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Reading data from an arduino or Raspberry Pi to input data to dc power supply which is controlled by LabView

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I want to measure temperature of air with thermocouple and ı gues ı will connect thermocouple to ardunio or Raspberry Pi to get data for pc. Then with this data I will calculate power which ı have to generate with dc power supply. This calculations will be calculated in Labview. So ı want to read this data with labview. Can I ? How? Sorry for English.

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I would have a loop to read the temperature and then another loop for controlling and reading the power supply.  Both of these will typically just communicate with VISA using whatever communication bus is necessary.


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Any example video could you share? I couldnt find

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Hi umutcanbin,

 


@umutcanbin wrote:

ı will connect thermocouple to ardunio. So ı want to read this data with labview. 


So you use VISA functions to receive data from your Arduino.

(Use you use the LINX toolkit to read values from analog inputs of the Arduino.)

 


@umutcanbin wrote:

Then with this data I will calculate power which ı have to generate with dc power supply. This calculations will be calculated in Labview.


You need to implement the math as is required by your "power calculation"…

 

Why do you look for videos?

Why don't you look at the example VIs coming with LabVIEW (and the LINX toolkit)?

 


@umutcanbin wrote:

Sorry for English.


Please try to avoid the Turkish "ı", it makes it hard to read your message…

Best regards,
GerdW


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Thank you so much, yes I am learning LINX toolkits. I will look at the examples, thank you again.

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Hi,

 

I am also new to LabVIEW. I looked at the examples in LINX, but didn't see relevant examples. Am I looking over them, can someone please point me in the right direction?

 

Thanks,
Jamie

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