|NI-DCPower (English | Japanese)|
Short Name: Self-Cal Persistence
Property of niDCPower
Specifies whether the values calculated during self-calibration should be written to hardware to be used until the next self-calibration or only used until the niDCPower Reset Device VI is called or the machine is powered down.
This property affects the behavior of the niDCPower Cal Self Calibrate VI. When set to Keep in Memory, the values calculated by the niDCPower Cal Self Calibrate VI are used in the existing session, as well as in all further sessions until you call the niDCPower Reset Device VI or restart the machine. When you set this property to Write to EEPROM, the values calculated by the niDCPower Cal Self Calibrate VI are written to hardware and used in the existing session and in all subsequent sessions until another call to the niDCPower Cal Self Calibrate VI is made.
|Note This property is not supported by all devices. Refer to Supported Properties by Device for information about supported devices.|
Default Value:Refer to Supported Properties by Device for the default value by device.
|Keep in Memory (1045)||
Keep new self-calibration values in memory only.
|Write to EEPROM (1046)||
Write new self-calibration values to hardware. Refer to your device documentation for more information about the implications of frequent writes to the EEPROM.
The following table lists the characteristics of this property.