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Which of the following are provided within LabVIEW?

 

NOTE:  Multiple answers may apply.

 

a) LLB Manager

b) Domain Account Manager

c) Remote Panel Connection Manager

d) Remote System Manager

e) Bookmark Manager

f) Breakpoint Manager

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Hello Comrades in Coding

I hope all your wires are straight and true.

I have come back from Austin with a list of things to write about and come back from my vacation with an urge to purge my things to do list.

So in the spirit of full disclosure here's my current list of things to write about, with a brief synopsis.

 

Diary of a week in the life of....

I thought it might be interesting to scribble down my working week, perhaps we can compare and contrast.

Management Attitudes to LabVIEW

I've been witness to various instances where ill-equipped engineers are thrown at a project and not monitored in any way... explores why this is so.

People - Getting them to work together

Starting to think about team-based software development and how it may work out, the issues and egos etc etc.

Controversial thoughts on reuse

I have reached a conclusion (for SSDC) about re-use and how the dynamic is somewhat different if the speed of development is high.

Informal paths to software process

What are the easiest routes to a decent process, also will discuss process design techniques.

Open Source System Reference Designs

This is my big idea of the moment (it seems as if I'm the only one as usual).

Multi-Developer Teams - Subcontractor Method

I briefly touched on this in my presentation, I'll expand the idea.

Mindworks

Constructionism (learning theory)

The problem with software is people!

ranty rant rant rant, I love people really.

Requirement Zero

I've touched on this, will expand and add jokes and examples

Hire a Consultant or Not?

Recent events have pushed this up my list, some dos and don'ts

 

A few of these will involve more work than the usual 20 minute brain-dump so it may go quiet.

 

Are there any you would like me to do? If so the comments are the place to vote.

 

I can also do requests (stop writing stupid blogs on LabVIEW for example)

 

Much Love

Steve

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Good morning everyone, please find below the agenda for the Sheffield LabVIEW User Group.

If you haven't yet registered your place at the event visit this link - http://www.austinconsultants.co.uk/sheffield-labview-user-group/

 

 

Agenda


14:00 - Welcome & Introduction

Round table introductions

 

Presentations:


14:15 - National Instruments Product Updates - Mark Whiteley, NI
14:45 - Displaying text on oscilloscope using myRIO FPGA and Arduino Uno - Petru Tarabuta, Austin Consultants.
15:15 - Review of NI Week - Chris Jones, NI
15:45 - Break
16:00
- AMRC Building Tour
16:30 - Open Questions & Feedback
17:00 - Finish

 

Tea and coffee will be provided throughout the event.

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

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I had the chance of co-teaching a LabVIEW Core 1 course and we were trying to make up analogies to real life. Since it is kind of summer (hence BBQ season) in Germany, this is what we came up with.

 

Arrays consist of elements of the same type, so think of them as resizable crates of beer being filled with bottles.

ArrayCitra.png

 

Clusters consist of elements of different type, so think of them as a collection of equipment need for a BBQ.

 

Cluster.png

 

Now, use Typedefs to specify to your friends, what your personal implementation of BBQ equipment looks like.

This prevents misunderstandings: if some of your friends do not like meat, by looking at the typedef they can see, that equipment to BBQ is available, but no vegetables. So this is what they need to bring.

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Guten Morgen User Group,

 

wie Ihr wisst findet in zwei Wochen am 14.09.2016 unser 9. Treffen statt.

Bitte vergesst nicht euch unter http://www.prones.de/aktuelles/artikel?id=168 anzumelden. Nur so können wir das Treffen optimal vorbereiten.

 

Ich freue mich euch mitteilen zu können, dass einen weiterer spannender Vortrag stattfinden wird. Philipp Nörtersheuser wird zum Thema Objektorientierung mit LabVIEW vortragen.

 

Agenda:

  • Begrüßung
  • Vortrag: "Steuerung von Bosch Rexroth Antrieben mit cRIO via CoE"
  • Vortrag: "Einsatz des Arduino bei einer Machbarkeitsanalyse"
  • Vortrag: "Einführung in die Objektorientierung mit LabVIEW"
  • Get Together


Termin: 14. September

Thema: Bring your own device

Ort:

Bosch Rexroth AG

Siemensstr. 1, 70736 Fellbach

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Which of the following is/are a description of the functionality provided by the Event Inspector Window?

 

NOTE:  Multiple answers may apply.

 

a) Use the Event Inspector Window to view a record of all user Front Panel interaction

b) Use the Event Inspector Window to view active VIs containing Event structures with registered events

c) Use the Event Inspector Window to view event data for all events waiting in event queues

d) Use the Event Inspector Window to view a log of the event data handled for events

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Control Micro Systems, Inc. has introduced a new, interpolated multi axis platform to accommodate high-power fiber and CO2 laser sources for high-volume welding, cutting or marking/engraving applications.

