, ensure that the reference voltage passed to the calibration VI or function is correct. Repeat the calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200721 Computed frequency resolution of the VCXO CalDAC circuitry is not sufficient to perform timebase calibration. Ensure that the reference frequency is stable and that the frequency passed to the calibration VI or function is correct. Repeat the external timebase calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200722 Timebase calibration algorithm failed to converge within the required tolerance. Ensure that the reference frequency is stable and that the frequency passed to the calibration VI or function is correct. Repeat the external timebase calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200723 Variance of the measured external reference frequency is too large to perform timebase calibration. Ensure that the reference frequency is stable. Repeat the external timebase calibration. If the error persists, contact National Instruments Technical Support.
Error -200724 Digital Input Tristate property has different values for different channels in the task, which is not supported for this type of device. Change the property to a single value for all channels in the task, or use more than one task.
Error -200725 Some or all of the lines in the task are used by another task for handshaking input. These lines cannot be used in a static input task. Use a line that is not in a handshaking input task or stop using the line in the handshaking input task.
Error -200726 Some or all of the lines in the task are used by another task for static input. These lines cannot be used in a handshaking input task. Use a port that is not already used by a static input task or stop using the line in the static input task.
Error -200727 Some or all of the lines in the task are used by another task for handshaking control. These lines cannot be used in a static input task. Use a line that is not also a control line in a handshaking task, or stop using the line for handshaking control.
Error -200728 Some or all of the handshaking control lines for this task are used by another task for static input. These lines cannot be used for handshaking control. Use a port whose handshaking control lines are not already used by a static input task or stop using the lines for handshaking control.
Error -200729 Value of the Tristate property for some or all of the channels in the task is False, and Sample Timing Type is Handshake, which is not supported by this device. Set the Tristate property to True for all channels or change the Sample Timing Type.
Error -200730 Value of Tristate property for some or all of the channels in the task is False, and Sample Timing Type is Change Detection, which is not supported by this device. Set the Tristate property to True for all channels or change the Sample Timing Type.
Error -200731 Sample Mode is Hardware Timed, and Sample Timing Type is On Demand, which is not supported by this device. Change Sample Mode or Sample Timing Type.
Error -200732 Some of all of the lines in the task have had their Digital Filter Enable property set, which is not supported when the value of the Tristate property is False. Change the value of the Tristate property, or do not set the Digital Filter Enable property.
Error -200733 Some or all of the lines in the task have ahd their Digital Filter Minimum Pulse Width property set, which is not supported when the value of the Tristate property is False. Change the value of the Tristate property, or do not set the Digital Filter Minimum Pulse Width property.
Error -200734 Device does not support DMA for the Data Transfer Mechanism when performing non-buffered acquisitions. Set Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O.
Error -200735 Given the specified Reference Clock Source, you must set the Reference Clock Rate to a value equal to the frequency of the supplied signal.
Error -200736 FREQOUT counter cannot generate the desired frequency. The FREQOUT counter is a 4-bit counter that can divide either the 10 MHz Timebase or the 100 kHz Timebase by a number between one and sixteen. Chose a frequency within this range.
Error -200737 For this type of device, the Input Buffer Size (in Samples per Channel) must be equal to the value of the Sample Quanity-Samples per Channel property when Sample Mode is Finite Samples.
Error -200738 Specified timing source does not exist.
Error -200739 Specified property is not supported for the given timing source.
Error -200740 Task used as the timing source for a Timed Loop was started before the Timed Loop was executed. Let the Timed Loop start the task, or use the task without the Timed Loop.
Error -200741 A TEDS sensor not supported by DAQmx is connected to the specified physical channel. Consider using MAX to create a Task, a Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200742 Memory of the TEDS sensor connected to the specified physical channel is corrupted, as indicated by an invalid check-sum. Replace the sensor or have the sensor repaired. If the memory is the only defective part of the sensor, consider using MAX to create a Task, a Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200743 For this device, a TEDS terminal block must be connected to the device and configured in MAX in order to perform a TEDS operation.
Error -200744 Specified reference clock rate does not match the specified reference clock source. Do not set the refererence clock rate when you are using an internal reference clock source. In this case, the driver sets the reference clock rate for you.
Error -200745 Frequency and Initial Delay property values are inconsistent with one or more counter timebase properties. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following constraints: Counter Timebase Rate / Counter Maximum Count <= Frequency <= Counter Timebase Rate / 4 Counter Timebase Rate / Counter Maximum Count <= 1 / Initial Delay <= Counter Timebase Rate / 2 If the Counter Timebase Rate is not specified, it is inferred from the Counter Timebase Source selection.
Error -200746 Initial Delay, High Time, and Low Time property values are inconsistent with one or more counter timebase properties. The conflicting properties must satisfy the following constraints: 2 / Counter Timebase Rate <= Initial Delay <= Counter Maximum Count / Counter Timebase Rate 2 / Counter Timebase Rate <= High Time <= Counter Maximum Count / Counter Timebase Rate 2 / Counter Timebase Rate <= Low Time <= Counter Maximum Count / Counter Timebase Rate If the Counter Timebase Rate is not specified, it is inferred from the Counter Timebase Source selection.
Error -200747 Acquisition type specified is not supported by the FREQOUT channel. To use the FREQOUT channel, set the acquisition type to a value supported by FREQOUT. To use specified output type, use a different counter output channel.
Error -200748 DAQmx Write was invoked more than once between two consecutive sample clocks. When Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point, invoke DAQmx Write only once between two consecutive sample clocks.
Error -200749 Specified gain is not supported.
Error -200750 Specified voltage is invalid for the given gain.
Error -200751 Sample Timing Type was set to Change Detection but no physical channels on which to detect changes were specified. Specify the Change Detection Digital Input Rising and/or Falling Edge Physical Channels, or specify a different Sample Timing Type.
Error -200752 You have specified more than one physical channel as the active channel which is not supported. Specify a single physical channel.
Error -200753 TEDS sensor data or the Virtual TEDS data file contains an error which was detected during parsing. Ensure your TEDS sensor or Virtual TEDS data file conforms to the specification. If this is not possible, use custom scales with the sensor.
Error -200754 TEDS template specifies parameters that are not supported by DAQmx. Use custom scales with this sensor.
Error -200755 TEDS sensor data or Virtual TEDS data file contains multiple calibration templates. Only one calibration template is supported by DAQmx. Use custom scales with this sensor.
Error -200756 Type of TEDS sensor associated with the channel is incompatible with the Measurement Type. Use the TEDS sensor for measurements compatible with the sensor.
Error -200757 Sample Timing Type is set to On Demand which is not supported for analog input on this device. Set Sample Timing Type to Sample Clock. You can achieve this whlie setting related properties through DAQmx VIs or functions for configuring timing.
Error -200758 Sample Timing Type is set to On Demand which is not supported for analog output on this device. Set Sample Timing Type to Sample Clock. You can achieve this while setting related properties through DAQmx VIs or functions for configuring timing.
Error -200759 Range specified by the AO Maximum and Minimum Value, and AO Voltage Units properties does not lie within the range specified by the AO DAC Range High and Low properties. Change the values of these properties. If you do not specify AO DAC Range High and Low, the driver will set them based on other properties.
Error -200760 Range specified by the AO Maximum and Minimum Value, and AO Voltage Units properties does not lie within the range specified by the AO Gain property. Change the values of these properties. If you do not specify AO Gain, the driver will set it based on other properties.
Error -200761 Task cannot issue sync pulse because another task is currently running on this device. For this type of device, the task can issue a sync pulse if it is the only task running on the device. If your task is not being used for synchronization, set the Sync Pulse Source property to "" or "None" to avoid receiving an error.
Error -200762 Task cannot issue sync pulse because the task has an external sample clock timebase. For this type of device, the task can issue a sync pulse if the Sample Clock Timebase Source is Onboard Clock.
Error -200763 For analog input with the current Data Transfer Mechanism on this type of device, the input buffer size (in samples per channel) must be an integer multiple of the transfer size. Change the Data Transfer Mechanism or the input buffer size.
Error -200764 TEDS sensor connected to the specified physical channel uses a linear mapping method and specifies the linear slope to be zero. Replace the sensor or have the sensor repaired. If the memory is the only defective part of the sensor, consider using MAX to create a Task, Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200765 Mapping method of the TEDS sensor connected to the specified physical channel is invalid or is not supported by the driver. If the sensor is defective, replace it or have it repaired. Otherwise, consider using MAX to create a Task, Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200766 Legacy template ID of the TEDS sensor connected to the specified physical channel is invalid or is not supported by the driver. If the sensor is defective, replace it or have it repaired. Otherwise, consider using MAX to create a Task, Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200767 Data Transfer Mechanism is set to Programmed I/O which is not supported for buffered analog output. Change Data Transfer Mechanism or use non-buffered analog output.
Error -200768 Data Transfer Mechanism is not set to Programmed I/O, the only value supported for non-buffered analog output. Set your Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O or use buffered analog output.
Error -200769 Data Transfer Mechanism is not set to Programmed I/O, the only value supported when the Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point. Set your Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O or change the Sample Mode.
Error -200770 Digital Filter Enable and Digital Synchronization Enable properties cannot be true at the same time.
Error -200771 Digital Filter Enable is set to true but the Minimum Pulse Width property is not configured. Configure the Minimum Pulse Width property or set Digital Filter Enable to false.
Error -200772 Digital filtering is not available for the given terminal.
Error -200773 Digital synchronization is not available for the given terminal.
Error -200774 Terminal has already been configured with a different Minimum Pulse Width by another property in this task.
Error -200775 Terminal has already been configured with a different Minimum Pulse Width by another task.
Error -200776 Desired Minimum Pulse Width could not be produced. Minimum Pulse Width is affected by the Digital Filter Timebase Source and the Digital Filter Timebase Rate. To see how these two property settings can affect the Minimum Pulse Width, refer to product documentation for more details.
Error -200777 Desired Minimum Pulse Width could not be produced by the device.
Error -200778 Sample Mode is set to a value other than Hardware Timed Single Point. This is the only value supported for counter generations when Sample Timing Type is set to Sample Clock. Change the Sample Mode or the Sample Timing Type.
Error -200779 Reverse Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. This set of coefficients must contain at least one term. The polynomial scale class constructor has overloads that can calculate the Reverse Coefficients from the Forward Coefficients if only one set of coefficients is available.
Error -200780 Forward Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. This set of coefficients must contain at least one term. The polynomial scale class constructor has overloads that can calculate the Reverse Coefficients from the Forward Coefficients if only one set of coefficients is available.
Error -200781 Forward and Reverse Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. Each of these two sets of coefficients must contain at least one term. The polynomial scale class constructor has overloads that can calculate one set of coefficients from the other set if only one set is available.
Error -200782 Reverse Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. This set of coefficients must contain at least one term.
Error -200783 Forward Coefficients for a polynomial scale are not specified. This set of coefficients must contain at least one term.
Error -200784 Virtual TEDS file could not be found at the specified location. Specify correct location for the Virtual TEDS file.
Error -200785 Timing source created is invalid because of the Sample Timing Type settings. To use this timing source with a Timed Loop, set the Sample Timing Type to Change Detection. You can configure the Sample Timing Type to Change Detection while setting related properties through the DAQmx Timing (Change Detection) VI or function.
Error -200786 Requested Sample Clock Rate cannot be generated given the specified external Sample Clock Timebase Rate. To keep the specified Sample Clock Timebase Rate, use one of the Sample Clock Rates that can be generated.
Error -200787 Specified Start Trigger Type is not supported for counter output tasks when the Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point on this type of device. Set the Start Trigger Type to None to use this Sample Mode.
Error -200788 Measured bridge offset is outside the limits allowed for offset nulling calibration for this device. Ensure your sensor is wired and functioning properly, and that its output offset is within device limits.
Error -200789 Read cannot be performed because this version of DAQmx Read uses a data type that is too small for the channels in this task. Use a different version of DAQmx Read.
Error -200790 Write cannot be performed because this version of DAQmx Write uses a data type that is too small for the channels in this task. Use a different version of DAQmx Write.
Error -200791 TEDS cannot be configured for the specified channel. Ensure that your TEDS sensor is connected to the channel through a TEDS interface (for example BNC-2096, SC-2350, or SCXI-1314T), and that this interface is configured in MAX. Alternatively a virtual TEDS file can be used.
Error -200792 You have specified more than one physical channel which is not supported. Specify a single physical channel.
Error -200793 For a device of this type, setting the AO Idle Output Behavior to Maintain Existing Value is not supported when analog output is synchronized.
Error -200794 You cannot use DAQmx Write for multiple counter channels within one task. If appropriate, create one task per counter output channel. To update multiple counter channels within one task use counter output properties.
Error -200795 There was an overflow of the device onboard memory while performing a hardware timed non-buffered generation. Write only one sample per channel between two consecutive sample clocks to avoid this condition.
Error -200796 Hardware timed non-buffered analog output could not be performed because Memory Mapping for Programmed I/O Enable was set to true. Disable memory mapping for hardware timed non-buffered analog output.
Error -200797 An empty string was specified as a terminal name which is not supported. Specify a valid terminal name.
Error -200798 Device does not support change detection for lines that do not allow digital input. Use lines that allow digital input for change detection.
Error -200799 DAQmx Create Timing Source created an invalid source because the specified Sample Mode is not supported when the signal is Event Counting. To use this timing source with a Timed Loop, change the Sample Mode.
Error -200800 Event source signal specified is not supported with the Measurement Type and/or Sample Timing Type of the task.
Error -200801 DAQmx Create Timing Source created an invalid source because the requested signal is not supported for counter output. To use this task as the timing source with a Timed Loop, specify the Counter Output Event as the signal.
Error -200802 Write cannot be performed when the task is not started, the sample timing type is something other than On Demand, and the output buffer size is zero. Call DAQmx Start before DAQmx Write, set auto start to true on DAQmx Write, modify the sample timing type, or change the output buffer size.
Error -200803 Write cannot be performed before you start the task for on demand or hardware-timed single-point operations. Start the task before you write samples, set the autostart input on DAQmx Write to true, or use hardware timing with a sample mode of finite or continuous.
Error -200804 Last External Calibration Date/Time is not available, because the last external calibration if the device was not performed using the NI-DAQmx API. Last External Calibration Date/Time will become available after you perform external calibration of the device using the NI-DAQmx API.
Error -200806 Requested Minimum Pulse Width cannot be applied because the programmable filter clock has already been configured with a different Minimum Pulse Width by another task. For this type of device, there is only one programmable filter clock per device.
Error -200807 Requested Minimum Pulse Width cannot be applied because the programmable filter clock has already been configured with a different Minimum Pulse Width when a different terminal was configured by the same task. For this type of device, there is only one programmable filter clock per device, and the device can use only one external timebase filter at a time.
