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How can I make a Blinking LED ??

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I need to make a Blinking LED (when a Boolean signal is available) in my small project (using the display LED in Labview,  not the real LED ).

 

 How can I do that?

 

Is there a available function in the Labview for LED blinking ?

 

Thanks for your help!!

 

Jack2

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This question has been asked before.  A simple search would have revealed the answer.  Right click on your LED and select Create - Property Node - Blinking.  Wire a True constant to the property node to make the LED blink.

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Do you mean an LED display on your program, or an actual blinking LED semiconductor? There have been numerous discussions on this forum, a few in the last few weeks, about making an display (indicator in LabVIEW speak) that blinks based on various input. If the question is about a hardware one, what do you want to cause it to blink, what hardware do you plan on using?

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thanks a lot !

 

jack2

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@LV_Pro wrote:

Do you mean an LED display on your program, or an actual blinking LED semiconductor? There have been numerous discussions on this forum, a few in the last few weeks, about making an display (indicator in LabVIEW speak) that blinks based on various input. If the question is about a hardware one, what do you want to cause it to blink, what hardware do you plan on using?


we'll never know 😉

 

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den after wiring what v have to do with d existing led???

whether we have to remove dat existing led or we have to connect dat existing led wid blinking led????

plz rply asap

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thakurshubh wrote:

plz rply asap


Please start a new thread and explain what you want to do. This thread is 5 years old!

Explain what an "existing led" is (hardware, on front panel, etc.).

Maybe attach your VI.

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