Physics 500: Introduction to LabView
Seminar meets: June 5--June 9 2017 (Mon--Fri) 1300--1700. Regener Hall 118 (Astronomy Lab). Class size will be limited to 15 students because of the number of workstations.
Dr. Michael P. Hasselbeck
Office: Physics & Astronomy Rm. 157 Phone: 277-0590 Email: mph--at--unm.edu
Topics covered: Calculations, data types, clusters, arrays, graphs, charts, WHILE loops, FOR loops, case structures, event structures, shift registers, state machines, disk I/O, timing, elementary device interfacing.
Prerequisites: Some programming experience is helpful but not required.
Textbook: None. LabView 2015 is installed on the lab computers.
Credit hours: 1 (CR/NC)
Exercise 1: Numerical operations, Comparison, Case Structure, SubVI
Exercise 2: While Loop, Boolean indicators
Exercise 3: Event Structure, Cluster data, Property Node
Exercise 4: For Loop, Feedback Node, Shift Register
Exercise 5: Boolean mechanical action, Select function, Tab container
Exercise 6: PID control, Charts
Exercise 7: Waveforms, Waveform graphs
Exercise 8: Arrays, Disk I/O, Global variables, XY graph
Exercise 9: Waveform Fourier analysis
Exercise 10: Resource management, error cluster
Exercise 11: Reading from DAQ device
Exercise 12: State Machine
Exercise 13: Parallel loops
Exercise 14: Producer-Consumer
Exercise 15: Producer-Consumer with Event Structure
Exercise 16: Controlling hardware with DAQ device
Click here for the SubVI to be used in Exercise 6.
Click here for the SubVI to be used in Exercise 12.
Click here for the Strict Type Def to be used in Exercise 16.