 

 

The standard 5-axis system integrates a 1000 x 600mm XY-axis stage, 150mm Z-axis stage and optional rotary beam delivery and/or part motion for small and large format workpieces. Additional work height can be gained with the adjustable height work surface. Available focus/delivery optics configurations include fixed focus assemblies with coaxial assist gas capability for maximum power density and galvanometer scanning heads for maximum beam motion speed within the process envelope. Delivery optics may also include through-the-optics vision for high-accuracy process positioning.

The five-axis platform has been used in the aerospace components industry for precision stainless steel welding of airborne sensors, plastic welding within the automotive industry and the high-end appliance industry for precision laser marking of stainless steel control panels.

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What is Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

 

Data Flow 24_08_2016.png

 

Data Flow 24_08_2016.JPG

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Am I correct that the SHC68-C68-D4 has 32 micro-coax that are 50 ohms?

They are connected as:

DIO0: 65    shield: 66

DIO1: 31    shield: 32

DIO2: 63    shield: 62

DIO3: 29    shield: 28

DIO4: 61    shield: 62

DIO5: 27    shield: 28

DIO6: 59    shield: 58

DIO7: 25    shield: 24

DIO8: 57    shield: 58

DIO9: 23    shield: 24

DIO10: 55    shield: 56

DIO11: 21    shield: 22

DIO12: 53    shield: 54

DIO13: 19    shield: 20

DIO14: 51    shield: 52

DIO15: 17    shield: 18

DIO16: 49    shield: 50

DIO17: 15    shield: 16

DIO18: 47    shield: 48

DIO19: 13    shield: 14

DIO20: 45    shield: 46

DIO21: 11    shield: 12

DIO22: 43    shield: 44

DIO23: 9     shield: 10

DIO24: 41    shield: 42

DIO25: 7     shield: 8

DIO26: 39    shield: 40

DIO27: 5     shield: 6

DIO28: 37    shield: 38

DIO29: 3     shield: 4

DIO30: 35    shield: 36

DIO31: 1     shield: 2

 

What type of cabling do the other pins have ?

Are there twisted pairs on pins 26, 30, 33, 60, 64, and 67 ?

Thanks,

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Consider the VI shown below.  The Event Structure has only the single case shown.  The Control 'stop' has two states, TRUE Boolean Controls Latch ON State.pngand FALSEBoolean Controls Latch OFF State.pngand the initial value of FALSE.

 

Boolean Controls Latch #3.png

 

The user runs the VI and performs a single left mouse click and release on the 'stop' control.  Which of the following might the Mechanical Action of the 'stop' control be set to for 'stop' to automatically return to FALSE following the left click and release.

 

NOTE: Mutilple answers may apply.

 

a) Switch While Pressed

b) Switch While Released

c) Switch Until Released

d) Latch While Pressed

e) Latch While Released

f) Latch Until Released

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Dear All

I am trying to build a standalone application on myrio which is contaccted with tablet through wifi. I made share varible to send data from my RIO to the tablet. program work will when I put my computer on sleep mode, it work well. when I tried to disconnected USB cable, data sent to tablet stop

what is the problem

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Consider the VI shown below.  The Event Structure has only the single case shown.  The Control 'stop' has two states, TRUE Boolean Controls Latch ON State.pngand FALSEBoolean Controls Latch OFF State.pngand the initial value of FALSE.

 

Boolean Controls Latch #2.png

 

The user runs the VI and performs a single left mouse click and release on the 'stop' control.  Which of the following might the Mechanical Action of the 'stop' control be set to for 'stop' to automatically return to FALSE following the left click and release.

 

NOTE: Mutilple answers may apply.

 

a) Switch While Pressed

b) Switch While Released

c) Switch Until Released

d) Latch While Pressed

e) Latch While Released

f) Latch Until Released

4

Consider the VI shown below.  The Event Structure has only the single case shown.  The Control 'stop' has two states, TRUE Boolean Controls Latch ON State.pngand FALSEBoolean Controls Latch OFF State.pngand the initial value of FALSE.

 

Boolean Controls Latch.png

 

The user runs the VI and performs a single left mouse click and release on the 'stop' control.  Which of the following might the Mechanical Action of the 'stop' control be set to for 'stop' to automatically return to FALSE following the left click and release.

 

NOTE: Mutilple answers may apply.

 

a) Switch While Pressed

b) Switch While Released

c) Switch Until Released

d) Latch While Pressed

e) Latch While Released

f) Latch Until Released

3

It has been suggested (thanks David) that a CLAD Coding Challenge (maybe weekly or twice monthly) might be a nice addition to The Daily CLAD.   I am imaging that I or a guest would post a set of requirements, similar but simpler than the LabVIEW Coding Challenges you see at NI Week, and people can comment with snippets of their solutions.  I think it is a great idea that will likely generate some good discussion, allow people to see how others approach problems and also the various benefits of one solution over another. 

 

Before going full steaming ahead though I thought I would open it up to the floor and see what others think?

 

Steve

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dear frd,

i have the task for to coontrol the many boolean control at one time .if i press only one boolean button at one it give a some data show option ...anyone plzzz hlep me