LabWindows/CVI 2013 Sneak Peek
The LabWindows™/CVI team is excited for our next release in August. LabWindows/CVI 2013 features include a new standardized, optimizing compiler and Open Multi-Processing (OpenMP) parallel programming API to help you improve application performance without significantly rewriting code. The release culminates years of backend development from our dedicated staff. Get ahead and discover the OpenMP standard today.
• Read more about OpenMP
• Make sure your Standard Service Program membership is up to date
Programmer Poll: Do You Use Measurement Studio?
The NI Measurement Studio suite of engineering libraries and UI controls for Visual Studio developers has been sold alongside LabWindows/CVI in the past to serve the joint C and C# programmer.
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Product Updates and Case Study
New High-Density PXI Programmable Power Supplies
The NI PXIe-4112 and NI PXIe-4113 general-purpose programmable power supplies save rack space and offer the highest power density available in PXI. These modules feature two 60 W power supply channels in a single PXI Express slot.
The NI-DCPower driver installs a fully integrated LabWindows/CVI API and 13 example programs to demonstrate timing, synchronization, and variable channel configurations.
• Explore Power Supply Options
Learn How LabWindows/CVI Helps Cut Aircraft HMI Costs
Developers at Marcheggiani in Italy have created a human machine interface (HMI) for a light aircraft cockpit that integrates a multitude of third-party hardware and software. The team contended with a variety of buses and protocols in addition to time and cost pressure. They relied on LabWindows/CVI hardware APIs, analysis libraries, and built-in UI controls to meet their customer’s requests.
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• Submit your own LabWindows/CVI application today
LabWindows/CVI Tips and Tricks
Hidden Features in the LabWindows/CVI IDE
Discover a few lesser-known features submitted by LabWindows/CVI users to improve your workflow.
• See instructions in the LabWindows/CVI Community
Power Supply and Precision Source Fundamentals
Review common definitions, applications, and power supply fundamentals such as load considerations and line and load regulation.
• View in-depth tutorials
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