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  1. Hi Shaun, Superb and thanks. We've done several tests and the results are... 1. Sony Bravia SmartTV - Websocket not supported 2. Samsung SmartTV - Websocket supported!! 3. Samsung Galaxy Tab - Websocket not supported 4. iphone - Websocket supported We've also tested running the LV remote on some of the above platforms (but it is just for monitoring and thus, no LV RTE installation is requred): 1. Samsung Galaxy Tab & SII Smart Phone (Android) - Can load and view the FP 2. iPhone - Fail So, I think these two results works for us Shazlan
  2. Hi Shaun, I am definitely interested. Actually I'm trying to arrange to test this with one of the my client's distributor for Samsung SmartTV but have to wait until we are ready. If you have something ready, I could request for the test date to be earlier. So, do PM me Thank a lot!
  3. Hi Guys, Thank you for the feedbacks. I was told just earlier today that remote panel apparently can run in Android OS, provided that there's no control needed - only monitoring of data. I was given this link: http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/09B82EFACFF958A586256BC800779CB4 and it says that to run remote panel for monitoring only, I don't need to install LabVIEW RTE. I haven't got the chance to test this yet but will surely try this next week on one of Samsung's smartphone/tablet products. What do you guys think? I think I've heard about Websocket a while back but haven't got the ch
  4. Hi Guys, I'm about to start a SCADA-like project where I need to publish some of the results to a few Smart TVs connected to our cRIO via LAN. The current choice now is the ones made by Samsung. I did some research on how to show the results on the Smart TV and believe there are only two possible methods in doing this, which are either using the remote panel, or WebUI. After getting more detail requirements, I think I cannot use WebUI since the GUI provided for WebUI is a bit primitive - there are certain types of customized graph/chart that cannot be done in WebUI. Now, I am left only with r
  5. Hi guys, I've developed very few remote monitoring systems in the past. One of them was using a PXI RT and the rest are cRIO. The approach and architecture were based from some of the things I've read from ni.com and this forum. In the process, there were much difficulties and some extensive troubleshooting exercises that I need to do. The results, while the system work and meet the user's requirements, it didn't meet my own expectation. For instance, I was hoping that the system can be expanded (adding more cRIO or PXI) with much ease and little or no re-programming effort. Anyway, 2-3 years
  6. Hi guys, Yesterday, I was troubleshooting my code for memory leaks. Then, a "Memory is full" dialog box popped up. I clicked OK and tried to save the VI. The same dialog box popped up again but this time, LabVIEW crashed after I clicked OK. As a result, I now could not open my VI - everytime I tried, I got the LabVIEW Load Error Code 1 message (see attached). I tried to open this VI (also attached) from another computer and the result is still the same. Is there any way this file can be recovered? I really hope that there's light to this issue. Thanks. Shazlan Signal Module.vi
  7. I'm using NI's CVS. So, there shouldn't be any driver or imaqdx compatibility issues. I've posted the same question at NI's forum and here are some of the replies I got: http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?board.id=200&message.id=26520&jump=true#M26520 What do you guys think? Unfortunately, I don't have the system with me right now - it's at the site, and am planning to make a visit there to correct the issues next Sunday. I hope to have the answers before leaving there. Lastly, I really appreciate it if somebody here can advice on the concerns that I have. For convenience's sake,
  8. When I am running only one loop (ie. one camera), the application runs perfectly at any frame rate (up to 15 fps). If I run the application with both loops enabled at 3.75 fps, there seems to be no problem. I got the error when I am running both loops at 7.5 fps.
  9. Hi Crelf, Thanks for your reply. Attached is the basic code, which I use that get those errors. Ultimately, the code will have APIs for machine vision inspection, which I am developing under the simulated environments - from image files. Thank you in advance! Shazlan Basic Forum.vi
  10. Dear all, My application involves an inspection system using a CVS-1456 and two cameras DFK41BF02 from Imaging Source. The specs of the cameras are 1280 x 960 pixel, 15 fps max, 1/2" CCD. I'm using LabVIEW 8.6.1 for the program. Initially, in MAX, I've set the video mode for both cameras to be 1280x960 (Mono 8) 3.75fps and the speed of transfer to be 200Mbps for each camera. The program, which was using high-level imaqdx functions, worked fine. Later, I find out that I need both cameras to grab simultaneously at a speed of 7.5fps and thus, changed the settings in MAX accordingly (increased
  11. QUOTE (dblk22vball @ Feb 27 2009, 10:28 PM) Hi, I am working with Hamiza on this. I've written a simple VISA write and read to interface with the device (see attached) but to no avail. The VI either writes character by character to the serial port with 2 ms delay in between or send all characters at once - I honestly am not sure whether it makes any difference or not. You can refer to 3.2.1 as to the command I used to send to the device. In hex it is 1c00 0068 0d. I can't seem to figure out what is 1c in normal character (the manual refers this as FS. What is FS? Free space? Full stop?)
  12. Thanks all for the comments and replies. I've finally replaced the hub and have checked to ensure that it is working. I've tried two connection configurations (please see the attached jpeg). For the first configuration, I've connected my firewire cameras to the hub (which is powered by a DC source) and then, connect the hub to NI's Compact Vision System (CVS). All cables used are 6pin to 6pin firewire cable. Under this configuration, I could see the cameras and everything works fine. However, the problem is with the second configuration (which is the configuration that I want). Instead of u
  13. QUOTE (crelf @ Dec 4 2008, 09:57 AM) I went back to Mac (they sold me the hub) and they confirmed that the hub is faulty. The project is now delayed for two weeks! While thinking on ways to get around this, I've been thinking... I have a Magma 1-slot PCI expansion box. This box was to be connected to a laptop via ExpressCard but I believe the card was damaged a while back (the box is still fine, though). Now, if I were to insert my PCI card inside the expansion box, power it up and use it as a hub. Does anybody know whether this is possible?
  14. QUOTE (Neville D @ Dec 4 2008, 01:50 AM) Thanks. I've installed the camera driver to the computer. If I were to connect the camera straight to the PCI card, I'm able to see the camera in MAX and choose the right driver for the camera in MAX. Driver or not, the main thing is that MAX or the computer sees the camera. However, when I use the hub, the computer sees nothing. As far as power to the camera if using the hub, that I am sure of. Although the laptop's firewire port has only 4-pins, the hub itself is powered from the wall socket using AC/DC adapter. Plus, after I've leave the camera
  15. Hi, I have a desktop with a PCI firewire card installed and a firewire camera connected to one of the port. This setup works fine. However, I recently purchased a new firewire hub from Belkin (http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=193393) to increase the number of firewire ports. The hub is powered externally from a DC source. The problem appears when I make the connection from the camera to the hub and then to the PCI card. The computer does not seem to be able to 'see' the camera - the subtree imaqdx does appear in MAX. I've checked the hub and there's power to it. I
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