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Labview Driver for VME Based processor Card

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Helo Every one,

 

                     I am using Labview 2010 . Through DAQ Assistant we can communicate with NI based Boards but how to communicate with    

                     other than NI Cards ,I have a VME based Processor Card and i need to communicate with Lab View.

 

Thanks and Regards,

S.Naseer

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They are providing drivers for VME in both linux and windows but specifically is there any drivers for the communication with Labview????  Actually I need to Log the Data in lab View GUI recieved from VME bus

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If their drivers are in the form of DLLs then you can use an external code node to call them. That usually works pretty well.

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Ok  Thank You Very Much.............. :)   I am new to Lab View can you tell me briefly about how to use external code node..........if you dont mind................. :book:

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The node you want to use is the Call Library Function Node.  If you look up DLLs in the Find Examples utilty (accessed via the help menu) you will get some examples.

 

The LV2012 help file can be found at http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361J-01/glang/call_library_function/.  It should also be installed with your LabVIEW installation.

 

This page tells how to configure it:  http://zone.ni.com/reference/fr-XX/help/371361J-0114/lvexcodeconcepts/configuring_the_clf_node/

 

There is also more information on ni.com.  You can search there as well.

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