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  1. Hi, I am running into problem using Digilent Toolkit on Labview. The Analog Discovery Pro 5250 has three power supply ports, +6V, +25V and -25V. The toolkit cannot detect the ports, therefore, throwing an error. I know that the toolkit for labview has not been updated since 2016, is there any fixes or workaround for writing labview code for the ADP 5250? Thanks!
  2. How should I query the Power supply voltage and current for the analog Discovery Pro? Using the AnalogIO_AnalogDiscovery2_Power.py example and an voltage setting of 3.3V, I get the following response for functions FDwfAnalogIOChannelNodeStatus USB: 58.537V 0.991A AUX: 66.935V 1.027A This was unexpected since I measured 3.3V at the VIO output on the header. Using the analogIOChanhannelNodeSet and Configure functions I stepped the voltages down to 1.0V in .5V increments succesfully, however the FDwfAnalogIOChannelNodeStatus responses remained constant (same as above).
  3. Good Day Techies, Some background information; I am currently using the SDK and I am running various test before I move forward using this AD2 on a major project. For most of the basic things this device works remarkably. Some questions I would love some insight on: a. What is the maximum amount of Sample Points the Analog Discovery 2 can store/output for a Custom AWG? - Using the API call FDwfAnalogOutNodeDataInfo it returns 4096 Samples as the Max Sample Count. b. Is there any way that this can be increased? c. If this can't be increased, is there a work around that can be used to store/output larger Custom AWG's? d. For major real world applications is this an appropriate device or should one look into the Discovery Pro? Thank you again for all of your assistance.
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