By apoorve kalot
just following a tutorial on YouTube [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko0heNZhRvI], for setting objects in lab-view for simulation, doing the steps as stated. as program executes, the resultant spheres, ( which has been added to the 3D picture object, are very far out zoomed ) , done the following steps to correct it, still no help
1) seen online help of using "shift + drag" to correct it, but it's still no help,
2) changed camera position to : none and auto - redraw, still no help,
since i am new to this, it is request to state the measure to correct the problem and to avoid these problems.
Along with one question : how to add Co-ordinate axises for reference to it, independent of any other objects, [ i.e. the axises shouldn't be affected by rotation, translation or objects ] in 3D picture object
edit : same question is posted as well on : https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/camera-postion-stuck-in-3D-picture-control/m-p/3990030#M1138526
We are looking for alternatives for NI DAQ devices for industrial automation. Since NI has its devices mostly focused on advanced/high speed/high precison data acquisition/processing its prices are inadequate to simple automation tasks.
I would also say that NI PC based daq systems are expensive if need to be distributed systems (found this but still relatively expensive cRIO required).
Just now we need to extend our compactDAQ based system with two DIO modules. We even have free chassis slots for this, but station that needs this IOs is few meters away from PC. How easier would it be if we could use single ethernet cable.. Ofcourse we can add another small cDAQ (what we probably going to do) but this is slightly expensive solution for our customer.
Does anyone have some experience with 3rd party solutions? Any known daq devices vendors? Standalone ethernet daq modules?
Need some verification with daq program.
I have one force sensor that connectd with my usb daq device. with this force sensor, unknown object is connected(hanging) and i want to find the mass of this object (F=ma) so i am taking continous sample and generate waveform graph. After the scaling, my waveform will be in Newton unit.
my question is: if i take RMS of this waveform(1d Array data point) and divide by g (9.8 m/s2) then whatever value come is my correct mass? (F=ma).
Thank you in advance
By A Scottish moose
I noticed an interesting change today that I thought was worth mentioning. I've been using the classic system button for some of my UI's. It's flat and looks clean. Less busy. I noticed today that the graphics for this button are different from one of my PC's to another. My laptop, which is running 2016.0, looks like the original. My desktop which is running 2016.0f2 looks like the 'different' one. Both 2016 but one has no depth graphic and one does. I've dug through the menus folder and it looks like the classic and modern controls are not housed there, which makes sense really since they are probably proprietary. I'd prefer the original look as it matches with the flat Windows 10 style that's in vogue right now. Just something I noticed and thought was worth mentioning.
i have a question in basic understanding of update rate sample rate samples per buffer and cycles per buffer.
i have DAQ 6343 and electronic circuit.
i'm using AO0 for generation sine wave at these frequencies 10Hz, 100Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 3kHz this signal enters to electronic circuit.
and after conversion i must to measure two outputs of this circuit by AI2 and AI3.
from my understanding of tech spec of the daq analog output update rate is 900kS/s and analog input update rate is 500kS/s
as i understand if i have freq = 3kHz the maximum sample rate per buffer is 300 samples
and if i have freq = 10Hz i can generate this signal with 90000 samples per buffer?
for analog input the formula is the same?
that meaning of cycles per buffer?
which sample rate of AI i need to setup to measure data fast and accurately?
thanks for answers