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Worldwide Technical Support and Product Information. National Instruments Corporate Headquarters, 11500 North Mopac Expressway Austin Texas 78759 3504 USA Tel 512 794 0100. Worldwide Offices, Australia 03 9879 5166 Austria 0662 45 79 90 0 Belgium 02 757 00 20 Brazil 011 284 5011 Canada Calgary 403 274 9391. Canada Ontario 905 785 0085 Canada Qu bec 514 694 8521 China 0755 3904939 Denmark 45 76 26 00. Finland 09 725 725 11 France 01 48 14 24 24 Greece 30 1 42 96 427 Germany 089 741 31 30 Hong Kong 2645 3186. India 91805275406 Israel 03 6120092 Italy 02 413091 Japan 03 5472 2970 Korea 02 596 7456 Mexico D F 5 280 7625. Mexico Monterrey 8 357 7695 Netherlands 0348 433466 New Zealand 09 914 0488 Norway 32 27 73 00. Poland 0 22 528 94 06 Portugal 351 1 726 9011 Singapore 2265886 Spain 91 640 0085 Sweden 08 587 895 00. Switzerland 056 200 51 51 Taiwan 02 2528 7227 United Kingdom 01635 523545. Student Guide,A About This Manual SG 1,B What You Need to Get Started SG 3. C Installing the Course Software SG 4,D Course Goals and Non Goals SG 5. E Course Map SG 6,F Course Conventions SG 7,Introduction to LabVIEW.
A LabVIEW 1 2,B Virtual Instruments 1 3,C LabVIEW Environment 1 6. D LabVIEW Help Options 1 18,Summary Tips and Tricks 1 22. Creating Editing and Debugging a VI,A Creating a VI 2 2. B Editing Techniques 2 11,C Debugging Techniques 2 20. Summary Tips and Tricks 2 25,Additional Exercises 2 29.
Creating a SubVI,A SubVIs 3 2,B Icon and Connector Pane 3 3. C Using SubVIs 3 9,D Creating a SubVI from Sections of a VI 3 16. Summary Tips and Tricks 3 17,Additional Exercise 3 18. National Instruments Corporation iii LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual. Loops and Charts,A While Loops 4 2,B Waveform Charts 4 4. C Shift Registers 4 17,D For Loop 4 26,Summary Tips and Tricks 4 29.
Additional Exercises 4 30,Arrays Graphs and Clusters. A Arrays 5 2,B Creating Arrays with Loops 5 5,C Array Functions 5 7. D Polymorphism 5 10,E Graphs 5 13,F Clusters 5 30,G Cluster Functions 5 36. Summary Tips and Tricks 5 45,Additional Exercises 5 47. Case and Sequence Structures,A Case Structure 6 2,B Sequence Structure 6 11.
C Formula Node 6 16,D Replacing Sequence Structures 6 20. Summary Tips and Tricks 6 22,Additional Exercises 6 23. Strings and File I O,A Strings 7 2,B String Functions 7 4. C File I O 7 11,D Formatting Spreadsheet Strings 7 21. E High Level File VIs 7 26,Summary Tips and Tricks 7 36.
Additional Exercises 7 37,LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual iv ni com. Data Acquisition and Waveforms,A Overview and Configuration 8 2. B Data Acquisition VI Organization 8 19,C Performing a Single Analog Input 8 21. D The DAQ Wizards 8 27,E Waveform Analog Input 8 32. F Writing Waveform Data to File 8 36,G Scanning Multiple Analog Input Channels 8 39.
H Analog Output 8 43,I Digital Input and Output 8 47. J Buffered Data Acquisition Optional 8 50,Summary Tips and Tricks 8 56. Additional Exercise 8 57,Instrument Control,A Instrument Control Overview 9 2. B GPIB Communication and Configuration 9 3,C Instrument Driver Overview 9 11. D Using Instrument Driver VIs 9 15,E VISA Overview 9 23.
F Using VISA Functions and VIs 9 26,G Serial Port Communication 9 31. H Waveform Transfers Optional 9 41,Summary Tips and Tricks 9 49. Additional Exercises 9 50,VI Customization,A Customizing VI Properties 10 2. B Creating Pop Up Panels 10 6,C Key Navigation 10 11. D Editing VIs with Difficult VI Setup Options Optional 10 17. E Customizing Palettes Optional 10 21,Summary Tips and Tricks 10 27.
