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Experiment #3 LabVIEW Exercise
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Objectives Show the components of LabVIEW Introduce LabVIEW programming tools Creating a LabVIEW application
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Data Acquisition Data acquisition (DAQ) basics Connecting Signals Simple DAQ application Computer DAQ Device Terminal Block Cable Sensors
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Hardware Connections BNC-2120 SC-2075 SCB-68
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LabVIEW Programs Are Called Virtual Instruments (VIs) Front Panel Controls = Inputs Indicators = Outputs Block Diagram Accompanying “program” for front panel Components “wired” together
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Boolean Control Double Indicator Panel Toolbar VI Front Panel Waveform Graph
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Numeric Constant Thermometer Terminal Call to subVI While Loop Knob Terminal Stop Button Terminal Stop Loop Terminal Temperature Graph VI Block Diagram
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Controls and Functions Palettes Controls Palette (Front Panel Window) Functions Palette (Block Diagram Window)
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Floating Palette Used to operate and modify front panel and block diagram objects.
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