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Short Name: ScriptTrig.Type
Property of niHSDIO
Specifies whether you want the Script trigger to be a digital edge, digital level, or software trigger. Depending upon the value of this property, more properties may be needed to fully configure the trigger.
This property is valid only for generation sessions.
The device does not use a Script trigger. The data operation starts immediately after you call the niHSDIO Initiate VI.
|Digital edge (29)||
The data operation does not start until a digital edge is detected. The source of the digital edge is specified with the Digital Edge Script Trigger Source property, and the active edge is specified with the Digital Edge Script Trigger Edge property.
|Digital level (30)||
The Script trigger is active when the level of the Script trigger matches the desired level. The source of the Script trigger is specified with the Digital Level Script Trigger Source property, and the desired level is specified with the Digital Level Script Trigger When property.
The data operation does not start until a software trigger occurs. You can assert the software trigger by calling niHSDIO Send Software Edge Trigger VI and selecting Start Trigger , Reference Trigger , Script Trigger , Advance Trigger , or Stop Trigger as the trigger parameter.
The following table lists the characteristics of this property.
|High-level VIs||niHSDIO Configure Trigger|