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ed Arab Emirates University age of Engineering ege of Engineering Requirements Unit shman Lab Report (GENG250) ng 2009-2010 Title: Data Acquisition Using LabVIEW Date: 2010 mber: 52 ber: 5 Comments: Report Sections Mark Title page/Table of Content 2.5% Abstract 10% Introduction 15% Instrumentation and Procedure 20% Results and Discussion 20% Error Analysis 2.5% Conclusions & Recommendations 15% Figures and Tables 10% References 5% Total 100% 1
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Student Names Student IDs Shamma Obaid Alzaabi 200810956 Amna Tarish 200800073 Maryam Alhajri 200810835 Content: Topic Page Number Abstract 3 Introduction 3 Instrumentation and Procedure 4-5 Results and Discussion 5-6 Error Analysis 7 Conclusions & Recommendations 7 2
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Figures and Tables 8-11 References 12 3
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Abstract: LabVIEW (short for Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Engineering Workbench) is a graphical programming environment used by millions of engineers and scientists to develop sophisticated measurement, test, and control systems using intuitive graphical icons and wires that resemble a flowchart. LabVIEW offers unrivaled integration with thousands of hardware devices. Introduction: Labview is a very large program of a virtual laboratory relies on graphical symbols rather than use a programming language specific. In this experiment we use the Labview to configure user interface and link these tools by identifyimg the characteristics and functions to perform the required rasks.. Also we use it to integrate with some hardware devices. 4
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Instruments and procedures: In this experiment we will need to:- 1- Function generator --- create AC voltage signals (square,triangle,sinsodial) 2- Digital Oscilloscope ---display and measure the signal 3- Cables ---connect equipment together so that it can transport the signal from function generating to the oscilloscope. 4- Digital multimeter (DMM) --- measuring the V DC and V AC for the signals. 5- Power supply: controls the voltage and current limit Procedure1: power supply The VI was built (as shown in figure 1). After that, the purpose of each numbered icon was recorded (as shown in table 1.1).Then, used the power supply to have either positive or negative voltage. the VI was used to display both the True and False options of the same case structure. Then the VI was run and the DMM was used to measure the power supply output and ensure it operates properly(as shown in table 1.2).Finally, the negative, neutral and positive terminals of the power supply was connected to the L.E.D. (Light-
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