Source code for nidaqmx.task.channels._di_channel

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from nidaqmx.task.channels._channel import Channel
from nidaqmx.constants import (
    ActiveOrInactiveEdgeSelection, DataTransferActiveTransferMode,
    InputDataTransferCondition, LogicFamily)

[docs] class DIChannel(Channel): """ Represents one or more digital input virtual channels and their properties. """ __slots__ = () def __repr__(self): return f'DIChannel(name={self._name})' @property def di_acquire_on(self): """ :class:`nidaqmx.constants.ActiveOrInactiveEdgeSelection`: Specifies on which edge of the sample clock to acquire samples. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2966) return ActiveOrInactiveEdgeSelection(val) @di_acquire_on.setter def di_acquire_on(self, val): val = val.value self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2966, val) @di_acquire_on.deleter def di_acquire_on(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2966) @property def di_data_xfer_mech(self): """ :class:`nidaqmx.constants.DataTransferActiveTransferMode`: Specifies the data transfer mode for the device. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2263) return DataTransferActiveTransferMode(val) @di_data_xfer_mech.setter def di_data_xfer_mech(self, val): val = val.value self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2263, val) @di_data_xfer_mech.deleter def di_data_xfer_mech(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2263) @property def di_data_xfer_req_cond(self): """ :class:`nidaqmx.constants.InputDataTransferCondition`: Specifies under what condition to transfer data from the onboard memory of the device to the buffer. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2264) return InputDataTransferCondition(val) @di_data_xfer_req_cond.setter def di_data_xfer_req_cond(self, val): val = val.value self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2264, val) @di_data_xfer_req_cond.deleter def di_data_xfer_req_cond(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2264) @property def di_dig_fltr_enable(self): """ bool: Specifies whether to enable the digital filter for the line(s) or port(s). You can enable the filter on a line-by- line basis. You do not have to enable the filter for all lines in a channel. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x21d6) return val @di_dig_fltr_enable.setter def di_dig_fltr_enable(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x21d6, val) @di_dig_fltr_enable.deleter def di_dig_fltr_enable(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x21d6) @property def di_dig_fltr_enable_bus_mode(self): """ bool: Specifies whether to enable bus mode for digital filtering. If you set this property to True, NI-DAQmx treats all lines that use common filtering settings as a bus. If any line in the bus has jitter, all lines in the bus hold state until the entire bus stabilizes, or until 2 times the minimum pulse width elapses. If you set this property to False, NI-DAQmx filters all lines individually. Jitter in one line does not affect other lines. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x2efe) return val @di_dig_fltr_enable_bus_mode.setter def di_dig_fltr_enable_bus_mode(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x2efe, val) @di_dig_fltr_enable_bus_mode.deleter def di_dig_fltr_enable_bus_mode(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2efe) @property def di_dig_fltr_min_pulse_width(self): """ float: Specifies in seconds the minimum pulse width the filter recognizes as a valid high or low state transition. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_double(self._handle, self._name, 0x21d7) return val @di_dig_fltr_min_pulse_width.setter def di_dig_fltr_min_pulse_width(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_double(self._handle, self._name, 0x21d7, val) @di_dig_fltr_min_pulse_width.deleter def di_dig_fltr_min_pulse_width(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x21d7) @property def di_dig_fltr_timebase_rate(self): """ float: Specifies in hertz the rate of the digital filter timebase. NI-DAQmx uses this value to compute settings for the filter. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_double(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed5) return val @di_dig_fltr_timebase_rate.setter def di_dig_fltr_timebase_rate(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_double(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed5, val) @di_dig_fltr_timebase_rate.deleter def di_dig_fltr_timebase_rate(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed5) @property def di_dig_fltr_timebase_src(self): """ str: Specifies the terminal of the signal to use as the timebase of the digital filter. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_string(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed4) return val @di_dig_fltr_timebase_src.setter def di_dig_fltr_timebase_src(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_string(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed4, val) @di_dig_fltr_timebase_src.deleter def di_dig_fltr_timebase_src(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed4) @property def di_dig_sync_enable(self): """ bool: Specifies whether to synchronize recognition of transitions in the signal to the internal timebase of the device. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed6) return val @di_dig_sync_enable.setter def di_dig_sync_enable(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed6, val) @di_dig_sync_enable.deleter def di_dig_sync_enable(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2ed6) @property def di_invert_lines(self): """ bool: Specifies whether to invert the lines in the channel. If you set this property to True, the lines are at high logic when off and at low logic when on. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x793) return val @di_invert_lines.setter def di_invert_lines(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x793, val) @di_invert_lines.deleter def di_invert_lines(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x793) @property def di_logic_family(self): """ :class:`nidaqmx.constants.LogicFamily`: Specifies the logic family to use for acquisition. A logic family corresponds to voltage thresholds that are compatible with a group of voltage standards. Refer to the device documentation for information on the logic high and logic low voltages for these logic families. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x296d) return LogicFamily(val) @di_logic_family.setter def di_logic_family(self, val): val = val.value self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_int32(self._handle, self._name, 0x296d, val) @di_logic_family.deleter def di_logic_family(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x296d) @property def di_mem_map_enable(self): """ bool: Specifies for NI-DAQmx to map hardware registers to the memory space of the application, if possible. Normally, NI- DAQmx maps hardware registers to memory accessible only to the kernel. Mapping the registers to the memory space of the application increases performance. However, if the application accesses the memory space mapped to the registers, it can adversely affect the operation of the device and possibly result in a system crash. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x296a) return val @di_mem_map_enable.setter def di_mem_map_enable(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x296a, val) @di_mem_map_enable.deleter def di_mem_map_enable(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x296a) @property def di_num_lines(self): """ int: Indicates the number of digital lines in the channel. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_uint32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2178) return val @property def di_tristate(self): """ bool: Specifies whether to tristate the lines in the channel. If you set this property to True, NI-DAQmx tristates the lines in the channel. If you set this property to False, NI-DAQmx does not modify the configuration of the lines even if the lines were previously tristated. Set this property to False to read lines in other tasks or to read output-only lines. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x1890) return val @di_tristate.setter def di_tristate(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_bool(self._handle, self._name, 0x1890, val) @di_tristate.deleter def di_tristate(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x1890) @property def di_usb_xfer_req_count(self): """ int: Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous USB transfers used to stream data. Modify this value to affect performance under different combinations of operating system and device. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_uint32(self._handle, self._name, 0x3002) return val @di_usb_xfer_req_count.setter def di_usb_xfer_req_count(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_uint32(self._handle, self._name, 0x3002, val) @di_usb_xfer_req_count.deleter def di_usb_xfer_req_count(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x3002) @property def di_usb_xfer_req_size(self): """ int: Specifies the maximum size of a USB transfer request in bytes. Modify this value to affect performance under different combinations of operating system and device. """ val = self._interpreter.get_chan_attribute_uint32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2a90) return val @di_usb_xfer_req_size.setter def di_usb_xfer_req_size(self, val): self._interpreter.set_chan_attribute_uint32(self._handle, self._name, 0x2a90, val) @di_usb_xfer_req_size.deleter def di_usb_xfer_req_size(self): self._interpreter.reset_chan_attribute(self._handle, self._name, 0x2a90)