Error -200808 TEDS sensors cannot be configured on real-time (RT) systems. Use MAX to configure the TEDS sensor instead.
Error -200809 TEDS sensors cannot be cleared on real-time (RT) systems.
Error -200810 Requested string contains characters that cannot be interpreted by DAQmx due to installed language support and system locale settings. Ensure that the appropriate language support is installed on the system, and that the system locale is set correctly. For most Windows operating systems, this is done through the Regional Settings option in Control Panel. For a LabVIEW RT target, you should install "Language Support for LabVIEW RT" and change the locale setting for the remote system under the "System Settings" tab in MAX.
Error -200811 Specified string contains characters that cannot be interpreted by DAQmx due to installed language support and system locale settings. If possible, do not use this character. Otherwise, ensure that the appropriate language support is installed on the system, and that the system locale is set correctly. For most Windows operating systems, this is done through the Regional Settings option in the Control Panel. For a LabVIEW RT target, you should install "Language Support for LabVIEW RT" and change the locale setting for the remote system under the "System Setting" tab in MAX.
Error -200812 An attempt has been made to configure a trigger when analog output Sample Mode was set to Hardware Timed Single Point. Configure the analog output sample mode to something other than Hardware Timed Single Point to use a trigger.
Error -200813 Selected Sample Mode is not supported with counter input position measurements.
Error -200814 Onboard Clock is not supported as an Input Terminal for counter measurements. Refer to user documentation for a list of supported input terminals.
Error -200815 TEDS sensor specifies a value for the Minimum Physical Value that is greater than or equal to the Maximum Physical Value. Replace the sensor or have the sensor repaired. If the memory is the only defective part of the sensor, consider using MAX to create a Task, a Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200816 TEDS sensor specifies a value for the Minimum Electrical Value that is greater than or equal to the Maximum Electrical Value. Replace the sensor or have the sensor repaired. If the memory is the only defective part of the sensor, consider using MAX to create a Task, a Global Channel, or a Scale to acquire data using this sensor.
Error -200817 Excitation Value can only be zero when the Input Terminal Configuration is set to Differential on this device. Change the Input Terminal Configuration or set the Excitation Value to zero.
Error -200818 Device has shut down because a sensor on the device detected a temperature in excess of the maximum recommended operating temperature. Possible causes incude excessive current on the device channels and inadequate chassis cooling. To use the device again, reduce the current and/or improve the chassis cooling. Ensure that the device has cooled and reset the device (either programmatically or through Measurements & Automation Explorer).
Error -200819 Programmed I/O is not supported as the Data Transfer Mechanism when the Use Only On Board Memory property is set to true. Change the Data Transfer Mechanism or set Use Only On Board Memory to false.
Error -200820 Sample Mode of Hardware Timed Single Point is not supported for analog input channels on this type of device when the number of channels in the task is odd (not divisible by 2). Add a channel to the task, remove a channel from the task, or use a different Sample Mode.
Error -200821 Sample Mode of Hardware Timed Single Point is not supported for analog input channels on this type of device. Use a different Sample Mode, or select a device which supports Hardware Timed Single Point.
Error -200822 Attempt to write to the PROM on the TEDS failed because the TEDS sensor does not contain a PROM. Write the Basic TEDS data to the EEPROM of the sensor or replace the sensor.
Error -200823 Attempt to write to the PROM on the TEDS sensor failed because the PROM has already been written and it cannot be rewritten. Do not write the Basic TEDS data to the TEDS sensor or replace the sensor.
Error -200824 Attempt to write the Basic TEDS data to the EEPROM failed because the PROM on the TEDS sensor already contains Basic TEDS data. A TEDS sensor can contain the Basic TEDS data in either the PROM or the EEPROM, but not in both. Do not write the Basic TEDS data to the TEDS sensor or replace the sensor.
Error -200825 Write failed because the data size is greater than the size of the EEPROM on the TEDS sensor. Make sure the data size does not exceed the EEPROM size.
Error -200826 TEDS sensor data being written to the TEDS sensor contains an error. Ensure your TEDS sensor data conforms to the specification.
Error -200827 Virtual TEDS data file being written to the TEDS sensor contains an error. Ensure your Virtual TEDS data file conforms to the specification.
Error -200828 Writing to TEDS sensors is not supported on real-time (RT) systems.
Error -200829 DAQmx Write failed because the counter channels have different Output Types. Writes to multiple counter output channels are supported only when all of the counters have identical Output Types. Use identical Output Types for all channels. Alternatively, create multiple tasks (one for each Output Type).
Error -200830 On Demand Simultaneous Analog Output Enable and Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable cannot both be set to true for this device.
Error -200832 DAQmx Read is not supported if the Sample Timing Type is On Demand, the Auto Start property is false, and the task is not running. Start the task before reading samples by calling DAQmx Start Task, set the Read.Auto Start property to true, or change the Sample Timing Type.
Error -200833 DAQmx Read is not supported if the Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point, the Auto Start property is false, and the task is not running. Start the task before reading samples by calling DAQmx Start Task, set the Read.Auto Start property to true, or change the Sample Mode.
Error -200834 DAQmx Read is not supported for non-buffered acquisitions if the Auto Start property is false and the task is not running. Start the task before reading samples by calling DAQmx Start Task, set the Read.Auto Start property to true, or call DAQmx Configure Input Buffer with a buffer size greater than zero.
Error -200835 SCXI device cannot be used in this task because the power to the device was turned off after the task had been created. Call DAQmx Clear Task and then create a new task to use this SCXI device.
Error -200836 Attempt to write to the TEDS sensor failed, possibly because the sensor is not connected properly or because the sensor is defective. Make sure the TEDS sensor is properly connected. Write to the TEDS sensor again. If the write fails again, try using another TEDS sensor. You may need to have the original TEDS sensor repaired.
Error -200837 Samples per Channel must be an integer multiple of the transfer size for this device with the current Data Transfer Mechanism. Change Samples per Channel or the Data Transfer Mechanism.
Error -200838 Output buffer size (in samples per channel) must be an integer multiple of the transfer size for this device with the current Data Transfer Mechanism. Change the output buffer size or the Data Transfer Mechanism.
Error -200839 Tristate property cannot be set to False for any channel in the task when Sample Timing Type is Sample Clock on this device. Set the Tristate property to True for all channels or change the Sample Timing Type.
Error -200840 Prescaler value requested is not supported by this device, given the requested Timebase Source. Set Prescaler to 1, or change the Timebase Source.
Error -200841 Prescaler value requested is not supported by this device, given the requested Input Terminal. Set Prescaler to 1, or change the Input Terminal.
Error -200842 Data Transfer Mechanism is not set to Programmed I/O, the only value supported when the Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point. Set your Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O or change the Sample Mode.
Error -200843 DAQmx Read did not complete before the arrival of three sample clocks which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the hardware clock. Slow down the hardware clock or else change your application so that it can keep up with the hardware clock.
Error -200844 Task contains a 'freqout' counter channel, which cannot be updated while the task is running. Create separate tasks for the 'freqout' channel and the other counter channels if you wish to write to the other counter channels. Alternatively, stop the task, reprogram the counters, and restart the task.
Error -200845 Data Transfer Mechanism is not set to Programmed I/O or DMA, the only values supported for non-buffered operations for this device and Channel Type. Set your Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O or DMA, or use buffering.
Error -200846 Write cannot be performed when the auto start input to DAQmx Write is false, task is not running, and timing for the task is not configured or Timing Type is set to On Demand. Set auto start to true, start the task, or configure timing and specify Timing Type other than On Demand.
Error -200847 Data Transfer Mechanism is set to Programmed I/O, which is not supported for buffered operations for this device and Channel Type. Change Data Transfer Mechanism or do not use buffering.
Error -200848 DAQmx Every N Samples Event is not supported within non-buffered tasks. To receive Every N Samples Event notifications, configure your task to use buffering.
Error -200849 Number of samples to wait in a finite wait instruction must be a multiple of the alignment quantum.
Error -200850 Number of samples to wait in a finite wait instruction must be greater than 0.
Error -200851 Physical channel specified is not available through the cabled device connector used for the SCC carrier. To use the specified channel with an SCC, connect the SCC carrier to the appropriate connector on the cabled device and specify the new configuration through MAX.
Error -200852 Given devices cannot be synchronized in a multiple-device task. Ensure that one of the devices in the task is in PXI slot 2, or specify the Synchronization Pulse Source and the Sample Clock Timebase Source to be from a device in PXI slot 2, even if that device is not in the task.
Error -200853 Terminal specified must include the device name for the given multiple-device task. Include the device name in the terminal name. Example syntax is myDevice3/PFI4.
Error -200854 Given devices cannot be synchronized in a multiple-device task because the Sample Clock Timebase Source specifies a different device from the Synchronization Pulse Source. Modify the Synchronization Pulse Source and/or the Sample Clock Timebase Source to be from the same device or leave one or both unspecified.
Error -200855 Devices cannot be added to a task after configuring timing, triggering, buffers, and/or exported signals. Add all devices to the task before configuring other aspects of the task.
Error -200856 Simulation disabling is not supported for this device, because it was created as a simulated device.
Error -200857 Specified low pass cutoff frequency is not supported.
Error -200858 To use Sample Clock as the Sample Timing Type for analog output on this device, call DAQmx Write before DAQmx Start.
Error -200859 To use Sample Clock as the Sample Timing Type for analog output on this device, specify buffer size greater than 0 in DAQmx Configure Output Buffer.
Error -200860 Combination of specified AI Maximum Sound Pressure Level and AI Microphone Sensitivity settings is not supported by the device. Consider using a microphone with lower sensitivity. If clipping signals at high levels is acceptable, you can use the microphone with specified sensitivity as long as you reduce the AI Maximum Sound Pressure.
Error -200861 Combination of specified AI Maximum Sound Pressure Level, AI Microphone Sensitivity, and other related AI property settings is not supported by the device. Change the values of the related AI properties or do not set them at all. If you do not set the related AI properties, NI-DAQmx sets them for you. Alternatively, consider using a microphone with lower sensitivity.
Error -200862 One or more devices from a multiple-device task are in an unidentified PXI chassis, which is not supported. Identify the PXI chassis in MAX.
Error -200863 DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock is not supported by the given device for tasks containing channels of the given type or timing type. DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock is only supported for the hardware-timed single-point timing type.
Error -200864 Data Transfer Request Condition being set to When Acquisition Complete is only supported when the Reference Trigger Type is other than None. Change the Data Transfer Request Condition or configure a reference trigger for the task.
Error -200865 Data Transfer Request Condition is set to When Acquisition Complete, but the Number of Samples per Channel is greater than the On Board Buffer Size. Decrease the Number of Samples per Channel, remove some channels from the task, or change the Data Transfer Request Condition.
Error -200866 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Reference and Offset Values. To keep the specified AO DAC Reference and Offset Values, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply higher reference voltage and specify the corresponding AO DAC Reference Value. Alternatively, supply an appropriate external DAC offset and specify the corresponding AO DAC Offset Value. When supplying an external DAC offset, to get the optimum accuracy, you should manually calibrate the offset. Refer to user documentation for details.
Error -200867 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Reference Value. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply higher reference voltage and specify the corresponding AO DAC Reference Value. To keep the specified AO DAC Reference Value, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values. Alternatively, supply an appropriate external DAC offset and specify the corresponding AO DAC Offset Value. When supplying an external DAC offset, to get the optimum accuracy, you should manually calibrate the offset. Refer to user documentation for details.
Error -200868 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Reference Value. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply higher reference voltage and specify the corresponding AO DAC Reference Value. To keep the specified AO DAC Reference Value, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values.
Error -200869 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Offset Value. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply an appropriate offset and specify the corresponding AO DAC Offset Value. To keep the specified AO DAC Offset Value, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values. Alternatively, supply an appropriate external DAC reference and specify the corresponding AO DAC Reference Value.
Error -200870 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Offset Value. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply an appropriate offset and specify the corresponding AO DAC Offset Value. To keep the specified AO DAC Offset Value, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values.
Error -200871 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Range Low and High, and AO DAC Offset Value. To keep the specified AO DAC Range and Offset Values, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply higher reference voltage and specify the corresponding AO DAC Range. Alternatively, supply an appropriate external DAC offset and specify the corresponding AO DAC Offset Value. When supplying an external DAC offset, to get the optimum accuracy, you should manually calibrate the offset. Refer to user documentation for details.
Error -200872 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Range Low and High. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply higher reference voltage and specify the corresponding AO DAC Range Low and High. To keep the specified AO DAC Range Low and High, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values. Alternatively, supply an appropriate external DAC offset and specify the corresponding AO DAC Offset Value. When supplying an external DAC offset, to get the optimum accuracy, you should manually calibrate the offset. Refer to user documentation for details.
Error -200873 Specified AO Maximum and Minimum Values are not supported given the specified AO DAC Range Low and High. To keep the specified AO Minimum and Maximum Values, supply higher reference voltage and specify the corresponding AO DAC Range Low and High. To keep the specified AO DAC Range Low and High, change the AO Minimum and Maximum Values.
Error -200874 DAQmx Write is supported for counter output channels only while the task is running. To use DAQmx Write with the given task, invoke DAQmx Start prior to DAQmx Write. To specify the low and/or high time while the task is not running, set DAQmx properties instead of invoking DAQmx Write.
Error -200875 DAQmx Write is supported for counter output channels only while the task is running. To use DAQmx Write with the given task, invoke DAQmx Start prior to DAQmx Write. To specify the frequency and/or the duty cycle while the task is not running, set DAQmx properties instead of invoking DAQmx Write.
Error -200876 DAQmx Write is supported for counter output channels only while the task is running. To use DAQmx Write with the given task, invoke DAQmx Start prior to DAQmx Write. To specify the low and/or high ticks while the task is not running, set DAQmx properties instead of invoking DAQmx Write.
Error -200877 Requested Every N Samples Event Interval is not supported for the given Data Transfer Mechanism and buffer size. To keep DMA or USB Bulk as the Data Transfer Mechanism, modify the buffer size and/or the Every N Samples Event Interval so the buffer size is an even multiple of the Every N Samples Event Interval. To keep the same Every N Samples Event Interval and buffer size, change the Data Transfer Mechanism to Interrupts if supported.
Error -200878 Specified digital channel contains more bits than supported by the 16-bit version of DAQmx Port Read. Use a version of DAQmx Port Read that supports wider digital ports.
Error -200879 Specified digital channel contains more bits than supported by the 16-bit version of DAQmx Port Write. Use the version of DAQmx Port Write that supports wider digital ports.
Error -200880 Zero is not a supported value for the Every N Samples Event Interval. Specify an event interval greater than zero.
Error -200881 Every N Samples Event registration has failed because the event is already registered within the task. Unregister the event before registering it again.
