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NI WSN Starter Kit

Includes everything you need to evaluate NI wireless sensor networks and LabVIEW.

Are you developing a wireless application?

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WSN IO Variable (IOV) API

 

NI WSN gateways use the shared variable engine to publish analog and digital data from its WSN nodes to the network. This API will allow users to return analog and digital I/O data in bulk from a NI WSN without having to use network shared variables on the block diagram.

 

Wi-Fi DAQ Web Configuration Utility

 

This utility installs a web server on your NI WLS-9xxx or ENET-9xxx DAQ device from which you can manage your device and network settings without MAX or drivers installed.

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WSN Example Code

Take a look at some of these LabVIEW examples for NI Wireless Sensor Networks:

 

Pass WSN Node Data through dual port cRIO - useful when adding wireless measurements to an existing CompactRIO system.  Just plug a WSN gateway into the second Ethernet port.

 

WSN Link Quality Logger - Determine the best locations for WSN nodes by logging their link quality in various places.

 

WSN I/O Variable (IOV) API - This API will allow users to return analog and digital I/O data in bulk from a NI WSN without having to use network shared variables on the block diagram.

 

WSN Demo:  Endurance Tester - This Event-based WSN example illustrates several features of the platform, including programmatic node detection and usage of the Digital I/O lines to perform applications in which you want to log data and check for pass/fail events.

 

Simple Digital Counter - Use the LabVIEW WSN Module to perform counting

 

Achieve faster analog sample rates with LV WSN - Use the LabVIEW WSN Module to sample upwards of 190Hz on a single channel.

 

Programmatic DIO and running average - Use the LabVIEW to perform some basic analysis and averaging on the node, in addition to DIO.

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May 20, 2015 Huawei launches 10KB LiteOS to power the internet of things | The Verge
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is preparing to launch an operating system for the internet of things that’s just 10 kilobytes in size. The company says that its “LiteOS” is the “lightest” software of its kind and can be used...
May 20, 2015 CAP-XX Launches 0.6mm Thinline Supercapacitors for Designing Wearable, Ultra-Portable and Connected IoT Devices
CAP-XX, developer of flat supercapacitors for burst and back-up power in space-constrained electronic devices, today launched its Thinline series of single-cell supercapacitors. The world’s thinnest at 0.6mm thick, and with prices starting at less...
May 14, 2015 Weightless-N Open Standard Released
The Weightless SIG announced the publication of version 1.0 of the new Weightless-N open standard based on a low power wide area star network architecture. Operating in sub-GHz spectrum using ultra narrow band (UNB) technology, Weightless-N offers best...

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