Config Node VI for the NI WSN-3202 Node

LabVIEW Wireless Sensor Network Module Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 372802E-01

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Owning Palette: Configuration & Communication VIs

Requires: LabVIEW WSN Module

Configures the WSN node.
ParameterDescription
Sample Interval ModeSpecifies whether the host computer for the WSN network or the VI on the WSN node controls the rate at which samples are taken. The default value is VI Driven.

Possible inputs are:

  • Host Driven—Specifies that the host computer for the WSN network controls the sample interval.
  • VI Driven—Specifies that the VI on the WSN node controls the sample interval.
Sample Interval Sets or returns the interval in seconds at which the sample case is executed.

Default is 5.

The new value is immediately applied.
Flash.SectorSizeReturns the size of the user memory sector.
Flash.NumberofSectorsReturns the number of user memory sectors available.
Maximum Debug Message SizeReturns the maximum allowable size of debug messages. If you send a debug message that exceeds the maximum size, the message is truncated to the maximum size.
Maximum User Message SizeReturns the maximum allowable size of user messages. If you send a user message that exceeds the maximum size, the message is truncated to the maximum size.
Memory.Current Heap UsageReturns the amount of heap memory currently allocated for the application.

The heap memory is located in RAM. An application running on a WSN node uses the heap memory to store strings, arrays, and clusters. The application uses statically allocated RAM to store numeric values. Right-click the build specification for the application in the Project Explorer window and select Application Information from the shortcut menu to view how much static memory is allocated for the application.
Memory.Maximum Heap UsageReturns the maximum amount of heap memory that the application has allocated.

The heap memory is located in RAM. An application running on a WSN node uses the heap memory to store strings, arrays, and clusters. The application uses statically allocated RAM to store numeric values. Right-click the build specification for the application in the Project Explorer window and select Application Information from the shortcut menu to view how much static memory is allocated for the application.
Memory.Available HeapReturns the amount of free heap memory.

The heap memory is located in RAM. An application running on a WSN node uses the heap memory to store strings, arrays, and clusters. The application uses statically allocated RAM to store numeric values. Right-click the build specification for the application in the Project Explorer window and select Application Information from the shortcut menu to view how much static memory is allocated for the application.
Memory.Total HeapReturns the size of heap memory.

The heap memory is located in RAM. An application running on a WSN node uses the heap memory to store strings, arrays, and clusters. The application uses statically allocated RAM to store numeric values. Right-click the build specification for the application in the Project Explorer window and select Application Information from the shortcut menu to view how much static memory is allocated for the application.
Memory.Current Stack UsageReturns the amount of stack memory currently allocated to the application.

The stack memory is located in RAM. Stack memory stores the parameters and local variables of subVIs. If an application uses more stack memory than is available, the application might crash.
Memory.Maximum Stack UsageReturns the maximum amount of stack memory that the application has used.

The stack memory is located in RAM. Stack memory stores the parameters and local variables of subVIs. If an application uses more stack memory than is available, the application might crash.
Memory.Available StackReturns the amount of free stack memory.

The stack memory is located in RAM. Stack memory stores the parameters and local variables of subVIs. If an application uses more stack memory than is available, the application might crash.
Memory.Total StackReturns the size of stack memory.

The stack memory is located in RAM. Stack memory stores the parameters and local variables of subVIs. If an application uses more stack memory than is available, the application might crash.

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