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This file contains important information about Calibration Executive, including installation instructions, new features, and known issues.
Calibration Executive 4.6 is a patch for Calibration Executive 4.0. Calibration Executive 4.0 or later must be installed on your system prior to upgrading to Calibration Executive 4.5.1. Refer to the Calibration Executive 4.0 readme for details about that installation.
Calibration Executive provides product calibration support on Windows 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. Note that Windows 32-bit and 64-bit support is dependent upon device driver support. Refer to the Windows Support topic in the Calibration Executive Help for information about exceptions.
Calibration Executive 4.6 does not support legacy procedures that require the NI Traditional DAQ driver. Calibration support for these devices is available using Calibration Executive for Traditional DAQ Version 3.5.2.
Calibration Executive has the following requirements:
- Pentium 4/M processor or equivalent
- 4 GB of RAM
- 1024 x 768 pixels screen resolution
- The user must have administrator privileges
Supported Operating Systems
Calibration Executive supports the following operating systems (64-bit operating system is recommended):
- Windows 10
- Windows 8.11
- Windows 7 SP12
Note Support for Windows 32-bit operating systems may require disabling physical address extension (PAE). To learn how this might affect your system and what actions you might need to take, visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code PAESupport.
1 NI software installs VC2015 Runtime and .NET 4.6.2. Windows 8.1 requires Microsoft updates to support these items. Refer to Microsoft KB2919442 and KB2919355 for more information about how to install these updates.
2 NI software is signed with a SHA-256 certificate. Windows 7 SP1 requires Microsoft updates to support SHA-256. Refer to Microsoft KB3033929 for more information about how to install this security update.
Calibration Executive 4.0 Drops Support for Microsoft Windows 7 RTM and Windows XP
With this release, Calibration Executive drops support for Microsoft Windows 7 RTM (with no service pack) and Windows XP. Calibration Executive 4.0 and later will not install or run on an unsupported OS. Additionally, after installing Calibration Executive 4.0, you cannot use any installers built on this computer with any version of LabVIEW, LabWindows™/CVI™, NI TestStand™, or Measurement Studio on an unsupported OS.
For more information about the changes to our OS support for 2017, refer to KB 79UC78LS, Why Does My NI ADE Installer Fail on Windows XP/Vista and Windows Server 2003?.
Product Security and Critical Updates
Visit ni.com/security to view and subscribe to receive security notifications about NI products. Visit ni.com/critical-updates for information about critical updates from NI.
The following driver versions3 are required for Calibration Executive 4.6. Download drivers from http://www.ni.com/downloads/ and install manually.
- NI-Sync 17.0
- NI-RFSA 17.1.2 (Includes NI-RFSG 17.1.2)
- NI-568x 17.0
- NI-FGEN 18.1
- NI-DAQmx 17.6
- NI-SCOPE 18.6
- NI-Digital 18.0 (only required for the PXIe-6571)
Note Upgrading to NI-Digital 18.0 is supported only on 64-bit Operating Systems. If you require PXIe-6571 support on a 32-bit OS, you must first uninstall the NI-Digital 16.0 Runtime Engine and Calibration Executive. Next, install the NI-Digital 18.0 Runtime Engine, and then reinstall Calibration Executive 4.0 followed by the Calibration Executive 4.6 patch.
3 New versions of the NI-DAQmx, NI-Scope, and NI-Digital drivers are required since the release of Calibration Executive 4.5.1. NI-Sync, NI-RFSA, NI-568s, and NI-FGEN drivers have been updated since the release of Calibration Executive 4.0.
The following instruments require specific drivers that are not installed by Calibration Executive. To install these drivers, you must download them directly from the manufacturer's website; you can find links to the third party instrument drivers at ni.com/idnet. The driver versions listed are those tested during development; later versions might be available and should be compatible.
- The Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z power meter requires the following tool kit and drivers from rohde-schwarz.com:
- NRP-Toolkit 4.16
- NRP-NI-VISA Passport 2.7.1
- NRP-Z VXI Plug & Play x86 Driver 184.108.40.206
- The Rohde & Schwarz SMA100A signal generator requires the VXIplug&play x86 driver rssma version 2.21.0 from rohde-schwarz.com.
