lab7engr111 - TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY ENGR 111B:...

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ENGR 111B: Foundations of Electrical & Computer Engineering Lab 7: LabVIEW Introduction Team Members: Andrew Zeller Paul Boriack Section Number: 818 Team Number: 7 Written By: Hank Walker Based on NI labs
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REPORT: to be uploaded to elearning REQUIREMENTS Each report must include the following: a. Answers to the questions posed in the lab assignment (listed below). b. Copies of the programs you wrote (copy and paste from Block Diagram into Word file). c. Explanation of the program operation. Questions to Answer for Section 1 Part A: 1. What happens when the wheels are rotated backwards? a. It produces a negative program count, or in opposite direction 2. Approximately what rotation count value equals one entire revolution of the wheel? (What numerical value does the rotation sensor display on the graph after one revolution?) a. 360 3. Does the number reset to zero when a whole rotation is complete? a.
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2011 for the course ENGR 1111 taught by Professor Multiple during the Spring '11 term at Texas A&M.

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