Comenzando con LabView (Ingles)

Solapas principales

Getting Started with LabVIEW Virtual Instruments Building a Virtual Instrument 1-1 Opening a New VI from a Template 1-2 Adding a Control to the Front Panel1-4 Changing the Signal Type 1-5 Wiring Objects on the Block Diagram 1-7 Running the VI 1-8 Modifying the Signal1-9 Displaying Two Signals on the Graph1-11 Customizing the Knob1-12 Customizing the Waveform Graph1-14 Summary1-16 New Dialog Box and VI Templates 1-16 Front Panel1-16 Property Dialog Boxes 1-16 Block Diagram1-17 Express VIs1-17 Chapter 2 Analyzing and Saving a Signal Building a VI from a Template2-1 Opening a New VI from a Template 2-2 Modifying the Block Diagram2-3 Modifying the Front Panel2-4 Analyzing the Amplitude of a Signal 2-5 Adding a Warning Light2-6 Setting the Warning Level Limit2-7 Warning the User2-8 Configuring the VI to Save Data to a File2-9 Saving Data to a File 2-9 Adding a Button that Stores Data when Pressed2-10 Saving Data when Prompted by a User2-10 Summary2-13 LabVIEW Help Resources 2-13Contents Getting Started with LabVIEW vi nicom Controls and Indicators 2-13 Saving Data 2-14 Errors and Broken Wires 2-14 Chapter 3 Expanding the Features of a VI Building a VI from a Blank Template 3-1 Opening a Blank VI 3-2 Adding an Express VI that Simulates a Signal 3-2 Modifying the Signal 3-3 Customizing the Front Panel 3-4 Configuring the VI to Run Continuously Until the User Stops It 3-5 Controlling the Speed of Execution 3-6 Using a Table to Display Data 3-7 Summary3-9 Using the LabVIEW Help Resources 3-9 Customizing the Block Diagram Code 3-9 Creating Controls and Indicators 3-9 Controlling When a VI Stops Running 3-10 Displaying Data in a Table 3-10 Chapter 4 Acquiring Data and Communicating with Instruments Acquiring a Signal 4-1 Creating an NI-DAQmx Task 4-2 Testing the Task 4-4 Graphing Data from a DAQ Device 4-4 Editing an NI-DAQmx Task 4-5 Visually Comparing Two Voltage Readings 4-6 Communicating with an Instrument 4-6 Selecting an Instrument 4-6 Acquiring and Parsing Information for an Instrument 4-7 Summary4-8 DAQ Assistant Express VI 4-8 Tasks 4-8 Instrument I/O Assistant Express VI 4-9Contents © National Instruments Corporation vii Getting Started with LabVIEW Chapter 5 Using Other LabVIEW Features NI Example Finder5-1 All Controls and Indicators5-1 All VIs and Functions 5-2 VIs 5-3 Functions 5-3 Data Types 5-4 Dynamic Data Type5-4 Converting from Dynamic Data5-4 Converting to Dynamic Data 5-5 When to Use Other LabVIEW Features 5-6




Añadir nuevo comentario

Plain text

  • No se permiten etiquetas HTML.
  • Las direcciones de las páginas web y las de correo se convierten en enlaces automáticamente.
  • Saltos automáticos de líneas y de párrafos.
Pin It