As part of the National Instruments Instrument Control Fundamentals Series, this set of tutorials helps you learn about a specific instrument control topic through theory explanations and practical examples.
What You Learn
IEEE 1394, or i.Link, is a high-performance serial bus originally developed by Apple Computer. It has been used for instrument control although its popularity has decreased in recent years. This set of tutorials and concept documents provides information on how to easily set up and control your IEEE 1394 instrument to build your test system.
To view the complete list of in-depth instrument control tutorials, please return to the Instrument Control Fundamentals main page.
|FireWire (IEEE 1394) Overview
This application note discusses the impact of IEEE 1394 on computer-based measurement and automation as well as how to leverage this hardware bus in your test system.
Acquiring from Firewire Cameras Using NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394
This document explains how to use IEEE 1394 cameras with NI products.
FireWire is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.