Getting Started with Basics of NI- LabVIEW

LabVIEW for Beginners

This course will take an absolute beginner to intermediate level step by step, with examples, hints, quizzes, and projects. In video lectures, subjects are explained with examples and hints for better & easier programming. At the end of sections, there are quizzes for testing what is learned in the video lectures. There are three projects for using the knowledge of various subjects which were learned in the lectures. In the first lectures of the course, an introduction is done by explaining the LabView environment, LabView tools, and basics. After that, programming fundamentals like case structures, for & while loops, arrays, most of the useful array functions, and reading / writing data from a text file are explained. In the last parts, more LabVIEW-oriented topics like Sub VI’s, property nodes, data acquisition, etc. are explained. Did you know that in industry, it is forbidden to use sequence structures within loops in LabVIEW and that it is best to use state machines for industrial safety reasons? Would you like to know more? Learn this and much more through theoretical sessions and many practices through code exercises that you must complete (including tests to test your knowledge and prepare). This course is designed as a training alternative to the LabVIEW Core I and II courses offered by National Instruments but the best, all in the same course and for a tiny fraction of what it would cost to do them elsewhere. Learn from a master engineer and instructor with more than a decade of experience working on industrial projects and training future professionals in various areas of engineering knowledge and with LabVIEW. Looking at the course and the grades of the students, many have managed to automate their machines and processes, others have achieved new jobs and many others have been certified with National Instruments, I assure you that you will learn so you already have experience programming in LabVIEW.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand what front panels, block diagrams and connector panels are. Fully understand data types in LabVIEW.
  • Use debugging techniques editing and online modes correctly..
  • Create front panels based on look and feel techniques and color theory..
  • Create Sub VIs and document applications in LabVIEW as partner certified developers.
  • Create applications under the LabVIEW University model Prepare, Acquire, Analyze and Present.
  • Understand and select the available Compact DAQ hardware based on application.
  • Recognize and apply LabVIEW best practices in project development..

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 16min.
  • Mathematical Expressions –> 9 lectures • 1hr 2min.
  • Loops –> 9 lectures • 57min.
  • Logical Expressions –> 7 lectures • 1hr 5min.
  • Arrays in LabVIEW –> 4 lectures • 25min.
  • Strings in LabVIEW –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Cluster –> 2 lectures • 9min.
  • State Machines –> 3 lectures • 21min.
  • Property Node –> 6 lectures • 33min.
  • Miscellaneous –> 7 lectures • 49min.

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Requirements

  • Basics Knowledge of Computer.
  • Being able to use a PC at a beginner level.

This course will take an absolute beginner to intermediate level step by step, with examples, hints, quizzes, and projects. In video lectures, subjects are explained with examples and hints for better & easier programming. At the end of sections, there are quizzes for testing what is learned in the video lectures. There are three projects for using the knowledge of various subjects which were learned in the lectures. In the first lectures of the course, an introduction is done by explaining the LabView environment, LabView tools, and basics. After that, programming fundamentals like case structures, for & while loops, arrays, most of the useful array functions, and reading / writing data from a text file are explained. In the last parts, more LabVIEW-oriented topics like Sub VI’s, property nodes, data acquisition, etc. are explained. Did you know that in industry, it is forbidden to use sequence structures within loops in LabVIEW and that it is best to use state machines for industrial safety reasons? Would you like to know more? Learn this and much more through theoretical sessions and many practices through code exercises that you must complete (including tests to test your knowledge and prepare). This course is designed as a training alternative to the LabVIEW Core I and II courses offered by National Instruments but the best, all in the same course and for a tiny fraction of what it would cost to do them elsewhere. Learn from a master engineer and instructor with more than a decade of experience working on industrial projects and training future professionals in various areas of engineering knowledge and with LabVIEW. Looking at the course and the grades of the students, many have managed to automate their machines and processes, others have achieved new jobs and many others have been certified with National Instruments, I assure you that you will learn so you already have experience programming in LabVIEW.

 

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