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.
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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Wireless Sensor Networks
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.