LabView Training



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Objective of the Course:
      • Understand front panels, block diagrams, icons, and connector panes
      • Create user interfaces with charts, graphs and buttons
      • Use the programming structures and data types that exist in LabVIEW
      • Use various editing and debugging techniques
      • Create and save VIs for use as subVIs
      • Display and log data
      • Create applications that use data acquisition (DAQ) devices
      • Create applications that use GPIB and serial port instruments
      • Use the state machine design pattern in your applications
Navigating LabVIEW:
      • Introducing LabVIEW Environment
      • Comparison With Text Based Programming
      • Creating and using LabVIEW projects
      • Parts of VI-Front Panel-Block Diagram-Icon And Connector Panel-Controls Pallete-Functions Pallete- Documentation of VIs
Creating First Application:
      • Indicators-Controls- wiring the controls and indicators- building VIs- run modesdata
      • Types in labVIEW- development of GUIs- labVIEW help
      • Searching controls, VIs and functions- implementing a VI- basic arithmatics in labVIEW
      • Understanding the dataflow programming model of LabVIEW
      • Recognizing different data types
      • Tools for developing, cleaning and organizing your VIs
      • Using Express VIs to build a basic VI
Troubleshooting and Debugging VIs
      • Correcting broken VIs
      • Implementing error checking and error handling
      • Using common debugging techniques
      • Addressing undefined or unexpected data
Using Loops, Creating and Leveraging Structures:
      • Data type- Case structures-Arithmetic functions- Expression node- Formula node-Compound arithmetic-Comparison pallete
      • Boolean palle Property node- loops in labVIEW - FOR loop- WHILE loop-feedback loop shift register
      • Arrays -Various functions of arrays-strings- various functions of strings-clusters -various functions of clusters
Modularity (SubVIs)
      • Basics of modular programming
      • Techniques for creating subVIs in labVIEW
      • Connecting icon and connector pane- using subVIs in other programs
      • Sequence structures - flat sequence structures- stacked sequence structures
      • Using a VI as a subVI
      • Creating subVIs from an existing VI
Accessing Files in LabVIEW
      • High-level and low level file I/O functions available in LabVIEW
      • Implementing File I/O functions to read and write data to files
      • File I/Os -writing data in to files- reading data in to files
      • Waveform generation and analysis -generation of various types of waveforms-signal analysis
Core 2
Objective of the Course:
      • Use local variables to modify front panel controls or stop parallel loops
      • Apply common design patterns that use queues and events
      • Programmatically control user interface objects
      • Evaluate file I/O formats and use them in applications
      • Modify existing code for improved usability
      • Prepare, build, debug, and deploy stand-alone applications
    • Data acquisition using LabVIEW- digital i/o- analog i/o- reading data from real world- writing data to real world Communicating Data Between Parallel Loops
    • Implementing Design Patterns
    • Creating and Distributing Applications