Error -200882 Specified channel is not a valid global channel. Ensure that the Channel Name matches a channel in the Data Neighborhood in MAX. Check for typing errors.
Error -200883 Task specified cannot be saved with interactive editing allowed, because the DAQ Assistant does not support at least one of the specified properties. Save the task with 'allow interactive editing' set to false, or specify only properties supported by the DAQ Assistant.
Error -200884 Channel specified cannot be saved with interactive editing allowed, because the DAQ Assistant does not support at least one of the specified properties. Save the channel with 'allow interactive editing' set to false, or specify only properties supported by the DAQ Assistant.
Error -200885 Combination of Reference Clock Source and Sample Clock Timebase Source specified is not supported by this device. To use the Reference Clock Source specified, do not set the Sample Clock Timebase Source. NI-DAQmx will set it to its default value: OnboardClock. To use the Sample Clock Timebase Source specified, do not set the Reference Clock Source. NI-DAQmx will set it to its default value: none.
Error -200886 Start Trigger Digital Pattern Source requested is not supported because at least one of the corresponding channels is not tristated. Ensure all the corresponding channels are tristated or choose different channels.
Error -200887 Start Trigger Digital Pattern Source requested is not supported because at least one of the corresponding channels is not in the task. Ensure all the corresponding channels are in the task or choose different channels.
Error -200888 Reference Trigger Digital Pattern Source requested is not supported because at least one of the corresponding channels is not tristated. Ensure all the corresponding channels are tristated or choose different channels.
Error -200889 Reference Trigger Digital Pattern Source requested is not supported because at least one of the corresponding channels is not in the task. Ensure all the corresponding channels are in the task or choose different channels.
Error -200890 Active Edge requested is not supported because the Sample Clock Source is OnboardClock. To use the selected Sample Clock Source, set Sample Clock Active Edge to Rising Edge.
Error -200891 Export of sample clock is supported by this device only when the Sample Clock Source is OnboardClock. Consider alternative methods for gaining access to the clock signal.
Error -200892 When the Sample Timing Type is Change Detection and the Trigger Type is Digital Pattern Match, the relevant physical channels must be consistent for this device. Specifically, the Change Detection Rising Edge Physical Channels must match the physical channels from the Trigger Digital Pattern Source for which the Trigger Digital Pattern string is 0 or 1.
Error -200893 Change Detection Rising and Falling Edge Physical Channels must be set identically on this device.
Error -200894 Number of values specified via the Start Trigger Digital Pattern does not match the number of physical lines requested via the Start Trigger Digital Pattern Source. Change one or both of the properties so these two numbers are equal.
Error -200895 Number of values specified in Reference Trigger Digital Pattern does not match the number of physical lines requested in Reference Trigger Digital Pattern Source. Change one or both of the properties so these two numbers are equal.
Error -200896 Export of the requested trigger is supported on this device only when the corresponding Trigger Type is Digital Edge.
Error -200897 Task contains a physical channel not supported by this device, given the requested Sample Timing Type. To keep the Sample Timing Type, use physical lines from port0/line0 through port3/line7. To access the requested channel, change the Sample Timing Type.
Error -200898 Partial use of physical lines within a physical port is not supported by this device, given the requested Sample Timing Type. Consider specifying the entire port and tristating the lines you do not want driven.
Error -200899 Port 1 cannot be used without port 0 on this device given the Sample Timing Type. You can use ports 0 and 2 by themselves. To use port 1, you also need to use port 0.
Error -200900 Port 3 cannot be used without port 2 on this device given the Sample Timing Type. You can use ports 0 and 2 by themselves. To use port 3, you also need to use port 2.
Error -200901 Digital Pattern string specified contains an invalid character.
Error -200902 Data Voltage Low Level and Data Voltage High Level must be within a common voltage range.
Error -200903 Reference clock is not supported by this device. Do not set the Reference Clock property.
Error -200904 Start Trigger Type requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Start Trigger Type property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Start Trigger Type setting. To use the requested Start Trigger Type, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200905 Handshake Trigger Type requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Handshake Trigger Type property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Handshake Trigger Type setting. To use the requested Handshake Trigger Type, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200906 Pause Trigger Type requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Pause Trigger Type property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Pause Trigger Type setting. To use the requested Pause Trigger Type, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200907 Reference Trigger Type requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Reference Trigger Type property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Reference Trigger Type setting. To use the requested Reference Trigger Type, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200908 Sample Clock Source requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Sample Clock Source property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Sample Clock Source setting. To use the requested Sample Clock Source, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200909 20 Mhz Timebase Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the 20 Mhz Timebase Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible20 Mhz Timebase Output Terminal. To use the requested 20 Mhz Timebase Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200910 Sample Clock Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Sample Clock Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Sample Clock Output Terminal. To use the requested Sample Clock Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200911 Start Trigger Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Start Trigger Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Start Trigger Output Terminal. To use the requested Start Trigger Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200912 Reference Trigger Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Reference Trigger Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Reference Trigger Output Terminal. To use the requested Reference Trigger Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200913 Ready For Transfer Event Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Ready For Transfer Event Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Reference Trigger Event Output Terminal. To use the requested Ready For Transfer Trigger Event Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200914 Change Detection Event Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Change Detection Event Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Change Detection Output Terminal. To use the requested Change Detection Event Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200915 Handshake Event Output Terminal requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Handshake Event Output Terminal property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Handshake Event Output Terminal. To use the requested Handshake Event Output Terminal, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200916 Sample Timebase Divisor requested is not supported given the requested Timing Type. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the Sample Timebase Divisor property. NI-DAQmx automatically selects a compatible Sample Timebase Divisor. To use the requested Sample Timebase Divisor, select a different Timing Type.
Error -200917 Every N Samples Event Interval requested must be an integer multiple of two for analog output tasks on this device.
Error -200918 Global channel name specified is already used for a task in the Data Neighborhood. NI-DAQmx does not support overlapping task and global channel names. Select a different name.
Error -200919 Task name specified is already used for a global channel in the Data Neighborhood. NI-DAQmx does not support overlapping task and global channel names. Select a different name.
Error -200920 Requested Every N Samples Event Interval is not supported for the given buffer size. Modify the buffer size and/or the Every N Samples Event Interval so the buffer size is an even multiple of the Every N Samples Event Interval.
Error -200921 Channel specified cannot be saved with interactive editing allowed, because the only digital channels with multiple lines supported by the DAQ Assistant are entire ports. Save the channel with 'allow interactive editing' set to false. Alternatively, change the channel so it contains an entire port, or break it up into channels with individual lines.
Error -200922 Channel specified cannot be saved with interactive editing allowed, because the DAQ Assistant does not support digital channels with different settings for different lines. Save the channel with 'allow interactive editing' set to false. Alternatively, set all the lines in the channel identically, or break the channel up into channels with individual lines.
Error -200923 Wait Mode property is not supported for the given non-buffered task. Do not use this property inside the task, or change the task to be buffered.
Error -200924 Wait Mode specified is not supported for the given non-buffered task. Specify a different Wait Mode, or change the task to be buffered.
Error -200925 Rising and Falling Edge Physical Channels for Change Detection requested are not supported because at least one of the channels is not tristated. Ensure all the corresponding channels are tristated or choose different channels.
Error -200926 Rising and Falling Edge Physical Channels for Change Detection requested are not supported because at least one of the corresponding channels is not in the task. Ensure all the corresponding channels are in the task or choose different channels.
Error -200927 Trigger Type was set to Digital Pattern Match but no physical channels were specified as the Digital Pattern Source. Specify physical channels for property.
Error -200928 Pattern match hardware for this device can only be used for one trigger.
Error -200929 Two specified ports alone are not supported given the Sample Timing Type on this device. To use only two ports, specify ports 0 and 1, or ports 2 and 3. To use the two ports specified, use four ports (0, 1, 2, and 3) on the device, and disregard data from the unwanted ports.
Error -200930 Two specified ports alone are not supported given the Sample Timing Type on this device. To use only two ports, specify ports 0 and 1, or ports 2 and 3. To use the two ports specified, use four ports (0, 1, 2, and 3) on the device. Ensure the lines from the unwanted ports are unwired, tristated, or are connected so no equipment can be damaged.
Error -200931 Three ports alone are not supported given the Sample Timing Type on this device. Specify four ports (0, 1, 2, and 3), and disregard data from the unwanted port.
Error -200932 Three ports alone are not supported given the Sample Timing Type on this device. Specify four ports (0, 1, 2, and 3). Ensure the lines from the unwanted port are unwired, tristated, or are connected so no equipment can be damaged.
Error -200933 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Expiration Date is not specified, and Channel Calibration Enable property is set to True. To use channel calibration, specify the Expiration Date; otherwise, set Channel Calibration Enable to false.
Error -200934 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Expiration Date has passed, and the Channel Calibration Apply Calibration if Expired property is False. Update the channel calibration, including the Expiration Date, or set Apply Calibration If Expired to True.
Error -200935 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Scale Type is not specified and Channel Calibration Enable property is set to True. To use channel calibration, specify the Scale Type; otherwise, set Channel Calibration Enable to false.
Error -200936 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Table Pre-Scaled Values property is not specified when the Channel Calibration Scale Type is Table.
Error -200937 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Table Scaled Values property is not specified when the Channel Calibration Scale Type is Table.
Error -200938 Operation cannot be performed, because the number of elements in the array specified for the Channel Calibration Table Pre-Scaled Values property is not equal to the number of elements in the array specified for Channel Calibration Table Scaled Values.
Error -200939 The Channel Calibration Table Scale Pre-Scaled Values specified is not supported, because one of the numbers appears more than once in the specified array. Ensure unique numbers are specified in the array.
Error -200940 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Polynomial Forward Coefficients property is not specified when the Channel Calibration Scale Type is Polynomial.
Error -200941 Operation cannot be performed, because the Channel Calibration Polynomial Reverse Coefficients property is not specified when the Channel Calibration Scale Type is Polynomial.
Error -200942 Call mechanism set to synchronous event callbacks is not supported for DAQmx events on this platform. To use DAQmx events on this platform, set the call mechanism to asynchronous event callbacks.
Error -200943 Operation failed because the Data Transfer Custom Threshold property is not set, and the Data Transfer Request Condition is set to Onboard Memory Custom Threshold. Specify a value for the Data Transfer Custom Threshold, or change the Data Transfer Request Condition.
Error -200944 Operation failed because the Data Transfer Custom Threshold property is set, and no value is specified for the Data Transfer Request Condition. To use the specified Data Transfer Custom Threshold, set Data Transfer Request Condition to Onboard Memory Custom Threshold. If you set Data Transfer Request Condition to any value other than Onboard Memory Custom Threshold, the Data Transfer Custom Threshold property is ignored.
Error -200945 Operation failed because the Data Transfer Request Condition is set to Onboard Memory Custom Threshold. This device supports this Data Transfer Request Condition only when the Data Transfer Mechanism is set to DMA. To use the specified Data Transfer Request Condition, set Data Transfer Mechanism to DMA. Otherwise, specify a different Data Transfer Request Condition.
Error -200946 Task could not be started, because the driver could not write enough data to the device. This was due to system and/or bus-bandwidth limitations. Reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently. If possible, perform operations with heavy bus usage sequentially instead of in parallel. If you can't eliminate the problem, contact National Instruments support at ni.com/support.
Error -200947 DAQmx Events are not supported in this version of LabVIEW. To use DAQmx Events, install LabVIEW 7.1 and the LabVIEW 7.1.1 patch. The patch is available at ni.com/downloads.
Error -200948 DAQmx tasks cannot provide a source for a Timed Loop and contain a DAQmx Signal Event at the same time. DAQmx Signal events include the Counter Output event, the Sample Complete Event, the Sample Clock Event, and the Digital Change Detection event. Tasks that contain a Timed Loop can contain DAQmx Events as long as the events are not a type of DAQmx Signal Event. See documentation for more details.
Error -200949 You can only register one DAQmx Signal Event at a time on a task. DAQmx Signal events include the Counter Output event, the Sample Complete Event, the Sample Clock Event, and the Digital Change Detection event. Unregister the event before registering it again.
Error -200950 Done Event registration has failed because the event is already registered within the task. Unregister the event before registering it again.
Error -200951 DAQmx Write for counter output detected that no sample clock has occurred since the last call to write which means that the writes are happening at a rate that exceeds the sample clock rate. To avoid this problem use the Wait for Next Sample Clock in your application.
Error -200952 Event Output Terminal cannot include the Trigger Source terminal in the same task for this device.
Error -200953 Start Trigger Source cannot be the same as the Sample Clock Source in the same task for this device.
Error -200954 Sample Clock Output Terminal cannot include the Start Trigger Source terminal in the same task for this device.
Error -200955 Two channels in the task have different raw data format property values, which is not supported. All channels in the task must have identical raw data format property values when raw data compression is configured. Only include channels with identical raw data format property values in the task when compression is configured.
Error -200956 Raw data compression has been configured for a channel that does not support raw data compression. Remove the channel from the task or set the Raw Data Compression Type to None.
Error -200957 Compressed Sample Size exceeds the Resolution of the channel. Configure the Compressed Sample Size to be less than or equal to the channel Resolution.
Error -200958 TEDS interface device configured in MAX was not detected. Make sure that the type of TEDS interface device configured in MAX is correct and that the device is properly connected.
Error -200959 Two channels in the task have different raw data compression property values, which is not supported. All channels in the task must have the same raw data compression property values.
Error -200960 DAQmx software event cannot be registered because the task is running. Register all your DAQmx software events prior to starting the task.
Error -200961 Firmware for the device could not be downloaded, and the device cannot be used. This failure is due to a missing or damaged firmware image file. Reinstall the driver to eliminate this error.
Error -200962 Firmware for this device could not be downloaded, and the device cannot be used. The failure may be due to damaged hardware. Contact National Instruments support at ni.com/support
Error -200963 Requested Sample Timing Type is not allowed, because there is already another task with analog output channels from the same device configured for a different Sample Timing Type. This is not supported on this device. Change your application so that all the channels from this device are used in one task, set Sample Timing Type to On Demand for all tasks, or consider using two devices for the two tasks.
Error -200964 Every N Samples Acquired Into Buffer Event cannot be registered, because it is not supported for output tasks. Use the Every N Samples Transferred From Buffer Event.
Error -200965 Every N Samples Transferred from Buffer Event cannot be registered, because it is not supported for input tasks. Use the Every N Samples Acquired Into Buffer Event.
Error -200966 Every N Samples Acquired Into Buffer Event registration has failed because the event is already registered within the task. Unregister the event before registering it again.
Error -200967 Every N Samples Transferred From Buffer Event registration has failed because the event is already registered within the task. Unregister the event before registering it again.
Error -200968 Requested operation cannot be performed inside the aysnchronous DAQmx Event callback thread. Use synchronous callback mechanism or perform the operation in a different thread.