- The Tektronix CSA8000 oscilloscope requires the Tektronix tktds8k LabVIEW Driver 3.0 from tek.com.
- The Tektronix DSA8300 oscilloscope requires the Tektronix tkdsa83xx LabVIEW Driver 220.127.116.11. Download 'DSA8300 Oscilloscope Firmware for Windows 7 - V18.104.22.168' or later from tek.com and install the PnP Driver.
Note This release does not include an NI-VNA driver. To run the PXI-5691 and PXIe-5632 procedures, download NI-VNA 16.0 and install the driver manually after you install Calibration Executive.
New Features, Procedures, and Behavior Changes
The Behavior Changes sections below list the procedures that have been modified since the Calibration Executive 4.0 major release, organized by release versions. Refer to an individual procedure's About Procedure section for details about the changes.
Calibration Executive 4.6
The Calibration Executive 4.6 patch release changes the following:
- New Product Support
|NI 9207||NI 9208||NI 9209||NI 9210 with mini-TC|
4 Supported PXIe-5668 models now include the 14 GHz variant (80 MHz, 200 MHz, and 765 MHz bandwidths) and the 26.5 GHz variant (80 MHz bandwidth).
- Behavior Changes
|B/E/M/S/X Series Procedure (60xx/61xx/62xx/63xx)||PXIe-4154||PCI-5122|
|PXIe-5668 (26.5 GHz, 200 MHz & 765 MHz bandwidths)||PXIe-5840||PXIe-6738|
|PXIe-6739||NI 9207 (with DSUB)||NI 9212||NI 9361|
Note The cDAQ-9172 chassis is not supported in NI-DAQmx 17.6 and later. Therefore, cDAQ-9172 is no longer supported in Calibration Executive beginning with version 4.6. Refer to Devices and Modules No Longer Supported in NI-DAQmx 17.6 and Later for information about devices and modules no longer supported in NI-DAQmx.
Calibration Executive 4.5.1
The Calibration Executive 4.5.1 patch release changes the following:
- Behavior Changes
|NI 9216||NI 9226||PXIe-5450||PXIe-5451|
Calibration Executive 4.5
The Calibration Executive 4.5 patch release changes the following:
- New Features
- Create custom report types for calibration certificates.
- Edit DUT Notes and Calibration Due Date report attributes.
- Two- and three-year license subscriptions.
- New Product Support
|NI 9218||PXI-6683||PXI-6683H||PXIe-5185 (1 MΩ)|
|PXIe-5186 (1 MΩ)||PXIe-5413||PXIe-5423||PXIe-5433|
- Behavior Changes
|PXIe-5160||PXIe-5162||PXIe-5185 (50 Ω)||PXIe-5186 (50 Ω)||PXIe-5442|
Calibration Executive 4.2.1
The Calibration Executive 4.2.1 patch release changes the following:
- Behavior Changes
Calibration Executive 4.2
The Calibration Executive 4.2 minor release changed the following:
- New Features
- Automated instrument support for the Tektronix DSA8300 for the PXIe-6555/6556 procedure
- New Product Support
|NI 9250||NI 9251|
- Behavior Changes
|NI 5650||NI 5651||NI 5652||PXIe-5663/E||PXIe-5673E|
Calibration Executive 4.1.1
The Calibration Executive 4.1.1 patch release changes the following:
- Behavior Changes
Calibration Executive 4.1
The Calibration Executive 4.1 minor release changed the following:
- New Features
- Measurement uncertainty reporting
- Single setup for multiple sequential runs of a specific device type
- Device under test (DUT) tracking number caching and lookup
- Additional USB instrument standard detection
- Operator-controlled variable device and system warm-up
- Setup-configured conditional adjust support
- New Product Support
|PXIe-4080 (90 day)||PXIe-4081 (90 day)||PXIe-4082 (90 day)|
|NI 9246||NI 9247||VB-8034|
- Behavior Changes
|PXIe-4080 (2 yr)||PXIe-4081 (2 yr)||PXIe-4082 (2 yr)||PXIe-4138||PXIe-4139|
|RM-4339||PXIe-4464||PXIe-5160 (2 CH)||PXIe-5160 (4 CH)||PXIe-5162 (2 CH)|
|PXIe-5162 (4 CH)||PXIe-5673||PXIe-5673E (3.3 GHz)||PXIe-5673E (6.6 GHz)||PXIe-5644R|
|PXIe-5645R||PXIe-5646R||PXIe-5665 (3.6 GHz)||PXIe-5665 (14 GHz)||PXIe-6570|
Calibration Executive 4.0.2
The Calibration Executive 4.0.2 patch release changed the following:
- Behavior Changes
- The VST procedures have been updated to fix a compatibility issue for the latest Part Number variants.
