AustinStanton

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  1. pmod Nexy 4 DDR

    Hi @OCI, As of now, Jon is correct, there is no support for Digilent FPGA's in LabVIEW. Best of luck Austin
  2. Ethernet shield

    What exactly are you trying to do? Have you looked into boards like the Beaglebone Black or Raspberry Pi? Also, I found the Network Shields in stock on this site.
  3. Ethernet shield

    That's technically possible but you would have to modify the ethernet listener in the firmware, this might be difficult if you don't have experience with this sort of thing. Why do you need to communicate over ethernet instead of UART?
  4. Ethernet shield

    I am a little confused about your question. Are you trying to use the NIC100 to allow your board to communicate with LINX over ethernet instead of serial or are you trying to use LINX to allow you to communicate with something else over ethernet? Thanks Austin
  5. Real signals

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Analog-Discovery-2-USB-Oscilloscope-LabVIEW2016-Up/ That is a link to an instructable that gives information about Labforms. Labforms is an example VI that uses many parts Digilent Wf tools.
  6. Real signals

    If you let me know what errors you have run into I can work on fixing them. I'm sorry I don't understand your last question, could you please rephrase it? Austin
  7. Real signals

    The link John posted above is documentation for the Digilent Waveforms VIs. I recommend that you download this package as well because it contains a lot of VI's that allow you to customize your AD2 measurements. The AD2 toolkit that you have is much simpler to use but it doesn't allow for as much tweaking, this blog post explains the difference between the two. Let me know if you have any more questions. Goodluck Austin
  8. Real signals

    Hey mustafayilmaz What VI package are you using to communicate with the Analog Discovery? There is the Digilent Waveforms VIs, this is the package that Labforms is built with. But there is also the AD2 Toolkit which is more recent. Thanks Austin
  9. LINX will not connect to Raspberry Pi 3

    Hey Jmason Have you tried using putty to SSH into your RPI 3? Also what version of Raspbian are you currently using? Thanks Austin
  10. Custom interface for a simple machine vision

    I apologize but this particular forum is designed to support Digilent's products. As a result, you will find that the tech support individuals that read this forum aren't necessarily equipped to handle your request. I think you will have better luck posting this question on the NI forums. Hope this helps! Austin Stanton
  11. Can more than one NI USB DAQ's be used at the same time in LabVIEW?

    I have never personally used multiple DAQ devices at once but from what I have read you should be able to use multiple at once. Hope this helps Austin Stanton
  12. Hey Felix I think I can help you but I only have LabVIEW 2014. Could you please use the "save for previous version" option to save your VI for the 2014 version so I can open it Thank you Austin Stanton
  13. BeagleBone not connecting

    Thanks for letting us know about that, I'm glad you were able to figure it out. Austin Stanton
  14. BeagleBone not connecting

    Have you used LINX Target configuration yet? Make sure you have done anything in this video. Austin Stanton
  15. Controlling a digital indicators with raspberry and Labview

    Start by putting a LINX open as the first thing on your diagram, make sure you set it to local IO and then connect its error out to the error in of the "Visa configure serial port". Next, run the error out wire from your "VISA close" to a LINX close and then connect the LINX resource output wire of the LINX open to the LINX close. Now try it with the LINX open and close and double check that dev/ttyUSB0 is the correct format for VISA. I've heard that VISA has an issue with specific drivers so it could be that you won't be able to use that device with the RPI thanks to the VISA bug. Austin Stanton