Error -200969 TEDS operation failed because the corresponding physical channel is not an analog input channel.
Error -200970 Every N Samples Event Interval requested must be an integer multiple of two for analog input tasks on this device.
Error -200971 Property cannot be set because the task is not running or committed. Start or commit the task prior to setting the specified property.
Error -200972 Property cannot be set because the task is not running. Start the task prior to setting the specified property.
Error -200973 Property cannot be queried because the task is not running. Start the task prior to getting the specified property.
Error -200974 Allow Connecting DAC Reference to Ground at Runtime set to True is not supported by this device when DAC Reference Voltage Source is set to External.
Error -200975 Querying the Counter Output Ready for New Value property is not supported by this device when the Sample Mode is set to Hardware Timed Single Point. Use DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock before DAQmx Write to make sure the counter is ready to accept the new value.
Error -200976 Thermocouple CJC (cold junction compensation) Channel specified cannot be used for CJC because the corresponding physical channel does not support temperature measurement. Select a different CJC Channel, set CJC Source to Internal, or set CJC Source to Constant Value and use CJC Value to specify the temperature of the cold junction.
Error -200977 Channel specified cannot be saved with Allow Interactive Editing set to True, because the DAQ Assistant does not support polynomial calibration scales. Save the channel with Allow Interactive Editing set to False, or use a table calibration scale.
Error -200978 DAQmx Software Events cannot be registered with different call mechanisms on the same task. The software events for a task must all be registered with synchronous callbacks or they must be all registered with asynchronous callbacks.
Error -200979 When you use synchronous events, you can clear, stop, abort, unreserve, or start a task only from the thread in which you registered synchronous events.
Error -200980 DAQmx Every N Samples Transferred from Buffer Event is not supported by the channel types or devices in your task.
Error -200981 DAQmx Every N Samples Acquired into Buffer Event is not supported by the channel types or devices in your task.
Error -200982 DAQmx Signal Events are not supported by your device. DAQmx Signal events include the Counter Output event, the Sample Complete Event, the Sample Clock Event, and the Digital Change Detection event.
Error -200983 You only can get the specified property while the task is reserved, committed or while the task is running. Reserve, commit or start the task prior to getting the property.
Error -200984 Auto Start cannot be set to True when one or more DAQmx events are registered for the task. Set Auto Start to False and start the task manually.
Error -200985 DAQmx Write parameter Auto Start cannot be set to True when one or more DAQmx events are registered for the task. Set Auto Start to false and start the task manually.
Error -200986 DAQmx software event cannot be unregistered because the task is running. Unregister all your DAQmx software events prior to starting the task.
Error -200987 DAQmx Signal Event type requested is not supported by the channel types or the devices in your task. DAQmx Signal events include the Counter Output event, the Sample Complete Event, the Sample Clock Event, and the Digital Change Detection event. Refer to product documentation for more details on which DAQmx Signal Events are supported by the channel types and devices in your task.
Error -200988 Combination of requested values for Read Wait Mode and Wait ffor Next Sample Clock Wait Mode properties is not supported for the given task on this device. Set both properties to Wait for Interrupt or do not set either of the properties to Wait for Interrupt.
Error -200989 Combination of requested values for Read Wait Mode and Wait for Next Sample Clock Wait Mode properties is not supported for the given task on this device. Set both properties to Wait for Interrupt or set Read Wait Mode to a value other than Wait for Interrupt.
Error -200990 All synchronous events for the task must be registered from the same thread.
Error -200991 Task cannot be stopped, because at least one installed event handler has not been removed. Remove all installed event handlers by calling CNiDAQmxEvent::RemoveEventHandler or CNiDAQmxEvent::RemoveAllEventHandlers. See the documentation for more information.
Error -200992 DAQmx Software Events are generated too quickly for the driver to keep up, and some of them have been lost. Reduce the rate at which your application is generating the events. Consider reconfiguring the events you are using, or using different events.
Error -200993 DAQmx Write failed, because it was called before the previously written value was output. This is likely a result of the sample clock period being shorter than the period of the generated pulse train. To correct this issue, increase your sample clock period and/or reduce the period of the generated pulse train.
Error -200994 Requested property cannot be set while the task is running and the Sample Mode is set to Hardware Timing Single Point. Use DAQmx Write instead of setting the property.
Error -200995 Requested Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable value, True, is not supported when Sample Mode is set to Hardware Timed Single Point. Change one or both of the properties.
Error -200996 Data Transfer Mechanism is not set to Programmed I/O, which is the only value supported when the Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point. Set your Data Transfer Mechanism to Programmed I/O or change the Sample Mode.
Error -200997 Requested Sample Timing Type value, On Demand, is not supported when Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point. Change Sample Timing Type and/or Sample Mode.
Error -200998 Hardware Timed Single Point is not a supported Sample Mode for the specified Measurement Type. Change Sample Mode and/or Measurement Type.
Error -200999 Requested property, Ready For New Value, is not supported when the Sample Timing Type is On Demand. To use the Ready For New Value property, change the Sample Timing Type.
Error -201000 DAQmx Events are not supported in this version of LabVIEW. LabVIEW 8.0 or later is required to use DAQmx Events.
Error -201001 Sample Clock Rate requested is supported only if Enhanced Alias Rejection Enable is True. Set Enhanced Alias Rejection Enable to True or increase the Sample Clock Rate.
Error -201002 Sample Clock Rate must match the frequency of the internal timebase specified as the Sample Clock Source. To use the specified Sample Clock Rate, set the Sample Clock Source to OnboardClock. To use the specified timebase as the Sample Clock, set the Sample Clock Rate to the frequency of that timebase.
Error -201003 Device cannot be accessed. Possible causes: Device is no longer present in the system. Device is not powered. Device is powered, but was temporarily without power. Device is damaged. Ensure the device is properly connected and powered. Turn the computer off and on again. If you suspect that the device is damaged, contact National Instruments at ni.com/support.
Error -201004 Device does not support simultaneous calibration of multiple channels. Calibrate channels one channel at a time, passing individual channels to different invocations of DAQmx Setup Calibration.
Error -201005 Invoke DAQmx Setup Calibration before invoking the corresponding DAQmx Adjust Calibration.
Error -201006 Device does not support an external calibration password.
Error -201007 "Generate" or finite "Wait" instruction expected before "If-Else" block. Insert a "Generate" or finite "Wait" instruction before the If-Else block.
Error -201008 Waveform length is too small for the "Generate" instruction before the "If-Else" block.
Error -201009 Length of waveform subset is too small for the "Generate" instruction before "If-Else" block.
Error -201010 Marker position specified is too close to the end of the waveform in the "Generate" statement before the "If-Else" block.
Error -201011 Wait duration is too small for the "Wait" instruction before the "If-Else" block.
Error -201012 "Clear Trigger" instruction cannot be the last instruction in an "If-Else" block.
Error -201013 "If-Else" blocks are not allowed in "Repeat Until" loops.
Error -201014 "If-Else" blocks are not allowed in "Finite Repeat" loops. If possible, remove the "Repeat" and "End Repeat" instructions and explicitly duplicate the instructions originally in the loop the desired number of times.
Error -201015 PLL lock operation failed or timed out. Ensure the module is fully inserted into the carrier.
Error -201016 Too many compiled instructions in loop. "Generate" and "Wait" instructions each result in at least one compiled instruction. Each marker adds an additional compiled instruction. Clear instruction does not result in a compiled instruction. If possible, reduce the number of generate instructions by concatenating the waveforms on two or more consecutive generate instructions.
Error -201017 Byte order marker of the specified file is not supported by NI-DAQmx. For tab-delimeted files, NI-DAQmx supports UTF-8, UTF-16 / UCS-2 little endian, and UTF-32 / UCS-4 little endian. For ini files, NI-DAQmx only supports UTF-8. Save the file in one of the supported formats with the appropriate byte order marker.
Error -201018 You have selected an external clock source for the task, but the device importing the clock does not have the longest pipeline of all the devices in the task. This leads to an incomplete acquisition on that device because the device will not receive enough Sample Clock pulses. Route the external clock signal into the device with the longest pipeline. Refer to device documentation for information on pipeline depth.
Error -201019 Pause triggering is not supported in a multi-device task. To configure pause triggering in a multi-device configuration, you must use no more than one device per task and manually route the clock signals in the application.
Error -201020 Lines specified do not support change detection. Select lines that support change detection.
Error -201021 Write recovery could not complete before detecting another Sample Clock pulse. Reduce the Sample Clock rate, increase the frequency of the generated pulse train, or set Write Recovery Mode to Poll.
Error -201022 Write recovery could not complete before detecting another Sample Clock pulse. Reduce the Sample Clock rate or increase the frequency of the generated pulse train.
Error -201023 DAQmx Write failed because the previously written value has not been generated. This error can occur if the Sample Clock period is shorter than the period of the generated pulse train. Reduce the Sample Clock rate, increase the frequency of the generated pulse train, or set Write Recovery Mode to Poll.
Error -201024 DAQmx Write failed because the previously written value has not been generated. This error can occur if the Sample Clock period is shorter than the period of the generated pulse train. Reduce the Sample Clock rate or increase the frequency of the generated pulse train.
Error -201025 Non-buffered hardware-timed operations are not supported for this device and Channel Type. Set the Buffer Size to greater than 0, do not configure Sample Clock timing, or set Sample Timing Type to On Demand.
Error -201026 Data Transfer Mechanism is set to Programmed I/O which is not supported for hardware-timed operations for this device and Channel Type. Change Data Transfer Mechanism, do not configure Sample Clock timing, or set Sample Timing Type to On Demand.
Error -201027 Counter task detected three or more missed Sample Clock pulses. Samples were lost before the application could read them. Decrease the Sample Clock rate or restructure the application so that DAQmx Read runs more frequently. Setting the Convert Error to Warning property to True does not eliminate the error, because samples were lost.
Error -201028 Name specified is already in use. Specify a name that is not currently in use.
Error -201029 Device specified is already connected to a RTSI cable. To connect the device to another RTSI cable, remove it from the RTSI cable to which it is currently connected.
Error -201030 Device specified cannot be connected to a RTSI cable. If the device does not have a RTSI connector, you cannot connect it to a RTSI cable. If the device is a PXI device then it is automatically connected to the PXI backplane, and therefore does not need to be manually configured as connected to a RTSI cable.
Error -201031 Address specified is already in use. Specify an address that is not in use.
Error -201032 SCXI slot number specified is invalid. Specify a slot number that is valid for the specified chassis.
Error -201033 Slot specified is already occupied. Either specify a slot that is unoccupied or remove the module occupying the desired slot.
Error -201034 Cascade digitization mode is not supported for SCXI. Select a different digitization mode.
Error -201035 Digitizing Device Channels property is specified, but the Digitization Mode property is not set to parallel. Either remove the Digitizing Device Channels property or set the Digitizing property to parallel.
Error -201036 Format of the time value specified is invalid. Enter the time value in the format: YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ssZ UTC Where YYYY is the four digit year, MM is the two digit month, DD is the two digit day of the month, HH is the two digit hour of the day (24 hour clock), mm is the two digit minutes into the hour, and ss is the two digit seconds into the minute. T is a literal separator between date and time. For example, the string: 2004-10-19T16:30:45Z UTC Represents October 19th, 2004 at 4:30:45 PM GMT.
Error -201037 Time value specified is invalid. Ensure that the time entered has only valid values for each of the fields in the time format. For example: the month section must be between 01 and 12.
Error -201038 Author property cannot be set on a local channel. Remove the author property from the local channel.
Error -201039 Object lacks a required property. Add the required property to the object.
Error -201040 Object specified contains an extra property. Remove the extra property from the object.
Error -201041 Product type and product number specified do not refer to the same product. Remove either the product type or the product number from the object.
Error -201042 Device specification provided does not match any hardware in the system. Change the device specification to match a device present in your system. You can also change your device specification to be less specific.
Error -201043 Device specification provided matches more than one device in the system. Change the device specification to be more specific.
Error -201044 Specified accessory name is invalid. The name of the accessory should be in this format: accessoryProductType / connectedDeviceIdentifier / connectorNumber Connector numbers start at zero. A device with only one connector only has a connector zero.
Error -201046 Accessory type specified cannot be connected to the specified device. Enter an accessory type that can be connected to the device specified.
Error -201047 Device and connector specified by the accessory can not be configured because there is already an accessory configured for that connector and device. Enter a device and connector that is not currently occupied, or remove the configuration of the existing accessory.
Error -201048 Accessory setting specified does not apply to the accessory type. Remove the non-applicable accessory setting from the accessory specification.
Error -201049 Digitizing device specified for the SCC carrier is not capable of digitizing for SCC carriers. Specify a device that is capable of digitizing for SCC carriers.
Error -201050 Carrier specified for the SCC module could not be found. Ensure that the SCC carrier specified for the module is also defined in the configuration file.
Error -201051 Controlling device specified for the TEDS interface is not capable of controlling a TEDS interface.
Error -201052 Physical channels specified for the TEDS interface are too great in number for the specified type of TEDS interface. Reduce the number of physical channels specified.
Error -201053 Physical channel specified for the TEDS interface is already connected to a TEDS interface. Enter a physical channel that is not currently occupied, or remove the existing physical channel configuration.
Error -201054 Enumerated value specified is not a valid value for that enumeration. The enumerated value may have been exported from a later version of NI-DAQmx and is not supported by the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system. Check the version specified in the file against the installed version of NI-DAQmx. You can upgrade the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system, or change the value to one supported by the version of NI-DAQmx you have installed.
Error -201055 Object contains two references to the same property. Remove one of the duplicate properties.
Error -201056 Numeric value specified is in an invalid format. Remove any non-numeric characters from the specified numeric value.
Error -201057 Hardware product type specified is invalid. Enter a valid product type. If the product number you entered is an actual product type, ensure the product type is appropriate for the object you are configuring. For example, do not use the product type of a PXI device where an SCXI module is expected.
Error -201058 Hardware product number specified is invalid. Enter a valid product number. If the product number you entered is an actual product number, ensure the product type is appropriate for the object you are configuring. For example, do not use the product number of a PXI device where an SCXI module is expected.
Error -201059 Device information retrieval failed because PXI chassis is not identified. Use MAX or nipxiconfig to identify your chassis.
Error -201060 Syntax error encountered in INI file. Valid INI syntax allows for the following 3 types of lines: section headers, items, and comments. A section header begins with an open bracket and ends with a closed bracket. Example: [mySection] An item has an equals sign in between two strings. Example: myItem = 46 A comment begins with a semicolon. Example: ; This is my comment.
Error -201061 Property specified cannot return its value because the custom scale for the channel does not include the value in the range or table of pre-scaled values. Ensure that the custom scale includes all potential values for this property in the range or table of pre-scaled values, or use a linear or polynomial scale.
