Building an Analog Input VI in NI-DAQmx

Publish Date: May 04, 2015 | 26 Ratings | 3.81 out of 5 | Print | 7 Customer Reviews | Submit your review

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  1. Overview
  2. Before you Watch
  3. Video

 The National Instruments Getting Started with NI-DAQmx Series is aimed at helping you learn NI-DAQmx programming fundamentals. Through video and text tutorials, this series will take you from verifying your device's operation in Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) to programming data acquisition applications using LabVIEW. It is intended for both the beginner who wants to learn how to use the DAQ Assistant, as well as the experienced user who wishes to take advantage of advanced NI-DAQmx functionality.

1. Overview

This video demonstrates how to create LabVIEW VI which uses the NI DAQ Assistant to acquire a simple analog input signal. This same process can easily be applied to create LabVIEW code that acquires signals from thermocouples, strain gauges, microphones, or any other analog device.

Follow through the video and be sure to check out the examples in the Example Finder by going to Help >> Find Examples.  There are many examples in the Hardware Input and Output >> DAQmx folder.

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2. Before you Watch

Before playing the video be sure to have LabVIEW open to the welcome screen or a blank vi.

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3. Video

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Customer Reviews
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really helpful for beginners  - Oct 19, 2012

  - Aug 20, 2010

Awesome, Thanks.

Very hepful!!!  - Jun 22, 2010

This video helps a lot to the DAQmx beginer to create a basic-multichannel instrument giving him the esential skills to start working. Well done! Franky

Very useful!  - Mar 5, 2010

Nice straightforward discussion  - Sep 24, 2007

Simple walk through of the basics of analog acquisition. Not for the professional programmer.

not enough usefull information  - Jul 30, 2007

The presentation does not give enough useful information about why some things are being done. More details on the different input modes etc would be helpful.

  - Dec 30, 2006

Excellent presentation

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