A Additional Information A 2,B ASCII Character Code Equivalents Table A 4. C VI Quick Reference A 7,D Instructor s Notes A 13. National Instruments Corporation v LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual. Student Guide, Thank you for purchasing the LabVIEW Basics I course kit You can begin. developing an application soon after you complete the exercises in this. manual This course manual and the accompanying software are used in the. three day hands on LabVIEW Basics I course You can apply the full. purchase of this course kit towards the corresponding course registration fee. if you register within 90 days of purchasing the kit Visit the Customer. Education section of ni com for online course schedules syllabi training. centers and class registration,A About This Manual. This course manual teaches you how to use LabVIEW to develop test. and measurement data acquisition instrument control datalogging. measurement analysis and report generation applications This course. manual assumes that you are familiar with Windows Macintosh or UNIX. and that you have experience writing algorithms in the form of flowcharts. or block diagrams, The course manual is divided into lessons each covering a topic or a set of.
topics Each lesson consists of the following, An introduction that describes the purpose of the lesson and what you. will learn,A description of the topics in the lesson. A set of exercises to reinforce those topics, A set of additional exercises to complete if time permits. A summary that outlines important concepts and skills taught in the. National Instruments Corporation SG 1 LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual. Student Guide, Several exercises in this manual use one of the following National. Instruments hardware products, A plug in multifunction data acquisition DAQ device connected to a.
DAQ Signal Accessory containing a temperature sensor function. generator and LEDs, A GPIB interface connected to an NI Instrument Simulator. If you do not have this hardware you still can complete most of the. exercises Be sure to use the demo versions of the VIs when you are working. through exercises Exercises that explicitly require hardware are indicated. with an icon shown at left You also can substitute other hardware for those. previously mentioned For example you can use a GPIB instrument in place. of the NI Instrument Simulator or another National Instruments DAQ. device connected to a signal source such as a function generator. Each exercise shows a picture of a finished front panel and block diagram. after you run the VI as shown in the following illustration After each block. diagram picture is a description of each object in the block diagram. 1 Front Panel 2 Block Diagram 3 Comments do not enter these. LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual SG 2 ni com,Student Guide. B What You Need to Get Started, Before you use this course manual make sure you have all of the following. Windows Windows 95 or later installed on your computer Macintosh. Power Macintosh running MacOS 7 6 1 or later UNIX Sun workstation. running Solaris 2 5 or later and XWindows system software an HP 9000. workstation model 700 series HP UX running 10 20 or later or a PC. running Linux kernel 2 0 x or later for the Intel x86 architecture. Windows Multifunction DAQ device configured as Board ID 1 using. Measurement Automation Explorer Macintosh Multifunction DAQ. device in Slot 1, Windows and UNIX GPIB interface Macintosh GPIB interface in Slot 2. NI Instrument Simulator and power supply,DAQ Signal Accessory wires and cable.
LabVIEW Full or Professional Development System 6 0 or later. A serial cable,A GPIB cable, Optional A word processing application such as Windows Notepad. WordPad Macintosh TeachText UNIX Text Editor vi or vuepad. LabVIEW Basics I course disks containing the following files. Filename Description, LV Basics I Directory for saving VIs created during the course. and for doing certain course exercises, basics1 llb VI library containing subVIs used during the course. nidevsim zip Zip file containing the LabVIEW instrument driver. for the NI Instrument Simulator, bas1soln exe Self extracting archive containing the solutions to all. the course exercises, National Instruments Corporation SG 3 LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual.
