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Six such ready-to-run examples are provided by National Instruments in the driver. LabVIEW itself is a graphical development environment for creating flexible and scalable labviea, measurement, and control applications rapidly and at minimal cost.
Though all of these examples are abilent to serve as a starting point for the creation of a custom application, they may be used without modification to immediately control the Agilent A.
It displays the acquired data on a front panel indicator not pictured.
Setting up the hardware to ahilent these high rates, resolutions, and channel counts has never been easier or quicker. Instrument drivers simplify control and reduce test program development time by eliminating the need to learn the unique programming and communication protocol for the instrument. Because creating crisp graphical user interfaces in LabVIEW is easy, we could have also chosen to visualize the data in a chart or graph.
The NI CompactDAQ platform is an excellent hardware option to consider when adding to or creating a user-defined, PC-based data logging or bench top automated test system.
However when the voltages around 4. In Figure 3, we show the block diagram of a sample application created with these VIs. If you are looking for an easy way to increase the speed, sensor support, and channel count of your test and measurement system then you may want consider qgilent NI CompactDAQ hardware to your setup.
Then, with the example running, the user can toggle any LED in the array to open or close a matrix cross point on the A module.
This document introduces the instrument llabview and also discusses an alternative hardware option to the A that can add speed and sensor compatibility to your PC-based measurement system, depending on your application.
When you wish to extend the capabilities of the examples, or wish to start a new custom application, the set of LabVIEW functions installed with the instrument driver provide all the building blocks you will need.
The most straightforward way to take advantage of the LabVIEW instrument driver is to run the example programs, which require only basic agilen configuration.
Sample code created with instrument driver functions.
Unlike other programming environments, all programming in LabVIEW is done graphically through intuitive flowchart-style coding and functional blocks. Back to Top 2.
A significant advantage of customizing your LabVIEW application is that it enables you to combine the unique functions of the instrument driver with the standard functions built-in to LabVIEW. For resources that outline the fundamentals of this industry-standard development environment, please refer to the links at the end of this section.
We have used three voltage measurement configurations proposed by you at http: As outlined above, using the A with a LabVIEW instrument driver creates a useful PC-based virtual instrumentation system for acquiring, analyzing, and presenting test data. NI CompactDAQ combines USB device detection, built-in signal conditioning, direct sensor and signal connectivity, hot-swappable modules, and automatic module configuration to make a simple, complete, cost-effective data acquisition system all in one small platform.
Instead of telling me how to use the agilent tool which I have oneit explains why I should buy something else. Use the instrument driver VIs to define your custom application. LabVIEW is an industry-standard graphical programming environment that can be used to quickly and easily acquire, analyze, and present data from the A.
To run this example, the user first sets the GPIB or serial communication parameters. Thousands of instrument drivers, including the driver for the Agilent A, are available for free download from ni.
I would like to here your recommendation about this subject. Please try again, only this time explain how to use Labview with the Agilent instrument.