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  1. Here is the link: USB Acquisitions Model – JaSSC Inc (jassc-inc.com) You will have to contact the company for support and drivers.
  2. Gribo


    When writing arrays directly to Excel, there is a time limit for Excel to write the array to the selected range. If that limit is exceeded, you will get an error. The .NET API provides a more detailed error than the ActiveX API.
  3. It's better than a new icon..
  4. This is the closest thing to a pinout I could find for the PXIe-2525. You will have to check connectivity between the 160 pin connector and the 50 position terminals. NI MAX 2020 doesn't list this board. GUID-04647FDC-4447-45DA-9BB2-4E10EA993437-a5.svg
  5. You will have to convert the OpenCV MAT to LV picture. The MAT object has a ToBitmap method, which can generate a LV compatible bitmap. I attached a VI that uses the EmguCV .NET wrapper.
  6. The next question is what removes measurements from this array? Except the INIT command, there is nothing that reduces its size. Over time, with new measurement names, it will always increase in size.
  7. Can you use a single for loop for the Set function? a pair of parallel loops is always a suspect.
  8. On the wayback machine - http://www.aeroflex.com/downloads/PXI/3010/V2100/3010.zip
  9. I think you might have to run it on an XP machine (or VM).
  10. From the way back machine. I hope it works. 3030.zip
  11. LibreOffice? ActiveX (And the .NET API) should work with Office365.
  12. You can use this .NET Library for Outlook MSG Files – Read & Convert MSG as Text | MSGReader (fileformat.com)
  13. If you have a permanent license of LV, stick to it. The current subscription model is way too expensive for a casual (<2 projects/year) user. NI didn't add any compelling features to LV since adding maps (2019?).
  14. Check OpenStreetMap It shouldn't be too difficult to pull data using their API.
  15. You have to divide this problem into smaller parts: 1. Detect start, top and bottom positions of the potentiometer 2. Calculate distance based on potentiometer position. 4. Calculate speed (distance over time) 5. Detect repeats. 6. LabVIEW has the XY graph control, it can create a bar display.
  16. You will have to calculate what position (# rotations?) each rep generates. For speed, differentiate over time.
  17. Your image source is U8 grayscale, your destination is floating point double. Are you sure this is correct? Also, try using a different image other than one from the stack - pass another NIIMAGE to calibrate_response. I think you are overwriting the 1st image in the stack.
  18. Those who do not learn from the past are bound to repeat it. Too close for comfort.
  19. Hardware acceleration was invented exactly for this use case..
  20. Are you on Windows? If so, the .NET picturebox control is faster than the native LV control for such operations. It also has other nice features, such as double buffering.
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