Error -201062 Selected lines do not support buffered operations. Ensure only lines that support buffered operations are being used in the task. If using change detection timing, the task must be changed to non-buffered to support these lines.
Error -201063 Device ID value in the driver does not match the device ID value from the device. Ensure the correct driver is being used for this device.
Error -201064 Configuration file is missing the required header fields. Add required header information at the top of the text file prior to any data.
Error -201065 Configuration file contains property names or values that are not contained within a valid table. Add the appropriate start of table string prior to property names.
Error -201066 Property setting found in a column with no property name heading. Remove the property setting from the column or add the property name to the table definition.
Error -201067 Configuration file contains an invalid start of table identifier. The table identifier may have been exported from a later version of NI-DAQmx and is not supported by the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system. Check the version specified in the file against the installed version of NI-DAQmx. You can upgrade the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system, or remove the table from the file.
Error -201068 Configuration file string contains invalid character escape sequence.
Error -201069 Local channel name specified is invalid. Local channel names are of the form <task name>/<channel name>. Example: task1/chan1
Error -201070 Task does not include the Channels property. Specify the Channels property for this task.
Error -201071 Task references a local channel from another task. Reference only global channels and local channels that belong to this task.
Error -201072 Task references a local channel that does not exist in this task. Remove the reference to the missing local channel or create the local channel.
Error -201073 Local channel specified is from a task that does not exist. Specify the task in question, move the local channel to an existing task, or change the local channel to a global channel.
Error -201074 Import operation supports tasks, channels, and scales only, but a hardware object was found in the file. Remove the hardware objects from the input file.
Error -201075 Import operation does not support tasks, channels, and scales, but such an object was found. Remove all tasks, channels, and scales from the input file.
Error -201076 NI-DAQmx version specified in the input file is newer than the installed NI-DAQmx version. Change the version in the file to match the installed version. The import might still fail if the file contains properties that are not supported by the installed version of NI-DAQmx.
Error -201077 Section name specified is invalid. The format of the section name is [<objectType> <objectName>]. Example: [DAQmxDevice Dev1]
Error -201078 Section identifier specified is invalid. Refer to the NI-DAQmx configuration file documentation for a list of valid section identifiers. The section identifier may have been exported from a later version of NI-DAQmx and is not supported by the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system. Check the version specified in the file against the installed version of NI-DAQmx. You can upgrade the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system, or remove the section from the file.
Error -201079 SCC slot number specified is invalid. Specify a slot number that is valid for the specified carrier.
Error -201080 SCC specified cannot be placed in the slot specified. Specify a supported SCC for the given slot or specify a slot that supports the given SCC.
Error -201081 Channel was listed more than once in the task. A task cannot contain a channel with the same name twice. Remove the duplicate entries from the configuration file.
Error -201082 Hidden channel was listed more than once in the task. A task cannot contain a hidden channel with the same name twice. Remove the duplicate entries from the configuration file.
Error -201083 Task must contain at least one channel. Add a channel to the task in the configuration file.
Error -201084 Hidden channels listed for the task were not in the channels list for the task. Add the missing hidden channels to the channel list in the configuration file.
Error -201085 Thermocouple CJC channel name property must be set when the thermocouple CJC source property is Channel. Set the thermocouple CJC channel name property or set the thermocouple CJC source property to a value other than Channel.
Error -201086 Attribute name specified is invalid. Validate the attribute name using your ADE. The attribute may have been exported from a later version of NI-DAQmx and is not supported by the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system. Check the version specified in the file against the installed version of NI-DAQmx. You can upgrade the version of NI-DAQmx installed on your system, or remove the attribute from the file.
Error -201087 Task contains physical channels on one or more devices that require you to specify the Sample Clock rate. Use the Sample Clock Timing function/VI to specify a Sample Clock rate. You cannot specify a Sample Clock rate if Mode is set to On Demand.
Error -201088 Task contains physical channels on one or more devices that require a different Sample Clock Timebase Source than the one specified. Do not specify the Sample Clock Timebase Source. DAQmx will set the Sample Clock Timebase Source appropriately.
Error -201089 Task contains physical channels on one or more devices that require a different Sample Clock Timebase Rate than the one specified. Do not specify the Sample Clock Timebase Rate. DAQmx will set the Sample Clock Timebase Rate appropriately.
Error -201090 Task contains physical channels on one or more devices that require the driver to select the Sync Pulse Source. Do not specify the Sync Pulse Source. DAQmx will set the Sync Pulse Source appropriately.
Error -201091 Minimum delay time between the sync pulse and start must be specified when using an external Sync Pulse Source. Specify SyncPulse.MinDelayToStart.
Error -201092 Sync pulse cannot be exported when using an external sync pulse source. Do not export the sync pulse, or use the internal chassis sync pulse source.
Error -201093 Task contains physical channels that have incompatible hardware restrictions for their Sample Clock Rates. Remove incompatible physical channels from the task.
Error -201094 An active device was specified for the attribute but it is not supported for channel expansion tasks. Do not specify an active device when setting the attribute or do not use channel expansion.
Error -201095 Driver was unloaded and then reloaded at a different base address after the session was created. Session is unusable. Close and reopen the session.
Error -201096 Sample clock timebase rate must be specified when using an external sample clock timebase.
Error -201097 Sample Clock Rate requested is supported only if Enhanced Alias Rejection Enable is False. Set Enhanced Alias Rejection Enable to False or decrease the Sample Clock Rate.
Error -201098 When enabling auto zero on this device, all channels that are using auto zero must have the same auto zero mode. Channels with auto zero disabled may be present in the same task as channels with auto zero enabled. Select the same auto zero mode for all channels that are using auto zero.
Error -201099 Task specified cannot be saved because the DAQmx Timing properties were specified on a per device basis using the More: AI Convert: ActiveDevs property.
Error -201100 Sample clock timebase divisor may not be specified when an external sample clock source is specified. Change the sample clock source to onboard clock or do not configure the sample clock timebase divisor.
Error -201101 Number of channels in task exceeds the device maximum given the requested Timing Type. Reduce the number of channels or select a different Timing Type.
Error -201102 Analog trigger source must be the first channel of the device in the acquisition or a valid analog trigger terminal. Create your channels in a different order so that this channel is first, select a different channel from this device, or select the first channel from another device in the task. If you explicitly named the virtual channel in DAQmx Create Channel you must use the name assigned to that channel.
Error -201103 Device support an analog channel as the source of an analog pause trigger only when it is the only channel from this device in the task. Remove all of this device's channels currently in the task except the channel that will be used as the analog trigger source, change the analog trigger source to a terminal, or select a channel from another device that only has one channel in the task.
Error -201104 An attempt has been made to use an analog trigger in multiple situations with differing properties. Change the analog trigger properties so they are the same, select an analog trigger source from another device for one of the triggers, or do not use an analog trigger for all situations.
Error -201105 Resource requested by this task has already been reserved by a different task with conflicting settings. Unreserve any other tasks using this device, or change their settings to be compatible with this task.
Error -201106 Physical channel specified may only be used if the C Series module is installed in a slot that supports this physical channel. Move your cDAQ module to a slot that supports this physical channel.
Error -201107 Selected lines do not support buffered operations if the C Series module is installed in the specified slot. Ensure only lines that support buffered operations are being used in the task. If using change detection timing, the task must be changed to nonbuffered to support these lines. Move your cDAQ module to a slot that supports buffered operations.
Error -201108 Device does not support both analog modulation and digital modulation simultaneously.
Error -201109 You cannot use the Ref In/Out connector as both an input and an output at the same time.
Error -201110 Digital Modulation User Defined Waveform is invalid.
Error -201111 Device does not support User Defined Waveform with OOK modulation.
Error -201112 Device component test failed. If problem persists, contact National Instruments technical support at www.ni.com/support.
Error -201113 Power level is too low. OOK modulation requires the bypass path to be used, and power levels this low must use the main path.
Error -201114 Multi-device tasks with channels from both 446x and 447x devices require a 446x device to be in PXI slot 2.
Error -201115 Waveform length must be a multiple of the waveform quantum.
Error -201117 Property setting must be identical for all channels in the task.
Error -201118 Operation must be performed on the entire task. It cannot be performed only on specific devices in the task. Do not use the indexer, Item property in Visual Basic, or index operator in C++ to specify device names when performing this operation.
Error -201119 Next Write is Last property not settable if Regeneration Mode is set to Allow Regeneration.
Error -201120 Property requested is incompatible with the given Timing Response Mode. NI-DAQmx can automatically select a compatible property value for you. To use the requested Timing Response Mode, do not set the specified property and allow NI-DAQmx to set it for you. To use the requested property value, choose a different value for the Timing Response Mode.
Error -201121 Task cannot be reserved because the CPU does not support the Streaming SIMD Extensions (SSE).
Error -201122 Property requested is incompatible with the given Timing Type. NI-DAQmx can automatically select a compatible property value for you. To use the requested Timing Type, do not set the specified property and allow NI-DAQmx to set it for you. To use the requested property value, chose a different value for the Timing Type.
Error -201123 Device supports an analog channel as the source of an analog reference trigger only when it is the only channel from this device in the task. Remove all of the channels from this device in the task except the channel that you want to use as the analog trigger source, change the analog trigger source to a terminal, or select a channel from another device that only has one channel in the task.
Error -201124 Only one task is permitted to have the Digital Output Memory Mapping for Programmed I/O Enable set to true at a time. If the value is unset, NI-DAQmx will choose a value that is compatible with the system while reserving the task. Do not set the property to true explicitly, set the property to false explicitly, or set the value to the default value to allow NI-DAQmx to choose a value that is compatible with the system.
Error -201125 Channel properties conflict. If Analog Input Source is _aignd_vs_aignd, then Analog Input Coupling must be set to GND. If Analog Input Source is _external_channel, then Analog Input Coupling must be DC.
Error -201126 DAQmx Timing property specified requires per device configuration. Explicitly specify the device(s) to which this property should apply.
Error -201127 Your ratiometric device must use excitation for scaling. The Use Excitation for Scaling property cannot be set to false on this device. Use excitation for scaling by setting the Use Excitation for Scaling property to true. This will cause NI-DAQmx to return ratiometric data instead of voltage data which is not supported by ratiometric devices.
Error -201128 Device index requested is invalid. The value of the index must be between one and the number of devices in the task.
Error -201129 Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable cannot be set to true when Output Drive Type is Open Collector. Change Output Drive Type to Active Drive or change Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable to false.
Error -201130 Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable setting is not compatible with some of the physical channels in the task. Change Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable to false or do not create the task with the incompatible physical channels.
Error -201131 Reference and start trigger sources cannot be the same. Make the reference and start trigger sources different from one another.
Error -201132 Attempted to write a sample beyond the final finite sample. The sample specified by the combination of position and offset will never be writable. Specify a position and offset which selects a sample up to but not beyond the final sample to generate.
Error -201133 Device cannot be configured for input or output because lines and/or terminals on this device are in use by another task or route. This operation requires temporarily reserving all lines and terminals for communication, which interferes with the other task or route. If possible, use DAQmx Control Task to reserve all tasks that use this device before committing any tasks that use this device. Otherwise, uncommit or unreserve the other task or disconnect the other route before attempting to configure the device for input or output.
Error -201134 Number of values specified with Pause Trigger Digital Pattern property does not match the number of physical lines requested with the Pause Trigger Digital Pattern Source property. Change one or both of the properties so the two numbers are equal.
Error -201135 Reference Trigger Digital Pattern Source property can be used only with the data lines of the devices. Do not specify a PFI or a RTSI line in the pattern match source.
Error -201136 Pause Trigger Digital Pattern Source property can only be used with the data lines of the devices. Do not specify a PFI or a RTSI line in the pattern match source.
Error -201137 Start Trigger Digital Pattern Source property can only be used with the data lines of the devices. Do not specify a PFI or a RTSI line in the pattern match source.
Error -201138 Task cannot be restarted because the first sample is not available to generate.
Error -201139 Hardware revision is newer that the latest revision supported by the currently installed driver. Please upgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Driver updates can also be downloaded from ni.com.
Error -201140 Currently installed driver no longer supports this revision of the hardware. Please downgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Older driver versions can also be downloaded from ni.com.
Error -201141 EEPROM format is newer than the latest revision supported by the currently installed driver. Either self-calibrate your device (this may modify the EEPROM format) or upgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Driver updates can also be downloaded from ni.com. If uncertain, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201142 Currently installed driver no longer supports the EEPROM format. Either self-calibrate your device (this may modify the EEPROM format) or downgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Older driver versions can also be downloaded from ni.com. If uncertain, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201143 Hardware external calibration data format is newer than the latest revision supported by the currently installed driver. Either externally calibrate your device (this may modify the calibration data) or upgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Driver updates can also be downloaded from ni.com. If uncertain, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201144 Hardware self-calibration data format is newer than the latest revision supported by the currently installed driver. Either self-calibrate your device (this may modify the calibration data) or upgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Driver updates can also be downloaded form ni.com. If uncertain, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201145 Currently installed driver no longer supports the hardware external calibration data format. Either externally calibrate your device (this may modify the calibration data) or downgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Older driver versions can also be downloaded from ni.com. If uncertain, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201146 Currently installed driver no longer supports the hardware self-calibration data format. Either self-calibrate your device (this may modify the calibration data) or downgrade your driver to the version supplied with the device. Older driver versions can also be downloaded from ni.com. If uncertain, contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201147 Calibration procedure has failed to resolve the calibration data format conflict. Perform a complete external calibration on your device. This may modify the calibration data.
Error -201148 Channel you are triggering on is not enabled. Enable the trigger source channel.
Error -201149 Number of input/output points entered for the specified channel is insufficient for calibration. At least two points are needed because this device has only gain error calibration constants and not offset calibration constants. Enter more points to eliminate this error.
Error -201150 Simulated device cannot be imported to replace a non-simulated device of the same name. Change the device name in the import file and try importing again.
Error -201151 PXI slot and PXI chassis numbers are required when creating a new simulated PXI device. Add PXI slot and chassis number values for the device in the import file.
Error -201152 IsSimulated flags for SCXI chassis and SCXI modules must have the same value. Either make both simulated or make both non-simulated in the import file.
Error -201153 Non-simulated SCXI module cannot be connected to a simulated digitizer. Change the SCXI Module IsSimulated flag or change the SCXI Module so that it connects to a digitizer with the same simulation setting.
Error -201154 Non-simulated SCXI module cannot be connected to a simulated cabled device. Change the SCXI module IsSimulated flag or change the SCXI module so that it connects to a cabled device with the same simulation flag setting.
Error -201155 SCXI module type specified does not support simulation. Remove the module from the import file or change the module type.
Error -201156 IsSimulated flags for an SCC carrier and all of the contained modules must be set to the same value. Change the IsSimulated flags to match.
