I would like to ask:
Is it possible to create my own labview driver of a starter kit F283335 Delfino (Texas Instruments)? I read that it is possible with VISA-NI but is it necessary to install and use Instrument Driver Project Wizard (Tools»Instrumentation»Create Instrument Driver Project). Do I have another possibility to create directly a labview driver using the VI of VISA-NI? I have connected F283335 via USB cable and I can view it in MAX-NI as asrl7::instr.
Than I have to use directrly VISA-NI or not. How I can all input/output ports of my device using VISA-NI. Is there any tutorial where I can see the basic principle of work? Is it necessary to recognize the device with MAX NI?
This is an evaluation starter kit with digital and analogue inputs/outputs, DAC, ADC, etc. I would like to see all my pins as I see them when I am using NI FPGA boards. Is it possible to see them and to read the information of the inputs/outputs using VISA-NI? I will check the serial protocol. It is a texas instruments device microcontroler that can be programmed with own software, named Code Composer. All registers and inputs/outputs are accessible and visible using Code Composer but I am not sure if I can access and see them, using VISA-Ni. My task is to make a user oriented application on high level for control the device microcontroler, programmed on low level with Code Composer. I think that using labview it will be easier and faster. The other solution is to create it using matlab or C++.