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By Shuvankar Das
I want to connect My ccd camera with labview. The details of my system is given bellow. I cannot connect it please help OS: WINDOWS 7, 64bit LabView Run-Time 2013(64-bit) NI-IMAQ 4.8 NI-IMAQdx 4.3 Camera: QICAM Monochrome Cooled (QIC-F-M-12-C) Model QICAM Resolution 1392 x 1040 Sensor 1/2" Sony ICX205 progressive-scan interline CCD Pixel Size 4.65 x 4.65µm Cooling Type Peltier thermoelectric cooling to 25˚C below ambient Digital Output 12 bit Video Output FireWire (IEEE 1394b) Max. Frame Rate 10 fps full resolution @ 12 bits Pixel Scan 20, 10, 5, 2.5MHz Mount Type C-mount optical format
Wondering how many people have tried the new vipm.io site. We have added a ton of features to make it easy to Discover LabVIEW Tools and there are some cool ones coming soon.
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By David Akinpelu
I am implementing a TCP connection between MyRio(client) and Python(server). The goal is to send data from the server to the client, perform some calculations, and send the result to the server. I need to keep changing the data being sent to the client. I noticed the first data works fine and the result returned to the server, but the client could not read subsequent data. I debugged and was able to detect that the error is coming from the first read function is the "Reading values subvi" but I don't know how to correct it. How do I go about it?
I have attached the files below.
Reading Unknown Bytes from TCP.vi Second_client.vi SimpleServer.py
View File Threshold Hysteresis v1.0 LV8.6.1
The Threshold Hysteresis VI allows an input (for example, a sensor) to drift out of an inner limit without generating an invalid flag, but if it drifts outside an outer limit it then becomes invalid. For the reverse, when the input crosses back into the outer limit it remains invalid until the value falls inside the inner limit.
For simplicity, only one input parameter is provided for both the inner & outer limits, and is negated for the lower limit, as generally tolerance limits are equidistant from the nominal.
Submitter Deon Submitted 11/10/2014 Category General LabVIEW Version License Type