Error 200863 occurred at DAQmsBase

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Hello all,

The NI-DAQmx Base 3.4 software contains Lab VIEW and C Application Programming Interfaces (API) that allows creating applications for devices. It is provided by national instruments that can be accessed at www.ni.com.

The error "NI-DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock is only supported for the hardware-timed single point timing type" example mode are those that obtain or create a continuous hardware timing that doesn't buffer.

I am programming a module, which is used on our production system of molded particles. I have checked all the syntax and else, but still unable to figure out the actual thing that is causing problem. I am not able to share code as it is proprietary, so kindly if somebody has some knowledge please tell me.

Error is

DAQmsBase error

Error-200863 occurred at DAQmx Base wait for Next Sample Clock is not supported by the given device for tasks containing channels of the given type or timing type. DAQmx wait for Next Sample Clock is only supported for the hardware timed single point timing type.

Possible reasons(s):

Measurements: DAQmx Wait for Next Sample Clock is not supported by the given device for tasks containing channels of the given type or timing type. DAQmx wait for Next Sample Clock is only supported for the hardware timed single point timing type.

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Error 200863 occurred at DAQmsBase

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Hello JayRon,

 

Please check the hardware (DAQ) you are using for the hardware timed single point sample mode of operation.  Samples are generated or acquired continuously by/to the PC using the hardware in hardware-timed single point sample mode. The connection Speed is extremely important in this mode of operation. The USB devices cannot support this mode of operation. Only PCI/PXI boards support this mode of operation. So if you are using a USB based DAQ, please change it to a PCI based one and the problem will be solved. There may not be a code issue as the NI directly supplies the API.

 

Cheers,

Bonnie.

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