Introduction to LabVIEW 8.6 in 3 Hours

Introduction to LabVIEW 8.6 in 3 Hours - Introduction to...

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1 Place Presenter Information Here 3-Hour Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW GRAPHICAL PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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2 Course Goals Become comfortable with the LabVIEW environment and data flow execution Use LabVIEW to solve problems Learn LabVIEW concepts Acquiring, saving and loading data Finding and using math and complex analysis functions Working with data types, such as arrays and clusters Displaying and printing results
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3 The Virtual Instrumentation Approach
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4 LabVIEW Graphical Development System Graphical programming environment Compiles code for multiple OS and devices Useful in a broad range of applications
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5 Virtual Instrumentation Applications Design Signal and image processing Embedded system programming (PC, DSP, FPGA, microcontroller) Simulation and prototyping And more … Control Automatic controls and dynamic systems Mechatronics and robotics And more … Measurements Circuits and electronics Measurements and instrumentation Design Prototy pe Deploy A single graphical development platform
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6 The NI Approach – Integrated Hardware Platforms High- Speed Digitizers High-Resolution Digitizers and DMMs Multifunction Data Acquisition Dynamic Signal Acquisition Digital I/ O Instrumen t Control Counter / Timers Machin e Vision Motio n Contro l Distributed I/O and Embedded Control Laptop PC PD A Desktop PC PXI Modular Instrumentation Signal Conditioning and Switching Unit Under Test
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7 Section I – LabVIEW A. Setting Up Your Hardware Data Acquisition Devices NI-DAQmx Simulated data acquisition Sound card B. What Type of Device Should I Use? Controls Palette Tools Palette C. Components of a LabVIEW Application Creating Custom VIs Dataflow Programming D. Additional Help Context Help Window Tips for Working in LabVIEW
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8 A. Setting Up Your Hardware Data Acquisition Device (DAQ) Actual USB, PCI, or PXI device Configured in Measurement and Automation Explorer (MAX) Simulated Data Acquisition Device (DAQ) Software simulated at the driver level Configured in MAX Sound Card Built into most computers Track A Track B Track C
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9 Do Not Delete Notes on hardware setup
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10 What Type of Device Should Sound Card* NI USB DAQ NI PCI DAQ Instruments* AI Bandwidt h 8 to 44 kS/s 10 kS/s to 1.25 MS/s 20 kS/s to 10 MS/s 100 S/s to 2 GS/s Accuracy 12 to 16 bits 12 to 18 bits 12 to 18 bits 8 to 26 bits Portable - - some AI Channels 2 8 to 80 2 to 80 1 to 80 AO Channels 2 2 to 4 2 to 8 2 to 8 AC or DC AC AC/DC AC/DC AC/DC Triggering - - - Calibrated - - - * The above table may not be representative of all device variations that exist in each category
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11 What is Stands for Measurement & Automation Explorer Configures and organizes all your National Instruments DAQ, PCI/PXI, GPIB, IMAQ, IVI, motion, VISA, and VXI devices Tests devices Icon Found on Windows Desktop
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12 Exercise 1 – Setting Up Your Use Measurement and Automation Explorer (MAX) to: Configure and test your Data Acquisition (DAQ) device Track A
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13 Do Not Delete Exercise Instructions
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