Chances are, if you're working with LabView then you have their USB-6008 DAQ. It's an I/O module. Its digital outputs are configured as "open drain". That's not uncommitted open drain, though - they're tied high, each via 4.7kΩ to its 5V. Not good for much at that rate and their "knowledge base" reveals a certain lack of electronics comprehension among users.
NI's suggested "fix ya" is a pull-up, but that doesn't hit it for the "ON = 5V" people or those who need capability greater than its paltry own unassisted. They may have reasons for doing this (keeping the electronically uneducated out of big trouble), but, clearly, the device is certainly limited.
There are better solutions, and this is mine: a high-side driver. It requires two components, a resistor and a PNP transistor.
All with the example build atop the 6008, the circuit diagram is shown beside the module in the following picture:
It should be noted that users have to check the "Invert Line" box in the Config tab.
You don't have to limit yourself to the USB 200mA, get an external supply you have the power.