04-21-2015 07:34 AM
hey hi everyone
I was looking for an example for virtual two channel oscilloscope using NI DAQ USB 6009 14-bit multifunction I/O . I tried for searching for example fro timebase division or sec/div for 1 second , 5 second , 10 second . but was shocked to find there is no reference for it. All the virtual oscilloscoper range from
Minimum - 10 micro sec/ div to maximum - 10milli second /div but there is no example for 1 second/ div or 5 second/div. ... If anyone can guide me . I am new to labview environment .
Following are the two sample oscilloscope got from google seach. are there any hardware limitations. ?
I am working on continous data acquisition for 4 channel data acquisition using niusb 6009
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04-21-2015 08:16 AM
04-21-2015 09:15 AM
Dear sir thanks for guiding me. My daq is of 48000KSamples /sec . And i want to program for four channels .Is that sufficient for the 4 channel oscilloscope with the expected sec/div .
I feel the number of samples are not sufficient by my calculations. The attachement attached earlier both of them have the same problem . when i try to adjust the ratio of sampling rate to the number of samples the graph is not stable .especially in student scope.rar attached .
04-21-2015 11:16 AM
04-21-2015 11:17 AM
04-22-2015 01:21 AM
sorry its 48000 Samples / sec and i wrote it wrong its not 48000 k samples/ sec.. does it still satisfies my need. I know its quite basic but i still need your help in this matter
04-22-2015 01:26 AM
can you suggest me a link that works on triggering waveform
05-20-2021 12:49 PM
For any who are searching this topic as we were, the Student Scope v2 is an excellent project that works with the NI USB-6009 and satisfies the requirements posted.
The package is available from here:
it was built on LabVIEW v8.0, but downloading the source and recompiling an exe from the main object results in an executable that runs on LabVIEW Community 2020. I get one warning error, which haven't debugged yet, but the Oscilloscope pops up and works well with a USB-6009 DAQ!
Kudos to the authors of this 2007 submission!