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LabVIEW Relay Controller Advanced Configuration

In this LabVIEW Relay Controller Advanced Configuration guide we will learn how to set relay delay, read delay, set, read relay bank values and relay test bench.

A) Set and Read Character Delay Value

This guide illustrates how to set and read character delay value

Related Example in Driver: Character Delay Configuration.vi

VIs Required:

–> Initialize (Main Palette)

–> Set Character Delay (Configuration->Advanced Palette)

–> Read Character Delay (Configuration->Advanced  Palette)

–> Close (Main Palette)

Following figure shows the steps for this guide. Their detail follows the figure.

Details of steps is as under.

  1. Port is initialized in Initialize VI with fixed baud rate of 115200.
  2. Set Character Delay VI is placed. It sends the command and also verifies the returned status.
  3. Read Character Delay VI is placed which reads back the saved value.
  4. Port is closed.
  5. Text boxes for TX and RX data are placed and their references are passed to the Instrument VI which display the serial data sent and received by the instrument driver.

 

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B) Set and Read Repetitions

This guide illustrates how to set repetitions value and read it back.

Related Example in Driver: Repetitions Configuration.vi

VIs Required:

–> Initialize (Main Palette)

–> Set Repetitions(Configuration->Advanced Palette)

–> Read Repetitions(Configuration->Advanced  Palette)

–> Close (Main Palette)

Following figure shows the steps for this guide. Their detail follows the figure.

Details of steps is as under.

  1. Port is initialized in Initialize VI with fixed baud rate of 115200.
  2. Set Repetitions VI is placed. It sends the command and also verifies the returned status.
  3. Read Repetitions VI is placed which reads back the saved value.
  4. Port is closed.
  5. Text boxes for TX and RX data are placed and their references are passed to the Instrument VI which display the serial data sent and received by the instrument driver.

 

Front Panel


C) Set and Read Test Cycle

This guide illustrates how to set test cycle value and read it back.

Related Example in Driver: Test Cycle Configuration.vi

VIs Required:

–> Initialize (Main Palette)

–> Set Test Cycle (Configuration->Advanced Palette)

–> Read Test Cycle (Configuration->Advanced  Palette)

–> Close (Main Palette)

Following figure shows the steps for this guide. Their detail follows the figure.

Details of steps is as under.

  1. Port is initialized in Initialize VI with fixed baud rate of 115200.
  2. Set Test Cycle VI is placed. It sends the command and also verifies the returned status.
  3. Read Test Cycle VI is placed which reads back the saved value.
  4. Port is closed.
  5. Text boxes for TX and RX data are placed and their references are passed to the Instrument VI which display the serial data sent and received by the instrument driver.

 

Front Panel


D) Set and Read Attached bank value

This guide illustrates how to set attached bank value and read it back.

Related Example in Driver: Attached Bank Value Configuration.vi

VIs Required:

–> Initialize (Main Palette)

–> Set Attached Bank Value (Configuration->Advanced Palette)

–> Read Attached Bank Value (Configuration->Advanced  Palette)

–> Close (Main Palette)

Following figure shows the steps for this guide. Their detail follows the figure.

Details of steps is as under.

  1. Port is initialized in Initialize VI with fixed baud rate of 115200.
  2. Set Attached Bank Value VI is placed. It sends the command and also verifies the returned status.
  3. Read Attached Bank Value VI is placed which reads back the saved value.
  4. Port is closed.
  5. Text boxes for TX and RX data are placed and their references are passed to the Instrument VI which display the serial data sent and received by the instrument driver.

 

Front Panel

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