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#1 silogarrett

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 09:54 AM

Hi Guru,

When I start my system from a power-down state, I alway get the following error:

Channel Error Timing = 1.00, Offset = 0.00: D0050:00:0016 LabJack Device #0 error: Request made on pin not properly configured for analog/digital.

I have three LabJack channels. They are set up this way:

Channel BoxTemp, Device type Labjack, D# 0, I/O Type A to D, Chn# 0, Timing 1.00, Offset 0.00.
Channel CabTemp, Device type Labjack, D# 0, I/O Type A to D, Chn# 141, Timing 1.00, Offset 0.00.
Channel Encoder, Device type Labjack, D# 0, I/O Type Counter, Chn# 0, Timing 1.00, Offset 0.00.

Can you tell me what the issue might be?

THANK YOU!

Mike

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 10:00 AM

The first time around, the counter isn't configured so it throws an error. Then your sequence that configures the counter kicks in at sets it right. From then on you don't get an error. There isn't a simple way around this. I'd just ignore the error.

#3 silogarrett

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 10:32 AM

Yes, that's exactly what happens.

Thanks for taking a look. Great support.

Mike