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1 Physics 434 Module 1 Reminder about the computers: You can save VI’s on the local disk. put them on the desktop put them into My Documents\your_name (But beware: no backup, no protection) Or just use catalyst for temporary storage! Review of last week – some important LV lessons Controls, indicators, while (and for) loops Right-click! (I’m a Mac user so I always forget this.) You’ll also start picking up shortcuts, e.g., Tool options: auto, menu, or tab Cntrl-b (remove bad wires, with care) Cntrl-z (undo) Shift-right-click: bring up the tool menu Physics 434 Module1A
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The next two weeks Introduction to DC I/O capability of the PCI-E board and use of the break-out box ± 10 V out, up to 8 measurement channels, also ± 10 V. Wire a simple circuit on a breadboard Layout guidelines Oscilloscope, DVM auxiliary tools 2 Physics 434 Module1A
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The “voltage divider” circuit. The single most important circuit. 3 dac0 ach0 ach1 Physics 434 Module1A R1 = 100 R2 = 200
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4 Properties of the “DAQ” board up to 16 input channels, multiplexed to a 12-bit ADC (we use four, configured as two differential)
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