Student Guide, Note Class exercises that use the Thermometer VI use the Demo Thermometer VI in. the solutions The Demo Thermometer VI is in the basics1 llb. C Installing the Course Software, Complete the following steps to install the LabVIEW Basics I course. 1 Copy the basics1 llb file from course disk 1 to the. labview user lib directory After you start LabVIEW the contents. of this directory are located on the Functions User Libraries palette. 2 Extract the contents of nidevsim zip to the labview instr lib. directory After you start LabVIEW the NI DevSim instrument driver is. located on the Functions Instrument I O Instrument Drivers. 3 Copy the LV Basics I directory to the c exercises directory. 4 Optional Double click bas1soln exe to install the solutions to all. exercises in the c solutions LV BasI Soln directory. 1 Copy the basics1 llb file from course disk 1 to the user lib folder. in the labview directory After you start LabVIEW the contents of this. directory are located on the Functions User Libraries palette. 2 On a Windows computer unzip the contents of the nidevsim zip file. Copy the resulting directory to the labview instrlib directory. After you start LabVIEW the NI DevSim instrument driver is located. on the Functions Instrument I O Instrument Drivers palette. 3 Copy the LV Basics I directory to the exercises folder. 4 Optional On a Windows computer extract the contents of. bas1soln exe and copy them to your hard drive to an appropriate. folder to install the solutions to all exercises,1 Log in as a superuser. 2 Make sure the course disks are not write protected. 3 Mount course disk 1 and copy the basics1 llb file to the. labview user lib directory After you start LabVIEW the. contents of this directory are located on the Functions User Libraries. LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual SG 4 ni com,Student Guide. 4 On a Windows computer unzip the contents of the nidevsim zip file. Copy the resulting directory to the labview instrlib directory. After you start LabVIEW the NI DevSim instrument driver is located. on the Functions Instrument I O Instrument Drivers palette. 5 Copy the LV Basics I directory to the exercises directory. 6 Optional On a Windows computer extract the contents of. bas1soln exe and copy them to your hard drive to an appropriate. directory to install the solutions to all exercises. 7 After you copy the files use the chown command to change the owner. of each file from root to the current user,D Course Goals and Non Goals.
This course prepares you to do the following,Use LabVIEW to create applications. Use various debugging techniques, Understand front panels block diagrams and icons and connector. Use built in VIs and functions,Create and save VIs so you can use them as subVIs. Create applications that use serial port and GPIB instruments. Create applications that use plug in DAQ devices, This course does not describe any of the following. Programming theory,Every built in VI function or object.
The operation of the GPIB bus,The operation of the serial port. Analog to digital A D theory,Developing an instrument driver. Developing a complete application for any student in the class. National Instruments Corporation SG 5 LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual. Student Guide,E Course Map,Introduction to,Creating Editing. and Debugging a VI,Creating a SubVI,Loops and Charts. Arrays Graphs,and Clusters,Case and Sequence,Structures.
Strings and,Data Acquisition Instrument,and Waveforms Control. VI Customization,LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual SG 6 ni com. Student Guide,F Course Conventions, The following conventions appear in this course manual. The symbol leads you through nested menu items and dialog box options. to a final action The sequence File Page Setup Options directs you to pull. down the File menu select the Page Setup item and select Options from. the last dialog box, This icon denotes a tip which alerts you to advisory information. This icon denotes a note which alerts you to important information. This icon indicates that an exercise requires a plug in GPIB interface or. DAQ device, bold Bold text denotes items that you must select or click in the software such as.
menu items and dialog box options Bold text also denotes parameter names. controls and buttons on the front panel dialog boxes sections of dialog. boxes menu names and palette names, italic Italic text denotes variables emphasis a cross reference or an introduction. to a key concept This font also denotes text that is a placeholder for a word. or value that you must supply, monospace Text in this font denotes text or characters that you should enter from the. keyboard sections of code programming examples and syntax examples. This font is also used for the proper names of disk drives paths directories. programs subprograms subroutines device names functions operations. variables filenames and extensions and code excerpts. Platform Text in this font denotes a specific platform and indicates that the text. following it applies only to that platform, right click Macintosh Press Command click to perform the same action as a. right click, National Instruments Corporation SG 7 LabVIEW Basics I Course Manual. Introduction to LabVIEW,This lesson introduces the basics of LabVIEW.
You Will Learn,A What LabVIEW is,B What a virtual instrument VI is. LabVIEW Full or Professional Development System 6 0 or later A serial cable AGPIBcable Optional A word processing application such as Windows Notepad WordPad Macintosh TeachText UNIX Text Editor vi or vuepad LabVIEW Basics I course disks containing the following files Filename Description Disk 1 LV Basics I Directory for saving VIs created during the course and for doing certain

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