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Introduction to Data Acquisition with LabView

ISBN-10: 0073385875
ISBN-13: 9780073385877
Edition: 2nd 2013
Authors: Robert King
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Book details

List price: $73.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 3/1/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 7.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

King'sIntroduction to Data Acquisition teaches students how to measure physical properties with a computer based instrumentation system. It uses numerous examples and the National Instruments LabVIEW graphical programming environment to lower the barriers to learning and reduce the time required to successfully perform automated measurements. LabVIEW is a powerful graphical programming environment that abstracts tedious low-level interface, syntax, and formatting tasks allowing users to focus on higher level goals and accomplish more.

Preface
Introduction
Outline
The Audience for This Book
Introduction to Measurements and Errors
Overview of the Data Acquisition Process
Graphical Programming with LabVIEW
Summary
Exercises
The LabVIEW Environment
Introduction
Outline
The Circle Area Program
Conventions Used in the Text
Launching LabVIEW
Developing the User Interface on the Front Panel
The LabVIEW Cursor and Tools Palette
Develop Code on the Block Diagram
Documentation
Comparing LabVIEW with a C Text-Based Program
Simplified Interactions Between the Graphical Program and the Computer
Introduction to Data Types
Simple Calculations
Arithmetic in LabVIEW
Data Flow
Block Diagram Cleanup
Debugging
LabVIEW Help
Units
Summary
Exercises
Data Acquisition
Introduction
Outline
The Temperature Measurement Program
BNC-2120 DAQ Accessory
Additional Features of the BNC-2120
Measurement & Automation Explorer
DAQ Assistant Express VI
Measurement-Type Configuration
Channel Configuration
DAQ Task Configuration
Digitizing Resolution
Terminal Configuration
Ground Loops
Temperature Measurement VI Completion
NI myDAQ
NI myDAQ Temperature Measurement VI
Thermistor Signal Units Conversion
Dynamic Data Type
Modifying the DAQ Assistant Configuration
DAQ Assistant Express VI Connection Diagram
Code Developed by the DAQ Assistant
Selecting a DAQ Device for Analog Input
Summary
Exercises
Basic DAQ Software Design and Flow Control
Introduction
Outline
Continuous Temperature Measurement
Implementing User Preferences
Algorithms, Pseudo Code, and Flowcharts
Case Structure
The Broken Run Arrow
Default Values of Controls
Data Types
While Loop
Explicit Execution Timing
Software Control Timing
Point-by-Point Continuous Measurement with NI myDAQ
Property and Invoke Nodes
Export Chart Data
Event Structure
Summary
Exercises
Hierarchical Programming and State Machines
Introduction
Outline
Program Architectures
Temperature Measurement State Machine
Enumerated Types
State Machine Template and Type Def.
Shift Registers
Block Diagram Development
Style
Modular Programming with Sub VIs
Icon Editing
Connector Pane and Terminals
Block Diagram Development with a Sub VI
The LabVIEW Project
Icons or Expandable Nodes
Sequence Structure
Summary
Exercises
Working with Data
Introduction
Outline
Arrays
The Array Control
For Loop
Loop Tunnel Indexing
Formula Node
Graphs and Charts
Special Characters
Array Functions
Multidimensional Arrays
Coercion
Statistical Analysis
Histogram
Climate Simulation State Machine
Clusters
Matrices
Picture Control and Indicator
Summary
Exercises
Input and Output
Introduction
Outline
File I/O
Error Handling
Disk Streaming
DAQmx Vis
Instrument Communications
Instrument Drivers
Formatting and Building Command Strings
Instrument I/O Assistant Express VI
Client/Server Architecture
TCP/IP
UDP
Network Shared Variables
Network Streams
Remote Communication with a Web Browser
Application in Mobile Robotics
Summary
Exercises
High-Frequency DAQ
Introduction
Outline
DAQmx Continuous Acquire and Graph with Internal Clock
Sampling Rate
Frequency Domain
Multiple Loops
Variables
Mechanical Action of Booleans
Problems with Variables
Producer Consumer Design Pattern and Queues
Signal Conditioning for Simple Sound Measurement
DC Blocking and Zero-Referencing the Signal
Amplifying the Microphone Signal
Application in Music
Summary
Exercises
Summary
Introduction
Outline
Plan the Application
Front Panel
Initialize and Configure
Acquire
Analyze and Display
Save
Close Resources
Exercises
References
Credits
Index

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