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Indefinite streaming of analog voltage

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#1 physicsguy99

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Posted 20 October 2014 - 12:59 PM

Can the U6 stream a measured voltage indefinitely until it is explicitly told to stop?  I have a modem signal that I want to sample at a rate of something like 19.2 to 38.4 ksps.  I don't want any breaks in the sampling as I might miss an event if there is some dead time.

#2 LabJack Support

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Posted 20 October 2014 - 01:14 PM

Stream mode is designed to give you all data continuously, even at the max sample rate.  Every scan is initiated at exactly the specified interval via hardware-based timing.

If there is some problem, you will get an errorcode or perhaps autorecovery scans, but it is typical to stream all data continuously for a long time at the max sample rate.


The max sample rate on the U6 is 50 ksamples/second, and on the T7 is 100 ksamples/second:



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