The LabWindows™/CVI Core 1 Course prepares you to create applications using LabWindows/CVI. After completing this course, you will be able to create basic solutions using many of the built-in features of LabWindows/CVI. The hands-on format of the course helps you apply skills learned in the course to your applications.
Course Last Release Date or Version Number: 2020
Instructor-led Classroom: Three (3) days
Instructor-led Virtual: Four (4) 5.5-hour sessions
New users and users preparing to develop applications using LabWindows/CVI
Users and technical managers evaluating LabWindows/CVI in purchasing decisions
Users pursuing the Certified LabWindows/CVI Developer (CCVID) certification
Experience with C programming
PCI-6221 or USB-6212 *
*Optional. Course may be completed with simulated HW.
Virtual instructor-led training includes digital course material that is delivered through the NI Learning Center.
NI virtual instructor-led training is delivered through Zoom, and Amazon AppStream/LogMein access is provided to participants to perform the exercises on virtual machines equipped with the latest software.
Develop applications within the LabWindows/CVI environment
Create professional user interfaces
Understand the fundamentals of event-driven programming
Create and use an instrument driver
Develop and distribute stand-alone LabWindows/CVI applications
Configure and use data acquisition within LabWindows/CVI
Control a GPIB and serial instrument
Introduction to LabWindows/CVI
Explore the LabWindows/CVI environment and the tools LabWindows/CVI provides for application development.
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Explore how to create GUIs in the User Interface Editor and event-driven programs using CodeBuilder.
Explore how to use and create instrument drivers in LabWindows/CVI.
Distributing LabWindows/CVI Applications
Create and distribute a release executable and distribution.
Data Acquisition and Signal Generation
Exploring Data Acquisition and Signal Generation.
Exploring GPIB and serial instrument control using LabWindows/CVI.
The mark LabWindows is used under a license from Microsoft Corporation. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.