Unfortunately we do not have such a VI, but some recommendations how it could be solved with the existing RS232 VIs:
1) Make sure that the TMCM-610 has at least firmware version 6.35. Perform a firmware update if necessary.
2) Use the latest version of the USB driver. With this driver, the TMCM-610 can also be seen as a COM port (check this in the Windows Device Manager and remenber which COM port it is).
3) With firmware 6.35 or higher, the USB protocol of the TMCM-610 can also be switched to the "normal" nine byte RS232 protocol of TMCL. Do this by sending an SGP 68, 0, 1 command in direct mode to the module. In the current versions of the TMCL-IDE you will have to do this by entering it in the "Manual Instruction Input" section of the direct mode dialogue: enter 9 in the "Instruction" field, 68 in the "type" field, 0 in the "motor" field and 1 in the "value" field. Then click the "Execute" button in the manul instruction input section. This setting will be automatically stored in the EEPROM of the module.
4) Cycle power.
5) You will now no longer be able to communicate with the module using the USB connection mode in the TMCL-IDE. Instead, use "RS232/RS485" and the COM port under which the module can be seen. RS232 baud rate does not matter.
When this works you can control it via the RS232 LabView VIs the same way as the other modules.