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01-10-2017 08:14 AM

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01-11-2017 05:37 AM

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You need to explain what you are trying to do. Right now you are calculating the sine of your acquired data, is it what you want?

You will only get a 'sine wave' out of this if your acquired data is a ramp signal of some kind. Also your converted data is integer, so probably not a good resolution to use as input to a sine function. What is you data range and what are these 'amplitudes' representing? What is your end goal?

01-11-2017 08:28 AM

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01-11-2017 08:33 AM

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Hi beginner,

I basically want to recreate that sine wave on labview.

I have written code to collect the values of the sine wave and now I have used the VISA palletes to get the array of values in labview and make a graph out of it.

And what's your problem when you already have written code?

Best regards,

GerdW

CLAD expired, using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2019 sometimes) on Win7+cRIO

Kudos are welcome

GerdW

CLAD expired, using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2019 sometimes) on Win7+cRIO

Kudos are welcome

01-11-2017 08:35 AM

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01-11-2017 08:52 AM

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01-11-2017 08:59 AM

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01-11-2017 09:23 AM

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ok, get it. Your data consists of your sine tone data but I guess you do not read the time array.

If you extracted the two columns in your spreadsheet and created X (time) Y(Voltages) data arrays then you could graph it on a LabVIEW XY graph and get the same look as in your spreadsheet.

In your actual VI I would suggest you to try the following (to start with)

1 - Remove the sine primitive

2 - Replace the **Decimal String to Number** primitive in your FOR look with a **Fract/Exp String to Number**

3 - Graph the array out of your FOR loop directly to a waveform graph

If it looks like a sine tone, then you can move on and work on the time information (dt)

01-11-2017 09:26 AM

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01-11-2017 09:34 AM

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From your XLS it looks like you are sampling at 3 kS/s (dt = 0.33 ms).

Use the **Build Waveform** (Waveform palette) and input 1/3000 to the dt terminal and your data array to the Y terminal and graph it (likewise on a Waveform Graph).

If you can't get it to work, try to post you **Voltage** string array with saved values so we can check your string formatting.