WinDaq Add-on ID
Menu Name Appeared under WinDaq->View->Add-ons
Why not just use the digital plot option in WinDaq?
- DigitalPlot supports more digital input channels
- DI-720 series can have up to 16
inputs under most configurations: eight from its standard Digital
the extra eight are from
- DigitalPlot supports digital rising/falling edge trigger mode
that works like a logic analyzer.
- Up to 200000 Hz sample rate can be achieved on DI-720USB, or
180000 Hz on DI-720Ethernet
- DigitalPlot provides more commonly-seen digital waveforms.
- Bit assignment
- Bit 0...7: Aux 0...7
- Bit 8..15: Digital Input 0..7
The standard digital input is the the one on the left side of the
front-panel, and the Aux Input port is the one on the right side of the front-panel
below. Please exercise the
same care like the standard digital inputs when using the Aux Inputs.
- Aux 0 at pin 25 (Also called Remote Event flag)
- Aux 1 at pin 6 (Also called Remote Storage control)
- Aux 2 at pin 24
- Aux 3 at pin 5
- Aux 4 at pin 20
- Aux 5 at pin 2
- Aux 6 at pin 21
- Aux 7 at pin 29
digital channel must be enabled in WinDaq to use this add-on.
Uncheck the bits in BitMask to exclude them from the
plotting. For example, if DI-149 is used, only 4 digital
inputs from Bit 8 to 11 are available.
Four charting modes
Trigger +: Trigger on rising edge, both the trigger
channel and trigger length can be modified.
Trigger -: Trigger on falling edge, both the trigger
channel and trigger length can be modified
To modify the trigger
channel and trigger length
Check "HiRes" if you are running HiRes
(16-bit) WinDaq. If this setting is not setup accordingly,
and Bit1 may not reflect the real state of the Aux Input 0 and
Once the waveform is stopped, one can activate a cursor to
examine the data
The location and dimension of the add-on are retainable.
Bonus for users with paid registration
Please also see
Digital Input and Aux
Last update: 02/28/22