Calibration Executive 4.0.1
The Calibration Executive 4.0.1 patch release changed the following:
- Behavior Changes
|PXIe-4136||PXIe-4137||PXIe-4138||PXIe-4139||PXIe-5162 (4 CH)|
|NI VB-8012||NI 9207 with DSUB||NI 9208 with DSUB||NI 9209 with DSUB|
Note The Verify & AdjustRun Mode option was removed from the PXIe-5645R procedure in Calibration Executive 4.0 due to Windows system memory limitations. Instead, run Verify Only, Adjust Only, and Verify Only, and then merge reports to meet any Verify, Adjust, Re-verify requirements.
This section describes known issues with Calibration Executive.
- Calibration Executive is not compatible with operating systems that use wide characters, e.g. Japanese, Chinese. Do not install Calibration Executive on this type of operating system.
- Calibration Executive only works on systems that use a period (.) for the decimal place of floating point numbers. If your system uses a comma (,) for the decimal place, you must change your system's configuration by completing the following steps:
- Select Start»Settings»Control Panel.
- Click Regional Options.
- Click the Numbers tab and change the Decimal Symbol from a comma (,) to a period (.). Change the Digit Grouping Symbol from (.) to (,).
- This table provides details on known issues that are being researched. The ID provided can be used to track the status of the issues.
|643618||Report generator can crash on large files in PDF format.|
|665119||Report generator can crash when compiling a large file in Microsoft Word and Excel formats.|
|677002||Some procedures require a PXI-4070, PXI-4071, or PXI-4072 DMM as an instrument standard; running these using a PXIe-4080, PXIe-4081, or PXIe-4082 DMM causes errors. For more information and a list of procedures, refer to the Calibration Executive Help topic DMM Instrument Standard Considerations.|
|677937||PXIe-5840 self-calibration runs out of memory on 32-bit operating systems. Refer to the Self-Calibration Memory Issue on 32-bit Operating System section in the PXIe-5840 procedure help for further details.|
|698835||The PXIe-5413/5423/5433 calibration procedure is unable to automatically update the external calibration date after a successful adjustment. Instead, use Measurement & Automation Explorer to modify the external calibration date manually.|
Accessing the Help
Refer to the Calibration Executive Help, accessible from Help»Calibration Executive Help, for information about Calibration Executive.
Automating the Installation of NI Products
You can automate the installation of most NI products using command-line arguments to suppress some or all of the installer user interface and dialog boxes. However, starting with the August 2012 releases (products using NI Installers version 3.1 or later), you may need to perform additional steps before or during a silent installation of NI software.
If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.0, the .NET installer may run before any NI software installs and may require a reboot before the installation of NI software begins. To avoid a .NET reboot, install .NET 4.0 separately before you install NI software.
For more information about automating the installation of NI products, refer to the following KnowledgeBase articles:
- For more information about silent installations of individual NI products, refer to KB 4CJDP38M, Customize and Automate Installation of a Single Installer.
- For more information about silent installations of NI products in a suite, such as NI Developer Suite, refer to KB 4GGGDQH0, Customize and Automate Installation of a Suited Installer.
- To determine what version of NI Installers your product contains, refer to KB 4CJDR18M, Determine Type and Version of My National Instruments Installer.
Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
Microsoft Windows 10 is the latest version of the Windows operating system and features significant changes compared to previous versions. Windows 10 introduces several new capabilities and also combines features from both Windows 7 and Windows 8. For more information about NI support for Windows 10, visit ni.com/windows10.
Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.1
When you install NI software on Microsoft Windows 8.1, you will notice a few additional tiles in the Apps view, including shortcuts to NI application software products such as NI LabVIEW, Measurement & Automation Explorer (NI MAX), and NI Launcher. For more information about NI support for Windows 8.1, visit ni.com/windows8.
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