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VXI/GPIB-VXI/VME RBD Instr

LabVIEW 2013 Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 371361K-01

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Inherits from I/O Session class.

Long Name Description
GPIB Settings:Line REN State Returns the current state of the GPIB REN (Remote ENable) interface line. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Source Byte Order Specifies the byte order to use in high-level access operations, such as VISA In X and VISA Move In X, when reading from the source. The default is Big Endian (0). Details
General Settings:Slot Returns the physical slot location of the device. If the slot is unknown, the value returned is -1. Details
Interface Information:Interface Number of Parent Returns the board number of the parent device. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Commander Logical Address Returns the logical address of the commander of the VXI device. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Memory Base Address Returns the base address of the device in VXI memory space. Details
GPIB Settings:Secondary Address Returns the secondary address of the GPIB device used by the given session. If the device does not have a secondary address, the value of this property is 65535 (0xFFFF). Details
VXI/VME Settings:Window Access Privilege Specifies the address modifier to use in low-level access operations, such as VISA Map Address, VISA Peek X, and VISA Poke X, when accessing the mapped window. The default is Data/Privileged (0). Details
VXI/VME Settings:Mainframe Logical Address Returns the lowest logical address in the mainframe in which the device resides. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Destination Access Privilege Specifies the address modifier to use in high-level access operations, such as VISA Out X and VISA Move Out X, when writing to the destination. The default is Data/Privileged (0). Details
Register Based Settings:Source Increment Count Specifies the number of elements by which to increment the source address on block move operations. Valid values include 0 and 1. The default is 1. If this property is set to 0, VISA Move In X operations always read from the same element, essentially treating the source as a FIFO register. Details
General Settings:Model Name Returns the model name of the device. Details
General Settings:Model Code Returns the device model code assigned by the manufacturer. For VXI resources, this refers to the VXI Model Code. For PXI resources, if the subsystem PCI Vendor ID is nonzero, this refers to the subsystem Device ID. Otherwise, this refers to the Device ID. For USB resources, this refers to the Product ID (PID). Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Device Class Returns the class to which the VXI or VME device belongs. Details
GPIB Settings:Primary Address Returns the primary address of the GPIB device used by the given session. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Destination Byte Order Specifies the byte order to use in high-level access operations, such as VISA Out X and VISA Move Out X, when writing to the destination. The default is Big Endian (0). Details
Register Based Settings:Window Base Address Returns the base interface address to which this window maps. If the Window Access property is Not Mapped, the value of this property is meaningless. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Supported VXI Trigger Lines Returns which VXI trigger lines this implementation supports. This property returns a bit vector with bits 0-9 corresponding to TTL0 through ECL1. Details
Register Based Settings:Window Access Returns whether the current session has a mapped window, and if so, whether the window allows direct pointer dereferences. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Memory Size Returns the size of memory requested by the device in VXI memory space. Details
General Settings:Allow DMA Transfers Specifies whether I/O accesses should attempt to use DMA (TRUE) or Programmed I/O (FALSE). In some implementations, this property may have global effects even though it is documented as a local property. This behavior affects performance and not functionality. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Logical Address Returns the logical address of the VXI device. Details
General Settings:Manufacturer Name Returns the name of the manufacturer that created the device. Details
General Settings:Manufacturer Identification Returns the ID of the manufacturer that created the device. For VXI resources, this refers to the VXI Manufacturer ID. For PXI resources, if the subsystem PCI Vendor ID is nonzero, this refers to the subsystem Vendor ID. Otherwise, this refers to the Vendor ID. For USB resources, this refers to the Vendor ID (VID). Details
General Settings:Trigger Identifier Specifies which trigger mechanism to use. In VXI systems, for example, you can choose between software triggers and hardware triggers on a specific trigger line. The default is Software. Details
Register Based Settings:Destination Increment Count Specifies the number of elements by which to increment the destination address on block move operations. Valid values include 0 and 1. The default is 1. If this property is set to 0, VISA Move Out X operations always read from the same element, essentially treating the destination as a FIFO register. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Immediate Servant Returns whether the VXI device is an immediate servant of the local controller. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Source Access Privilege Specifies the address modifier to use in high-level access operations, such as VISA In X and VISA Move In X, when reading from the source. The default is Data/Privileged (0). Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Memory Address Space Returns the VXI address space used by the device. Details
VXI/VME Settings:Window Byte Order Specifies the byte order to use in low-level access operations, such as VISA Map Address, VISA Peek X, and VISA Poke X, when accessing the mapped window. The default is Big Endian (0). Details
Register Based Settings:Window Size Returns the size of the region mapped to this window. If the Window Access property is Not Mapped, the value of this property is meaningless. Details

 

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