LabVIEW Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning Course Outline
This is a three-day course aimed at experienced LabVIEW users.
- The Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning course teaches the fundamentals of PC-based data acquisition and signal conditioning using LabVIEW, plug-in data acquisition (DAQ) boards, and SCXI signal conditioning hardware.
- During the course, you get hands-on experience installing and configuring data acquisition hardware and learn how to use data acquisition software functions to build your application.
- Although LabVIEW is the application software used during the class, if you use only the NI-DAQ API, you will also benefit by learning about analog input, analog triggering, signal conditioning, signal processing, analog output, digital I/O, and counters.
- By the end of the course, you will know how to develop integrated, high-performance data acquisition systems that produce accurate measurements.
After attending this course you will be able to:
- Develop integrated, high performance data acquisition systems that produce accurate measurements;
- Properly connect transducers such as thermocouples and strain gauges to your measurement hardware;
- Have an advanced understanding of LabVIEW DAQ VIs and the NI-DAQmx API;
- Eliminate measurement errors due to under sampling and signal grounding techniques;
- Start your measurements using hardware and software triggering;
- Use signal processing to improve the quality of acquired signals;
- Make pulse, frequency, and position measurements using counters; and
- Generate single and continuous waveforms.
Suite 10, 3 Brodie Hall Drive
Bentley WA 6102
LabVIEW Basics I and II, or equivalent LabVIEW experience.
In accordance with National Instruments LabVIEW training fee structure. Includes a comprehensive training manual which is yours to keep, lunch and morning and afternoon tea, and a certificate.
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Register your interest in this course. Please advise when you would like to do the course and how many people from your organisation would be interested.