Error -201157 Non-simulated SCC carriers cannot be connected to simulated devices. Change the cabled device of the SCC carrier or change the IsSimulated flags on the SCC carrier to true.
Error -201158 IsSimulated flag for cDAQ chassis and C Series modules must match. Change the IsSimulated flags in the import file so that they match.
Error -201159 cDAQ chassis does not have a slot that matches the specified slot number. The slot number specified is probably too large. Change the slot number to be a valid slot number.
Error -201160 Device type specified does not support simulation. Remove the IsSimulated flag from the import file for this device or change the device type to one that supports simulation.
Error -201161 Specified cDAQ chassis slot is already occupied by a C Series module. Change the slot numbers of the C Series modules in your import file so that they are unique.
Error -201162 Physical channel cannot be used by the task because an output task has reserved this line and the Digital Input Tristate property is set to true. Set the Digital Input Tristate property to false.
Error -201163 Physical channel cannot be used by the task because an input task has reserved this line to be tristated.
Error -201164 Sample clock cannot be exported in this mode when the sample clock comes from an external source or an external timebase source.
Error -201165 Firmware for this device is too new. Downgrade the firmware for this device. If you need help downgrading, visit ni.com/support.
Error -201166 Firmware for this device is corrupt. Contact National Instruments for help with this device.
Error -201167 Firmware for this device could not be updated. Contact National Instruments for help with this device.
Error -201168 Firmware for this device is too old. Upgrade the firmware for this device.
Error -201169 Device import failed because the device is not supported by the installed version and/or platform of NI-DAQmx. Change the device type or do not import this device.
Error -201170 Device import failed because the device does not support simulation and a device to overwrite could not be found. Change the device type or do not import this device.
Error -201171 Minimum temperature specified for the thermocouple measurement falls outside of the accuracy limit when using polynomial scaling. Specify a value greater than the minumum temperature for polynomial scaling with this thermocouple type, or set the Thermocouple Scale Type property to Table.
Error -201172 AI channels on this device do not support using DC coupling while using IEPE excitation. Set excitation source to none or the coupling mode to AC.
Error -201173 Power supply configuration failed. Reboot or cycle the power on the device.
Error -201174 SCXI-1600 does not support import through MAX. Deselect the SCXI-1600 in the import dialog or remove it from the import file.
Error -201175 Dev.AssociatedResourceIDs property is not supported by the device. Remove the Dev.AssociatedResourceIDs property from the import file.
Error -201176 Sample clock rate specified is too fast for the burst handshaking timing type. Change the sample clock rate to be equal to or less than the maximum value or consider using the pipelined sample clock timing type. If you use the pipelined sample clock timing type, refer to the device documentation for the differences between the burst handshake timing type and the pipelined sample clock timing type.
Error -201177 Device is not usable. The firmware was recently upgraded, and the system was not powered down and restarted. Power down the computer and restart.
Error -201178 Sample clock rate specified is too fast for the sample clock timing type. Change the sample clock rate to be equal to or less than the maximum value or consider using the pipelined sample clock timing type. If you use the pipelined sample clock timing type, refer to device documentation for the differences between the sample clock timing type and the pipelined sample clock timing type.
Error -201179 db reference value must be greater than zero.
Error -201180 Input cal data point must be an AC Voltage for this module.
Error -201181 Input source in not valid. Ensure that AI Input Source and AI Coupling are not both set for the same task.
Error -201182 Internal excitation voltage selected for calibration is not valid.
Error -201183 Internal excitation frequency selected for calibration is not valid.
Error -201184 Device specified for PXI backplane communication is not a PXI device.
Error -201185 Device specified for PXI backplane communication is not in the PXI chassis.
Error -201186 Device specified for PXI backplane communication is not in the rightmost slot of the PXI chassis.
Error -201187 Cold junction compensation channel cannot be used unless the corresponding analog input channel is configured to measure temperature using a thermocouple. Use the thermocouple version of the DAQmx Create Channel VI/function to configure the channel.
Error -201188 Onboard device memory overflow. Because of system and/or bus bandwidth limitations, the driver could not read data from the device fast enough to keep up with the device throughput. Reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently or use a different computer to calibrate your device.
Error -201189 Onboard device memory overflow. Because of system and/or bus bandwidth limitations, the driver could not read data from the device fast enough to keep up with the device throughput. This device supports high-speed (480Mb/s) USB but it is connected to a full-speed (12 Mb/s) USB port. Connect this device to a high-speed (480 Mb/s) USB port, reduce the number of programs your computer is executing concurrently, or use a different computer to calibrate your device. If you are using a USB hub, ensure that it supports high-speed operation.
Error -201190 Device is currently not usable and must be placed into firmware loader mode. Unplug the device USB cable and plug it back in. If the device is plugged into a USB hub, ensure that you unplug the device from the hub.
Error -201191 Property specified is not supported unless excitation is enabled. Enable excitation before attempting to access the property.
Error -201192 Connection to target failed for the requested configuration operation. Confirm that NI-DAQmx is installed on the target.
Error -201193 SCXI chassis address specified is invalid. Specify an SCXI chassis address between 0 and 31.
Error -201194 Property cannot be read before reading the corresponding Channels Exist property. NI-DAQmx retrieves the channel state from the hardware when the application reads the corresponding Channels Exist property. After reading the corresponding Channels Exist property, you can retrieve other information about these channels.
Error -201195 PCI Express interface layer error detected. Contact National Instruments for support.
Error -201196 PCI Express interface layer error detected. Contact National Instruments for support.
Error -201197 Circuit connected to the prototyping board causes channels to use too much power. Those channels were disabled to prevent the device from using too much power. Turn the prototyping board power switch to the off position; correct the circuit connected to the prototyping board; then turn the prototyping board power switch back on.
Error -201198 Circuit connected to the prototyping board causes a short between the specified physical channel and the voltage source. The output of the function generator has been suspended to prevent the device from using too much power. Turn the prototyping board power switch to the off position; correct the circuit connected to the prototyping board; then turn the prototyping board power switch back on.
Error -201199 Circuit connected to the prototyping board causes too much power to be drawn from the specified source. The output of the source has been suspended to prevent the device from using too much power. Turn the prototyping board power switch to the off position; correct the circuit connected to the prototyping board; then turn the prototyping board power switch back on.
Error -201200 Requested operation could not be completed because the prototyping board has been removed or disabled. The prototyping board can be disabled by either switching the prototyping board switch to the off position, or by an incorrect connection on the prototyping board causing too much power to be drawn from the device. Ensure that all connections on the prototyping board are correct and that the prototyping board is properly inserted and powered on before attempting the operation.
Error -201201 Offset error measured for this calibration task is out of range for the device. Ensure that the reference voltage is accurate, specified correctly, and connected to the correct channel. Also ensure that the measured output voltage is specified correctly and that the device is functioning properly.
Error -201202 Gain error measured for this calibration task is out of range for the device. Ensure that the reference voltage is accurate, specified correctly, and connected to the correct channel. Also ensure that the measured output voltage is specified correctly and that the device is functioning properly.
Error -201203 Virtual channel specified does not support the strain gage shunt calibration procedure.
Error -201204 Virtual channel specified does not support the Wheatstone bridge shunt calibration procedure.
Error -201205 Device simulation flag does not match the simulation flag of the RTSI cable.
Error -201206 Task cannot contain a mixture of simulated devices and physical devices. Ensure the physical channels added to the task refer to all physical devices or all simulated devices.
Error -201207 Active Device cannot be specified when reading or writing timing properties in this multidevice task, due to synchronization requirements.
Error -201208 Sample rate specified is too fast for the ADC Timing Mode selected for this device. Decrease the sample rate or use a faster ADC Timing Mode.
Error -201209 Waveform length is too small for the "generate" instruction before "break" block.
Error -201210 Waveform subset length is too small for the "generate" instruction before "break" block.
Error -201211 Wait duration is too small for the "wait" instruction before "break" block.
Error -201212 Waveform length is too small for the "generate" instruction in "break" block.
Error -201213 Waveform subset length is too small for the "generate" instruction in "break" block.
Error -201214 Wait duration is too small for the "wait" instruction in "break" block.
Error -201215 Marker position specified is either too close to the end or the beginning of the waveform, or too close to another marker in the "generate" statement in "break" block.
Error -201216 "Wait until trigger" instruction not allowed in a "break" block.
Error -201217 "Repeat until trigger" instruction not allowed in a "break" block.
Error -201218 "If-Else" block not allowed in a "break" block.
Error -201219 "Break" block cannot be nested in other "break" blocks.
Error -201220 "Clear trigger" instruction not allowed in a "break" block.
Error -201221 "Break" blocks are not allowed in finite or conditional loops.
Error -201222 "Generate" or finite "wait" instruction expected before a "break" block.
Error -201223 Tristate setting must be identical for all lines in the port.
Error -201224 Tristate setting must be applied to all lines in the port. Include all lines in the port in the Active Channel list.
Error -201225 Change detection timing cannot be used on this device while Memory Mapping for Programmed IO is enabled. Set MemMapEnable to false or use a different timing type.
Error -201226 Memory Mapping for Programmed IO Enable setting must be the same for all virtual channels in the task.
Error -201227 Timing engine requested can only be used with lines that span two contiguous ports. Use the default timing engine for the specified physical channels, use some lines from two contiguous ports, or use all of the physical data channels on the device.
Error -201228 Watchdog timer task could not be created because one of the digital output lines in the task uses memory mapping for programmed I/O. Set DO.MemMapEnable to false for all lines in the task, or do not use a watchdog timer task.
Error -201229 Memory mapping for programmed I/O cannot be enabled for the specified lines because a watchdog timer task uses these lines. Set DO.MemMapEnable to false for all lines in the task, or do not use a watchdog timer task.
Error -201230 Simulation flag of the referenced device does not match the simulation flag of the target.
Error -201231 Local channel is not referenced by the task specified in the local channel name.
Error -201232 Target storage was altered by another process before the changes could be saved.
Error -201233 Object specified could not be found in storage.
Error -201234 Storage specified is not valid or could not be found.
Error -201235 Required object dependency was not found in storage.
Error -201236 Communication mode specified is not valid for the SCXI Chassis.
Error -201237 Physical channel name specified is invalid. Physical channel names are of the form <device name>/<physical channel name>, for example, dev1/ai0.
Error -201238 SCXI digitization is not supported by the device or physical channel.
Error -201239 SCXI multiplexed digitization is not supported by the device.
Error -201240 Digitization mode specified is not supported by the SCXI module.
Error -201241 Connector 0 on the SCXI chassis communication device must be cabled to the SCXI module.
Error -201242 SCXI chassis communication is not supported by the device.
Error -201243 Address specified is invalid.
Error -201244 Module type in the source storage does not match the module type in the destination.
Error -201245 User defined information string entered exceeds the maximum allowable string length.
Error -201246 Device cannot be created in MAX because the carrier contains no cartridge. Plug in a cartridge and attempt to create the device again.
Error -201247 Device cannot be created in MAX because a driver could not be found for the device. You may need to upgrade NI-DAQmx.
Error -201248 Device configuration may not be changed at this time because the device is locked.
Error -201249 Wireless security setting is invalid. Ensure that all necessary settings are specified.
Error -201250 Connection to the network device has timed out. The network device did not respond properly for a period of time. If timeouts persist, contact your system administrator.
Error -201251 Device could not be found on the network. This usually indicates an incorrect hostname or a DNS failure.
Error -201252 Device cannot be reached because no known route to the device exists on the network.
Error -201253 Network is currently unavailable. This usually indicates an unplugged network cable, a failing network component, or an improperly configured network.
Error -201254 Serial numbers of the network device do not match the serial numbers NI-DAQmx expected. Replace the original device or module and try again, or use the reconnect button in MAX to locate the original device.
Error -201255 EEPROM of this device has changed since this task began. Restart the task or reset the device to refresh the EEPROM contents.
Error -201256 Wireless channel specified is not available for this country code configuration.
Error -201257 Country code is not configured. This setting is required to determine available wireless channels.
Error -201258 Wireless configuration has been rejected by the device.
Error -201259 Network configuration has been rejected by the device.
Error -201260 Manual control attribute cannot be read when manual control is disabled. Enable manual control before reading this attribute.
Error -201261 Sample clock rate cannot be changed at this time. When changing the Sample clock rate for a running task, one full period of the Sample clock must complete at the previous rate before NI-DAQmx can safely update the timing circuitry.
Error -201262 Property specified is not supported for the bus type of the device.
Error -201263 Firmware for this device could not be downloaded. To retry downloading the firmware, unplug the device and plug it back in. If this problem continues, contact National Instruments for assistance.
Error -201264 Scaled waveform is too large. After multiplication by the software scaling factor, the magnitude of each sample must be less than 1.0.
Error -201265 Input voltage limits exceeded. Protection circuity disabled the inputs. Ensure proper voltage levels on device inputs.
Error -201266 Property requested was not found. The property is either not supported by the object or has not been set.
Error -201267 User defined information string entered is of an invalid length.
Error -201268 Current limit specified cannot be applied to the channel because all current limit resources on the device have been reserved. Use a current limit setting that is already in use for another channel, or free a current limit resource by disabling current limiting on all channels that use a common current limit.
Error -201269 Calibration operation cannot be completed unless the prototyping board is powered on.
Error -201270 Certificate provided is not in PEM (Privacy Enhanced Mail) format. Only PEM certificates are supported.
Error -201271 Product at the address provided was not the expected type. This may be due to a module being replaced or IP addresses on the network being reassigned. Reconnect to the device in MAX or delete it from your system and rediscover it.
Error -201272 IP address provided is invalid. IP addresses must be of the form x.x.x.x where x is a number from 0 to 255.
Error -201273 Network device is already in use by another host.
Error -201274 Device specified is not supported in 64-bit applications. To use this device, configure your development environment to create a 32-bit application, or use a 32-bit development environment. Refer to the documentation for your development environment for more information.
Error -201275 Device cannot be calibrated using the coupling specified. Calibrate using a different coupling mode.
Error -201276 Certificate provided is not in PEM (Privacy-enhanced Electronic Mail) or DER (Distinguished Encoding Rules) format. Only PEM or DER certificates are accepted.
Error -201277 Certificate file is too large to transfer to the device.
Error -201278 Consecutive writes to a digital line occurred more frequently than the device can safely allow.
Error -201279 Coupling specified conflicts with the Measurement Type of the channel. Configure the channel to use a coupling appropriate for the measurement and sensor. For example, use DC coupling for DC sensors.
Error -201280 Vertical Offset is not supported by this device.
Error -201281 Device does not support using more than one trigger at a time. Configure the device to use only one trigger, or use a device that supports using multiple triggers.
Error -201282 Device power up failed. Try resetting the device. If the error persists contact National Instruments.
