Jump to content


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 09/20/2022 in Posts

  1. Hello! For a company conference I'm arranging a LabVIEW quiz like the TV-show Family Feud and I would very much appreciate your help to gather response material. If you haven't seen the show, this is how it works in short: Before the show, 100 people are asked a bunch of questions, like "Name a fruit" The 100 people might then have answered: Apple: 43 Orange: 22 Pineapple: 21 Banana: 14 On the show the team then have to guess what people answered. If they guess "Apple", they get 43 points etc. I'm now looking for 100 people (or as many as I can find ) and have made a Google forms with 12 questions. The idea is not to think long and hard about the answers but write the first thing you think of and it might take about 3-5 minutes to answer all of them. If you would take some time to answer the questions I would very much appreciate it! https://forms.gle/QAnjTETdGGoXkyA79 If anyone is interested I can share the results later on. Thank you in advance!
    5 points
  2. Performance public service announcement. Benchmark is included below for those who want to validate this discovery. "Type Cast" works by flattening the type to string and then unflattening. In this case, it doesn't recognize the special case of the byte array already being a string, but the Byte Array To String node does recognize that equivalence, so doing this eliminates a significant part of the type cast effort. This has been reported to NI as a possibility for future optimization. array-typecast-benchmark.vi
    1 point
  3. 1 point
  4. This project may be interesting. It talks directly the Omron proprietary FINS protocol: https://github.com/jmor2000/LV-OMRON-FINS No OPC, no special Ethernet/IP function block or whatever needed on the Omron PLC. While the Omron FINS protocol is proprietary it is actually openly documented by Omron: https://www.myomron.com/downloads/1.Manuals/Networks/W227E12_FINS_Commands_Reference_Manual.pdf
    1 point
  5. I was working with a PXI-8840 dual-core, so slightly different than OP's, but we were successful in replacing the RAM using off the shelf parts just this past week. The original 4GB stick it came with was this: https://www.crucial.com/memory/ddr3/ct51264bf160bj We just bought the exact same model*, with instead 8gb: https://www.crucial.com/memory/ddr3/ct102464bf160b There wasn't any issues installing it, or being recognized.
    1 point
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.