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I need to know what are the drivers needed for oscilloscope installation in labview

 

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What oscilloscope?


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The NI Scope 5922 this is the scope, here I need know how to program or set the bandwidth limit

Can you help me in this .

 

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Diana

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Well, the drivers are NI Scope.

 

What development software are you using?  What version?  What version of the drivers did you install or have?


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LabVIEW 2013 and 2009 version we have and since i am new to theses parts i need guidance to do programmin in labview also interfacing the device NI scope and DMM

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Then make sure you have NI Scope and NI DMM installed.  Make sure you install these after you install LabVIEW.  I would recommend just sticking with LabVIEW 2013.

 

In LabVIEW, go to Help->Find Examples.  The example finder will open.  You can do a search or just parse it down with the menu in front of you.  There are lots of examples for both DMM and Scope.  I recommend learning those.

 

Now if you are brand new to LabVIEW, then I highly recommend going through some tutorials.

LabVIEW Basics
LabVIEW 101


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And in the future, please post to the appropriate board - either LabVIEW or the digitizer board. Your question has nothing to do with NI signal conditioning products.
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