Add digital bidirectional channel to device interface
The channel information is available from the DataAcquisition
the channel and returns a channel object.
ch = addbidirectional(___)
adds the channel and also returns the channel index from the DataAcquisition interface. The
channel index reflects only the sequence in which channels are added to the DataAcquisition;
not to be confused with the device channel ID.
idx] = addbidirectional(___)
Add bidirectional digital channels to a DataAcquisition, and use indices to view their settings.
d = daq("ni"); ch1 = addbidirectional(d,"Dev1","port0/line0","Digital"); [ch2,idx2] = addbidirectional(d,"Dev1","port0/line1","Digital"); d.Channels
Index Type Device Channel Measurement Type Range Name _____ _____ ______ _____________ _______________________ _____ __________________ 1 "dio" "Dev1" "port0/line0" "Bidirectional (Input)" "n/a" "Dev1_port0/line0" 2 "dio" "Dev1" "port0/line1" "Bidirectional (Input)" "n/a" "Dev1_port0/line1"
Access one of the channel settings using its index.
deviceID— Device ID
Device ID specified as a character vector or string, as defined by the device
vendor. Obtain the device ID by calling
channelID— Channel ID
Channel ID specified as a numeric value, character vector, or string; often
indicating the physical location of the channel on the device. Supported values are
specific to the vendor and device. You can add multiple channels by specifying the
channel ID as a numeric vector, or an array of character vectors or strings. The
index returned for this channel in the DataAcquisition display
indicates the position of this channel. This channel ID is not the same as channel index
in the DataAcquisition: if you add a channel with ID
2 as the first
channel in a DataAcquisition, the DataAcquisition channel index is
Channel, returned as a
DigitalBidirectionalChannel object with
the following properties as described in Channel Properties:
Device Direction ID MeasurementType Name
idx— Channel index
Channel index returned as a numeric value. With this index, you can access the array
of the DataAcquisition