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LabVIEW for PC 104?

For Data acquisition and some minor processing with a PC 104 system,I plan to use LabVIEW.Is it possible to load the LabVIEW application to the Single Board Computer and execute the program like we do on a Desktop/Laptop.If yes,Any specific version or module of LabVIEW to be used or can a exe done with the laptop with LabVIEW Developer Suite works good.Please suggest.

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Well if your computer (PC104) runs any of the supported OS's it should be doable.

 

Ton

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Planning to have Win7 OS on the system.So,can I use the LabVIEW Developer Suite  2010 to program the application for data acquisition on PC104 system with PC 104 daq cards.

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if you have an API for the pc104 daq cards yes. A simple DLL should be enough then and you can implement your own DAQ drivers.

A quick search on Goolge shows that EagleDAQ has 104 boards and provides LabVIEW functions to interact.

 

Ton

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For PC 104 cards which  may not be having the drivers for LabVIEW.What are the possible solutions to make it work with a LabVIEW software.

Is it possible to get/develop the drivers  for such data acquisition cards.

 

 

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Ok.If I have the drivers for the PC104 cards with Windows XP and I have LabVIEW 2010.Whats the approch for acquisition of the data from these PC 104 cards.If someone has experience with similar application development.Suggestions are welcome.

 

Sample Code would be great.

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Depends on the driver. If its a C type dll, then you would use the Call Library Function Node. You will find examples on that but very doubtful anything specific. Post some details on the driver.

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No data about the drivers at this moment.Will put in here,as and when I get it.Thanks.

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