|LabVIEW 2016 FPGA Module Help|
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|LabVIEW 2018 FPGA Module Help|
|LabVIEW 2019 FPGA Module Help|
|LabVIEW 2020 FPGA Module Help|
If you want to access an I/O resource on an FPGA target, you first must create an FPGA I/O item in the Project Explorer window. You then can use the FPGA I/O item in an FPGA I/O Node on the block diagram of an FPGA VI. You must create the FPGA I/O item under the FPGA target in the Project Explorer window.
|Tip Many FPGA targets support the FPGA Project Wizard, which you can use to quickly create I/O for a target.|
If you add a C Series module to the Project Explorer window, LabVIEW automatically adds all FPGA I/O items to the project. If you add a component-level IP (CLIP) item to the Project Explorer window, LabVIEW automatically adds all I/O items associated with the CLIP to the project.
Complete the following steps to create a new FPGA I/O item.
|Tip You can select multiple resources by pressing the <Ctrl> key and clicking additional resources. You also can select an entire group of I/O resources by clicking the top-level I/O type or folder, if available.|
You also can create FPGA I/O items from the FPGA I/O Node on the block diagram. Right-click the FPGA I/O Node and select Add New FPGA I/O from the shortcut menu to display the New FPGA I/O dialog box. Complete steps 4 through 7 above to add new FPGA I/O items to the FPGA target in the Project Explorer window.
|Note I/O associated with component-level IP (CLIP) appears in the Project Explorer window when you add a CLIP item to the project.|