Error -201283 Internal serial communication bus failed. Try resetting the device. If the error persists, contact National Instruments.
Error -201284 Improper chassis power levels detected. The +3.3 V fuse on the device might have blown, or there might be a problem with the +3.3 V rail on the chassis. Try resetting the device. If the error persists, contact National Instruments.
Error -201285 Improper chassis power levels detected. The +5 V fuse on the device might have blown, or there might be a problem with the +5 V rail on the chassis. Try resetting the device. If the error persists, contact National Instruments.
Error -201286 Improper chassis power levels detected. The +12 V fuse on the device might have blown, or there might be a problem with the +12 V rail on the chassis. Try resetting the device. If the error persists, contact National Instruments.
Error -201287 Improper chassis power levels detected. The -12 V fuse on the device might have blown, or there might be a problem with the -12 V rail on the chassis. Try resetting the device. If the error persists, contact National Instruments.
Error -201288 Property specified cannot be set while the task is reserved. Set the property prior to reserving the task or unreserve the task prior to setting the property.
Error -201289 Calibration procedure for your device does not support shorted inputs. Refer to the calibration procedure for your device for more information.
Error -201290 WEP key must be either 10 or 26 characters long.
Error -201291 Pulse specifications cannot be written to a finite counter output task on this device.
Error -201292 Sample Clock Overrun and Underflow Behaviors must be set to consistent values. Either set Overrun Behavior to Stop Task and Error and Underflow Behavior to Halt Output and Error, or set Overrun Behavior to Ignore Overruns and Underflow Behavior to Pause Until Data Available.
Error -201293 Device could not complete the calibration operation. Calibration could fail for the following reasons: 1. The actual reference signal applied for calibration was different from the value you specified. Ensure that the reference signal applied is the same as the values that were input. 2. The reference signal was not stable over the period of time that the hardware was being calibrated. Ensure that the reference signal specified is free of noise and does not drift over the duration of the calibration. 3. The device is not functioning properly.
Error -201294 Device could not complete the calibration operation. Calibration could fail for the following reasons: 1. The actual reference signal applied for calibration was different from the value you specified. Ensure that the reference signal applied is the same as the values that were input. 2. The reference signal was not stable over the period of time that the hardware was being calibrated. Ensure that the reference signal specified is free of noise and does not drift over the duration of the calibration. 3. The device is not functioning properly.
Error -201295 Device could not complete the calibration operation. Calibration could fail for the following reasons: 1. The actual reference signal applied for calibration was different from the value you specified. Ensure that the reference signal applied is the same as the values that were input. 2. The reference signal was not stable over the period of time that the hardware was being calibrated. Ensure that the reference signal specified is free of noise and does not drift over the duration of the calibration. 3. The device is not functioning properly.
Error -201296 Sample Timing Type specified is not supported for counter output tasks on this device. Change the Sample Timing Type to Implicit.
Error -201297 Sample and hold is not supported for SCXI modules in parallel mode using digitizer channels other than 0 through 7. Disable sample and hold, use only digitizer channels 0 through 7, or use multiplexed mode.
Error -201298 Property specified is not supported in conjunction with a conflicting property.
Error -201299 Log Only mode is only supported for buffered tasks. Either use Log and Read mode or configure the task as Finite or Continuous.
Error -201300 Property specified is not supported when logging data.
Error -201301 Reading samples is not supported in the specified logging mode. To access the samples while logging, either open the file being written to or use a different logging mode.
Error -201302 File permission error. You do not have the correct permissions for the file.
Error -201303 Logging to this file format is not supported by NI-DAQmx. Convert the file to TDMS version 2.0 or later, or specify a different file.
Error -201304 File path specified is invalid, or the file is not a valid TDMS file. Specify the location of a valid TDMS file.
Error -201305 Disk is full. Free up disk space, or specify a different file path.
Error -201306 File specified is already opened for output by another task. Specify a different file path.
Error -201307 Logging is not supported for this measurement type. Change the measurement type in order to use logging.
Error -201308 Logging is not supported for finite counter tasks on this device. Change the Sample Mode of the task to continuous.
Error -201309 Unable to write to disk. Ensure that the file is accessible. If the problem persists, try logging to a different file.
Error -201310 TDMS support is not installed or is too old. Use an NI-DAQmx runtime that includes TDMS support, or install a supported version of TDMS from a stand-alone installer.
Error -201311 File specified is already opened for output. NI-DAQmx requires exclusive write access.
Error -201312 Logging is not supported for this channel and/or measurement type. Use a different measurement type or channel.
Error -201313 Non-responsive counter detected. NI-DAQmx reset the counter. Counter timebases at the specified speed must remain periodic, otherwise the counter can become non-responsive. Use an internal timebase or an external timebase that remains periodic.
Error -201314 Multiple Sample Clock pulses were detected within one period of the input signal. Use a Sample Clock rate that is slower than the input signal. If you are using an external Sample Clock, ensure that clock signal is within the jitter and voltage level specifications and without glitches.
Error -201315 Events cannot be configured after writing samples to the task.
Error -201316 Timebase specified is too fast for a hardware-timed single-point counter output task.
Error -201317 Multiple counters are not allowed in a buffered counter output task.
Error -201318 Sample Clock pulse occurred before a pulse could be generated using the previous pulse specification. Use a Sample Clock that is slower than the pulse train you want to generate.
Error -201319 Sample Clock pulse occurred before the previous sample was acquired from all channels in the task. Use a Sample Clock rate that allows time for the device to acquire samples from all channels. If you are using an external Sample Clock, ensure that clock signal is within the jitter and voltage level specifications and without glitches.
Error -201320 Retriggering can only be enabled for finite task with a Start trigger configured.
Error -201321 Memory-mapped task detected data corruption because the memory was accessed by another program, such as a debugger or virus scanner. Disable other programs that might access this memory, or disable memory mapping for the task.
Error -201322 Memory mapping must be the same setting for all simultaneous tasks that use channels from a single subsystem.
Error -201323 Sample Clock timing is not supported when using a two-counter measurement method. Use a one-counter measurement method, or use a different timing type.
Error -201324 Multiple counters are not allowed in a single counter output task when using Sample Clock timing.
Error -201325 Module specified cannot be used as the first stage of a dual -stage analog input channel.
Error -201326 Module specified cannot be used as the second stage of a dual-stage analog input channel.
Error -201327 Modules specified are not valid for dual-stage analog input channels.
Error -201328 Second stage of a dual-stage analog input channel cannot be empty.
Error -201329 Data Transfer Mechanism must be DMA when Sample Mode is Hardware Timed Single Point on this device.
Error -201330 Pulse train specifications cannot be modified while the task is running if Auto Increment Count is greater than 0
Error -201331 Memory mapping is not supported on this device for non-buffered tasks using Sample Clock timing. Disable memory mapping or change the buffer size.
Error -201332 Logging is not supported for output tasks.
Error -201333 Required scaling parameter has not been specified.
Error -201334 Linear scaling requires unique electrical and physical values.
Error -201335 Table scaling requires the same number of electrical values as physical values.
Error -201336 Bridge scales are not supported for this measurement type. Use a custom scale for additional scaling.
Error -201337 Device names must be 254 characters or shorter.
Error -201338 Shunt resistor location specified is not valid for this calibration procedure.
Error -201339 External timebase rate specified is too fast for this device. Reduce the timebase rate to less than 1/4 the device oscillator frequency.
Error -201340 Firmware on the device is out of date. Use Measurement & Automation Explorer to update the device firmware.
Error -201341 Accessory cannot be connected while the task runs. The accessory uses different scaling or is unsupported. Ensure the accessory is seated properly and restart the task.
Error -201342 Unsupported accessory is connected to the module. Insert a supported accessory and restart the task.
Error -201343 Overcurrent detected in the power supply for the accessory connected to the module. Check the external wiring and ensure the accessory, if present, is properly seated. Then, reset the module using DAQmx Reset Device or Measurement & Automation Explorer.
Error -201344 ADC Timing Mode property was set to Custom, but the Custom Timing Mode property was not set. Specify a value for Custom Timing Mode or change the ADC Timing Mode.
Error -201345 Custom Timing Mode property is not supported unless the ADC Timing Mode property is set to Custom. Set ADC Timing Mode to Custom before setting Custom Timing Mode.
Error -201346 Synchronization Type cannot be Slave without configuring the device to use an external Sync Pulse. Set the Synchronization Type to Master or configure the device to use an external Sync Pulse.
Error -201347 Sync Pulse was not detected before attempting to start the task. Ensure you connected the source of the Sync Pulse to the device.
Error -201348 Retriggered counter tasks do not support trigger skew correction. Set the Synchronization Type to Default or disable retriggering.
Error -201349 Multidevice tasks using the specified devices do not support a Start Trigger and Reference Trigger from different devices. Using triggers from different devices can cause unwanted latency or incorrect behavior. Use triggers from a single device or manually synchronize the devices.
Error -201350 Synchronization Type cannot be Slave unless you configure the device to use a trigger with an external source. Configure an external trigger or set Synchronization Type to None or Master.
Error -201351 Memory mapping is not supported by this device for on-demand acquisitions.
Error -201352 Analog bus line(s) in use by another device. Verify other devices are not currently using the analog bus line(s). If you intend to share the line(s) between devices, ensure the Analog Bus Sharing Enabled property is True for all shared channels.
Error -201353 Analog bus needed by the current operation is invalid. Verify that all carriers connected using expansion bridge(s) are functioning properly.
Error -201354 Cards specified cannot be used to create a SwitchBlock device. Use the current set of cards as single-card devices, or use a different set of cards to create a valid combination.
Error -201355 Switch device has been disabled to prevent it from exceeding the power limit for the carrier. To recover, call DAQmx Disconnect All, or reset the device. The device can be reset either programmatically or by using Measurement & Automation Explorer. Refer to your device documentation for more information.
Error -201356 Topology specified is not supported by this card.
Error -201357 Device must consist of at least one card.
Error -201358 Simulation flag must be the same for the cards, devices, and carrier.
Error -201359 Multicard devices must consist of cards contained in the same carrier.
Error -201360 Carrier slot number specified for the card is invalid.
Error -201361 Sync pulse cannot originate from the specified device for this combination of devices.
Error -201362 Analog reference trigger and sync pulse must come from the same device.
Error -201363 Minimum and maximum values specified are outside the bounds of the specified physical values for the table. Change the table or the minimum and maximum value appropriately.
Error -201364 Trigger detected that could not be acted upon by the device. Slow down your trigger source.
Error -201365 Onboard regeneration cannot be used when there are more than 16 channels in the task. Reduce the number of channels in the task or set Use Only Onboard Memory to false.
Error -201366 Reference Clock signal was not found at the specified source.
Error -201367 Filtering or digital synchronization of an internal signal is not supported by the device.
Error -201368 Invalid number of calibration adjustment points provided. Use DAQmx Adjust Calibration to provide calibration points for the device.
Error -201369 Hostname specified is in use by another device.
Error -201370 IP address specified is in use by another device.
Error -201371 Multicast DNS service instance specified is in use by another device.
Error -201372 Open thermocouple condition detected on thermocouple channel(s) you are attempting to calibrate. Ensure thermocouples are properly connected and functioning before performing lead offset nulling calibration.
Error -201373 Output peer-to-peer streaming with the Stream statement is not allowed in a script with If Else, Repeat Until, or Break statements.
Error -201374 Self-calibration failed. Performing an external calibration may fix the problem.
Error -201375 Thermocouple lead offset nulling calibration is not supported by the specified channels. Make sure the device supports thermocouple lead offset nulling calibration. Make sure all channels are thermocouple channels. Make sure open thermocouple detection is enabled. Set skip unsupported channels to true.
Error -201376 Data read from the EEPROM on the accessory attached to the device is invalid. Verify that any accessories configured with this device are connected. If the problem continues, contact National Instruments technical support. The device might need to be recalibrated or repaired by NI.
Error -201377 Device is unusable while firmware update is in progress.
Error -201378 Firmware version requested was not found on the system.
Error -201379 Network devices are not supported on this platform.
Error -201380 The requested operation is not supported by this device.
Error -201381 One or more connections to external power rails are drawing too much power. The operation has been aborted to prevent the device from using too much power. Remove the connection(s) to the external power rails and restart your task.
Error -201382 The file write size specified is not evenly divisible by the volume sector size.
Error -201383 The file write size specified is too large. Performance can suffer if the file write size is larger than one-fourth the size of the buffer length.
Error -201384 The simulated C Series module is not supported on this simulated chassis.
Error -201385 Self-calibration failed to converge. Performing an external calibration may fix the problem.
Error -201386 Self-calibration failed. Contact National Instruments technical support at ni.com/support.
Error -201387 The DAQmx Adjust DSA AI Calibration with Gain and Coupling function/VI was executed more than once for the same combination of gain and coupling settings. Call the DAQmx Adjust DSA AI Calibration with Gain and Coupling function/VI only once for the following combination of gain and coupling settings:
Error -201388 Network device is not reserved for this host.
Error -201389 Modules were inserted or removed while the connection to the network device was lost. Reset the chassis using DAQmx Reset Device or Measurement & Automation Explorer and wait for the modules to be redetected before proceeding.
Error -201390 Connection to the network device was lost. This can indicate an unplugged network cable, a failing network component, or a network device that is reserved by another host.
Error -201391 Device could not complete calibration because calibration was not performed for all gain and coupling settings. Use DAQmx Adjust DSA AI Calibration function/VI to calibrate for the following gain and coupling settings:
Error -201392 Device does not support configuring tristate logic level in software.
Error -201393 Tristate logic level is not supported on output only lines.
Error -201394 Tristate logic level is only port configurable for this device.
Error -201395 The task is not buffered or has no channels. If the task is not buffered, use the scalar version of this function. If the task has no channels, add one to the task.
Error -201396 Filter Delay Removal is not supported when an analog start trigger is in use. Change Filter Delay Removal to false when using an analog start trigger. Refer to Filter Delay Removal in your DSA documentation for more details.
Error -201397 Change detection has detected interrupts occurring at a higher rate than can be handled. The change detection task has been stopped to prevent the device from being reset because of this condition. If this is the result of unwanted noise on a digital signal, use a digital filter to eliminate unwanted digital transitions.
Error -201398 Requested value is not supported for this property. If you did not directly set this property to the unsupported value, check other properties that you have set, as they can influence the scaled value of this property.
Error -201399 Multi-device timed DIO tasks require all modules to be the same type. You can select either all your serial digital modules or all your parallel digital modules in this task.
Error -201400 Failed to reserve file size. File size pre-allocation might require you to run the application with administrator privileges. If the operating system uses User Account Control, configure this control properly.
Error -201401 Retrieving properties from the network device failed. Make sure the device is connected.
Error -201402 The samples per file specified is not evenly divisible by the file write size. Either change the samples per file or modify the file write size. If not explicitly set, the file write size can be inferred from the buffer size, which is based on the sample rate.
Error -201403 You have specified a new file path but did not call DAQmx Start New File. To change the file path while logging, configure Logging.SampsPerFile or call DAQmx Start New File.
Error -201404 One or more cards for your NI SwitchBlock device have been inserted and/or removed while your system was powered on. This can lead to unexpected behavior. Restart your system.
Error -201405 An expansion bridge has been inserted or removed while your system is powered on. This can lead to unexpected behavior. Restart your system.
Error -201406 The 5 V fuse on your NI SwitchBlock carrier is blown. Refer to your documentation for help with replacing the fuse.
Error -201407 Specified property is not supported unless Sample Mode is set to Hardware Timed Single Point.
Error -201408 Averaging of data is only supported when the Sample Mode is set to Hardware Timed Single Point and the Sample Clock source is external to the device.
Error -201409 The requested delay from Sample Clock is out of range for a hardware-timed single-point acquisition.
Error -201410 The requested Sample Clock rate is too fast for hardware-timed single point. Consider decreasing the Sample Clock rate, increasing the convert rate, or decreasing the delay from the Sample Clock. If using an external Sample Clock source, you might also decrease the number of samples to average.
Error -201411 The accessory attached to the device does not support connections. Attach an accessory that supports connections.
Error -201412 The specified accessory channels are not present on this device. The accessory channels should be specified for the device in the calibration session.
Error -201413 There is no accessory attached to the device.
Error -201414 The specified connection is not supported on the attached accessory. Refer to your accessory documentation for supported connections.
Error -201415 The module is not supported by the NI 9163.
Error -201416 Switch device has been disabled to prevent it from exceeding its simultaneous relay drive limit. To recover, disconnect a relay or channel.
Error -201417 Timing is configured without supplying a clock signal. Either supply an external clock or use an internal timebase.
Error -201418 Device firmware has not been updated because the firmware file uploaded is corrupt or is not a valid firmware image file. Please verify that the file specified is a valid National Instruments firmware image.
Error -201419 Device firmware has not been updated because the firmware file uploaded is for a different type of device or an older revision of this device. Please verify that the firmware file is correct for this device.
Error -201420 The network device is currently reserved by another host. Specify whether you want to override the other host's reservation.
Error -201421 The accessory attached to the device does not support this property.
Error -201422 Your SwitchBlock carrier contains one or more cards with power characteristics unknown to the driver. To protect the hardware from overheating, all devices within your carrier are disallowed from drawing power. Upgrade your software driver to the latest version or shutdown your system and remove any unknown or invalid card(s).
Error -201423 Communication with the chassis has been interrupted. Check the cabling and/or the wireless signal to the chassis. Then reset the chassis using DAQmx Reset Device or Device Reset in MAX to re-establish communication.
Error -201424 The multidevice task cannot be synchronized in its current configuration.
Error -201425 The multidevice task does not have a method for synchronizing timing that is compatible with all of the included devices.
Error -201426 One or more devices do not support multidevice tasks.
Error -201427 The specified device is not supported within the NI-DAQmx API.
Error -201428 More than one sync pulse was detected. For proper operation, only a single sync pulse signal can be provided to all DSA modules in a task.
Error -201429 Start trigger delay is not available when a C Series Delta-Sigma module or a Reference Clock module is in the task.
Error -201430 You have requested an invalid number of reference voltages to write. Ensure the number of values to write is the same as the number of entries in the array.
Error -201431 Calibration offset adjustment has failed because the wrong channel was selected. Check the module calibration procedure to decide which channel to use for the calibration offset adjustment.
Error -201432 Calibration adjustment cannot be completed on a device performing different types of measurements (for instance, voltage and current measurements). Make sure only one measurement type is being calibrated in each calibration session.
Error -201433 Write failed because a watchdog timer task expired and changed the direction of the lines to tristate after the digital output task was committed. To avoid this, unreserve and recommit the digital output task after the watchdog timer expiration has been cleared to reconfigure the lines to output.
Error -201434 Configuration failed because the task tried to change the direction of a line while the watchdog timer is expired. Clear the expiration of the watchdog timer task before trying to change the direction of any line, even if the line is not watched by the watchdog timer task.
Error -201435 No samples provided to DAQmx Write to initialize buffered generation.
Error -201436 Unable to route signals through the analog bus that are composed of different wire modes. Please disconnect any devices of different wire modes from the analog bus before routing this device through the analog bus.
Error -201437 The timeout value specified exceeds the maximum timeout value supported by this device.
Error -201438 The device was rebooted after a watchdog timer expired due to unresponsive firmware or hardware components. A watchdog timer that times out can cause digital output lines to change state. To clear this error, reset or power cycle the device. Please also contact National Instruments technical support.
Error -201439 Retriggering is not allowed for finite Sample Clock-timed counter output tasks. Reconfigure the task to use a different sample timing type or disable retriggering.
Error -201440 Neither an external reference clock nor a sample clock timebase has been specified. For multi-device synchronization, you must specify the sync pulse source and either an external reference clock or sample clock timebase. Refer to the device documentation for details on multi-device synchronization.
Error -201441 On an NI 449x, specify either the sync pulse source or the sample clock timebase source but not both.
Error -201442 Cannot measure two-edge separation with both the first and second terminal set to the same signal and both the first and second edge set to the same edge. To measure the period of a signal, use a counter input period task. Otherwise, change one of the terminals to a different signal, or change one of the edges to be different from the other.
Error -201443 FREQOUT counter cannot generate the desired frequency. The 4-bit FREQOUT counter can divide the 20 MHz, 10 MHz (20 MHz / 2), or 100 kHz (20 MHz / 200) timebase by a number between 1 and 16. Choose a frequency within this range.
Error -201444 Multidevice tasks cannot use the on-demand sample timing type. Configure timing to synchronize and acquire samples from multiple devices.
Error -201445 You must configure strain gage channels for each arm of the rosette. Specify the strain gage channel names.
Error -201446 Each tee rosette requires two physical channels. Make sure the physical channel list contains two physical channels for each tee rosette.
Error -201447 The selected rosette requires three physical channels. Make sure the physical channel list contains three physical channels for each rosette.
Error -201448 No rosette measurements specified. Please specify one or more rosette measurements.
Error -201449 The requested port connection string is not in a valid format. The valid format is <device name>/port<port number> (e.g. Dev1/port2).
Error -201450 The requested device does not support cDAQ Sync connections.
Error -201451 The operation cannot be completed on only one port. Two ports are required.
Error -201452 The operation has been aborted.
Error -201453 Cannot find disconnected connections between devices in different states (present and simulated). Please check requested set.
Error -201454 Carrier physically unable to contain the declared cards.
Error -201455 cDAQ Sync connections are not allowed between physical and NI-DAQmx simulated devices. Use cDAQ Sync for either only physical devices or only NI-DAQmx simulated devices.
Error -201456 The devices attempting to be configured for cDAQ Sync do not have a common sync connection strategy.
Error -201457 cDAQ Sync cannot add a connection from a port to the same port. Add a connection to a different port instead.
Error -201458 Specified timeout value is not supported. Set the timeout to to a value > 0 or -1 (wait infinitely).
Error -201459 Specified devices do not support cDAQ Sync connections. Please select a different set of devices.
Error -201460 No devices scanned support cDAQ Sync connections. Requesting an empty string only scans physical devices (present and offline) and ignores NI-DAQmx simulated devices. Please check your hardware configuration.
Error -201461 Reference clock is not present. This task requires a reference clock to be present before configuring hardware.
Error -201462 The attempted connection is not between an output port and an input port. Port 0 is input only. All other ports are output only. Please check your connection and try again.
Error -201463 The requested ports are not reciprocal. Make sure that the ports point at each other.
Error -201464 A hardware fault has occurred. Please contact National Instruments technical support. To clear the fault, power cycle the device.
Error -201465 Cannot perform auto-configure on offline devices. Please remove offline devices from the requested set.
Error -201466 Cannot auto-configure connections between devices in different states (present, offline, and simulated). Please check requested set.
Error -201467 Associated channels have conflicting properties. Make the conflicting property values consistent across channels to fix the error.
Error -201468 The requested cDAQ Sync device cannot be configured because the master timebase is not present. Tasks containing cDAQ Sync devices that export or import a timebase must be committed in cascading order from the source to the destination. Use DAQmx Control Task to commit the master timebase source task prior to committing or starting a slave task.
Error -201469 You selected a different digitizer and communicator for an SCXI module that is in multiplexed mode. Configure the SCXI module with the digitizer set to the same mode as the chassis communicator in MAX.
Error -201470 Invalid calibration adjustment point(s) provided. Use DAQmx Get Calibration Adjustment Points to retrieve valid adjustment values.
Error -201471 The physical channel string contains multiple devices. You can include multiple physical channels on a single device (for example, "Dev1/ao0:3") but not multiple physical channels on multiple devices (for example, "Dev1/ao0:3, Dev2/ao2").
Error -201472 You must specify exactly one timestamp channel for a Navigation With Timestamp read call.
Error -201474 The device is not supported on the local system, is incompatible, or the installation is corrupt. Install and/or repair the appropriate driver.
Error -201475 Auxiliary power not detected. Verify that the auxiliary power source is properly connected to the device and that the auxiliary input fuse has not blown. Refer to the NI-DCPower documentation for information about replacing the input fuse.
Error -201476 Task reservation failed because a watchdog timer task is reserved. Unreserve or commit the watchdog timer task to reserve a new task.
Error -201477 Reservation of watchdog timer task failed because another task is reserved or running. Stop and unreserve all other tasks before reserving a watchdog timer task.
Error -201478 Watchdog timer task has expired. Reset the chassis to resume normal operation.
Error -201479 The attribute/property ArmStart.Term cannot be queried when a software arm start trigger is configured because it cannot be exported to any terminal. Configure an external arm start trigger and query the desired attribute/property.
Error -201480 There is already a session open to the device from another process, or a calibration session is open. You must close the open session, exit the application holding the device, or release the device in the Soft Front Panel.
Error -201481 If you specify an expiration state for any line on an NI 9401 in the range of line 0:3 or line 4:7, you must specify an expiration state for every line in that range.
Error -201482 The current number of channels chosen for calibration is incorrect. You must specify all channels for calibration.
Error -201483 The selected master for the configured multi-device task is not able to export signals. Make sure that the first channel in the task is from a device on a chassis that has an NI 9469 capable of exporting signals to the slave devices. If you have any delta-sigma modules in your task, at least one must be in the master chassis. For time-based synchronization, ensure all the chassis in the task are in the same synchronization network.
Error -201484 The current task contains channels from both delta-sigma and non delta-sigma devices. Make sure the first channel in the task is from a delta-sigma device and that it is located in a chassis that is able to share signals with its slave chassis through an NI 9469, or the task is running on devices that support time-based network synchronization.
Error -201485 Measured data size does not match reference data size. The module acquires data and receives reference data in different functions. Please make sure these calibration functions are executed the same number of times during calibration.
Error -201486 You must call DAQmx Setup Calibration first in order to calibrate this module.
Error -201487 You must disable automatic firmware updates before attempting to manually update the firmware of your device.
Error -201488 Firmware update failed. System attempted to update a different device than what you specified. Try updating again.
Error -201489 Invalid state for firmware update. You must call the firmware update action after calling beginFirmwareAction and before calling disposeFirmwareAction.
Error -201490 Firmware version being installed is older than the currently installed firmware.
Error -201491 Firmware version being installed matches the currently installed version.
Error -201492 Attempted operation is not supported on simulated devices.
Error -201493 Shunt calibration failed. The calculated gain adjust is out of range. Ensure that the shunt calibration terminals are connected properly and that the shunt resistance and shunt element location settings match how the hardware is wired.
Error -201494 Device does not support simultaneous calibration of multiple channels. Calibrate channels one channel at a time passing individual channels to different invocations of DAQmx Adjust Calibration.
Error -201495 Device calibration requires all ranges to be calibrated for a single channel. Calibrate the ranges specified in the procedure.
Error -201496 Voltage settings not calibrated. Ensure all voltage settings are calibrated before trying to calibrate bridge settings.
Error -201497 You must run setupCalibration before running getCalDataPoints.
Error -201498 AI channels on this device do not support using AC coupling while not using IEPE excitation. Enable IEPE excitation or set the coupling mode to DC.
Error -201499 The selected calibration mode cannot query calibration data points. Make sure you follow the calibration procedure.
Error -201500 The channel in calibration adjustment did not call calibration setup. Make sure you call calibration setup before calibration adjustment for this channel.
Error -201501 The reference value input of calibration adjustment is out of range.
Error -201502 DAC Offset Voltage Value is not set. When the DAC Offset Voltage Source property for a channel is set to External, the DAC Offset Voltage Value property must be set. Set the DAC Offset Voltage Value property so the value matches the offset voltage source connected to your device. Alternatively, use the internal DAC offset voltage source available on the device.
Error -209800 DAQmx Read did not complete before the arrival of the next sample clock or change detection event which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the hardware clock or the external change event. For tasks using sample clock timing, slow down the hardware clock or else change your application so that it can keep up with the hardware clock. For tasks using change detection timing, decrease the frequency of your event or else change your application so that it can keep up with the change event.
Error 200079 When specifying "No Change" as a watchdog state on a DSA channel, the actual behavior is determined by the idle output behavior configured by the last task run on the module.
Error -209801 DAQmx Write did not complete before the arrival of the next sample clock which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the hardware clock. Slow down the hardware clock or else change your application so that it can keep up with the hardware clock.
Error -209802 DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock detected one or more missed sample clocks since the last call to Wait for Next Sample Clock which indicates that your program is not keeping up with the sample clock. To remove this error, slow down the sample clock, or else change your application so that it can keep up with the sample clock. Alternatively, consider setting the Convert Errors to Warnings property to true and then handling the warning case appropriately.
Error -209803 DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock detected 3 or more missed sample clocks since the last call to Wait for Next Sample Clock which indicates your program is not keeping up with the sample clock, and data was subsequently lost before it could be read by the application. To remove this error, slow down the sample clock. Consider restructuring the application so you can call DAQmx Read more often. Setting the Convert Error to Warning property to True will not eliminate the error because the data is lost.
Error -209805 Task with counter output detected a sample clock before the corresponding DAQmx Write was completed. This may have occurred because the frequency of the counter output is too low for the given sample clock rate. A full output period must complete before new data can be written. To avoid this problem make sure that the counter output frequency is significantly higher than the sample clock rate.
Error -200831 On Demand Simultaneous Analog Output Enable cannot be set to true unless Sample Timing Type is On Demand.
Error -201045 Device connector number specified is invalid. Enter a valid connector number.
Error -201116 Hardware timed non-buffered analog output is not supported on this device.

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