Arduino meets LabVIEW - Wiring, Installation & Programming

Virtualise your Arduino on PC Screen using LabVIEW
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  • Length 10 hours
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About This Course

Published 2/2014 English

Course Description

Arduino Smart Control is a course specially created for Electronic Geeks, Engineering Students & Engineers who wants to take Arduino Programming to next level.

The course lesson will explains “How to work on Arduino” by using C Language. This course will work best for you if you own an Arduino UNO. Later you will learn how to interface the Arduino with LabVIEW.

Arduino can be used in your Engineering projects, Industrial Projects or Home Automation related projects.

Why Learn Arduino?

If you an Engineering or Science student you might come across projects in which you want Physical interaction with your computer system & to display the operations on PC Screen

Arduino is one of the cost effective board you can purchase & starts programming to interact physical elements with your logic & create results the way you want.

And using LabVIEW , you can display the various process parameters like Motor Speed, LED ON/OFF Feedback, Temperature Signal & many others digital or analogue processes. Moreover, you can create unlimited Buttons, Switches & Message Box to control the Arduino

Moreover, by learning Arduino you can create Innovative Projects. You just need to THINK, WIRE & CODE.

Brief Outline:

  1. High Quality Video Tutorials on Arduino Wiring (Fritzing), Arduino Programming & Interfacing with LabVIEW
  2. Includes Arduino E-books & Circuit Diagrams
  3. Includes LabVIEW Codes, Aps
  4. Arduino Programming using C Language

Arduino used:

  • Arduino UNO
  • ATMega 328 Micro-controller
  • 14 Digital Input/ Output Pins
  • PWM Output (8 Bit)
  • 6 Analog Inputs (10 Bits)
  • USB Programmable

LabVIEW Version required: 2009 or later (We have used 2013 version in the videos)

Will you get the Certificate?

You'll get a certificate of completion after you completed this course. Anyways in the world of web development a certificate is not as important as in other careers. Tech companies nowadays hire developers judging by their past projects, experience and skills. It's guaranteed that no company will hire you just because you have a degree or a certificate on the wall.

For any queries & help, we are just an E-mail away!

What are the requirements?

  • Basic Knowledge of Digital Electronics
  • Arduino Board & Kit Material

What am I going to get from this course?

  • To Design Arduino Circuit in Fritzing
  • To Learn Arduino Programming & Interfacing
  • To Program Arduino using C Language

What is the target audience?

  • Engineering Students - Electronics, Electrical & Computer Science
  • High School Science Students
  • Electronic Geeks, Hobbiest & Art Students

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Arduino
Arduino Interfaced with LabVIEW - Controlling DC Motor
Preview
01:25
Installation of Arduino Drivers
Preview
02:14
Symbols of components.
03:32
First exercise on Arduino- Blinking of LED
Preview
04:59
Make a One way Traffic light
Preview
07:50
Section 2: Serial Communications.
Controlling LEDs using Computer keyboard.
05:20
Reading analog input and vary the brightness of LED
08:25
Varying the speed of a DC motor.
12:06
Section 3: Control structures in Arduino.
For loop iteration.
11:35
While Loop iteration
08:11
Arduino : Basic Level
10 questions
Section 4: Digital Inputs.
Reading a digital input and Debouncing
13:23
Controlling a DC motor using microswitch
07:56
Section 5: Seven Segment display.
Wiring and automatic UP counter
16:08
Up Counter using Push button
08:52
Up Down Counter using Push button
03:22
Section 6: Liquid Crystal Display.
Wiring of LCD
06:54
Display a message on LCD Screen
Preview
05:27
Display Room Temperature on LCD screen
12:27
Creating custom characters
03:47
Different messages on LCD screen
06:03
Writing message by serial communication
06:39
Up Down Counter on LCD
10:09
Arduino : Medium Level
10 questions
Section 7: EEPROM in Arduino
Read and Write values to EEPROM
08:44
Read and Write values to EEPROM by microswitch
07:53
Section 8: IR LEDs
Wiring of IR LEDs
10:18
Turn ON an output LED
02:37
Make an UP Counter
04:00
Section 9: Shift Registers
Wiring of Shift Registers
15:35
Turn ON an output LED
06:04
Turn ON LEDs One by One
05:18
Knight Rider effect
03:15
Make a Binary Counter
04:29
Blinking of all LEDs
03:51
Turn ON and OFF even/odd state LEDs
04:02
Arduino : Advance Level
10 questions
Section 10: Arduino Help Books
Arduino Sketches with Fritzing Wiring Diagram
Preview
70 pages
Section 11: Arduino Projects
Servo Motor Sync with LDR using Arduino
00:52
Arduino Projects with code
02:01
Arduino project Codes
Article
Section 12: Arduino meets LabvVIEW
Turn ON/OFF Arduino Outputs using LabVIEW
Preview
14:28
How to Link Arduino & LabVIEW
01:54
Section 13: Arduino & LabVIEW Basic Exercises
Understanding Loops in LabVIEW
07:39
Forward Sequence Control of LEDs
07:18
Reverse Sequence Control of LEDs
02:25
Blinking of LED using LabVIEW
Preview
13:47
Section 14: Analog Control Operations
LabVIEW : Basic Level
10 questions
Varying the Brightness of LED using LabVIEW
Preview
10:37
Varying speed of DC Motor using LabVIEW
04:41
Section 15: Case Structures
Understanding Case Structures
06:08
Turning ON/OFF of Output by String Function using Case Structures
10:54
Section 16: Switch Operation
Understanding Switches in LabVIEW
Preview
02:00
Logic Gates in LabVIEW
05:42
Turn ON/OFF output using Push Button
10:43
Turn ON/OFF output using Toggle Switch
05:47
How to Design Push Button in LabVIEW
07:24
Alternate method of Blinking
07:14
Section 17: Using Real Time Clock in LabVIEW
Understanding Real Time Clock in LabVIEW
03:30
Interfacing Real Time Clock in Arduino
06:50
Section 18: Monitoring Digital & Analog Signals in LabVIEW
Reading Digital Input of Arduino in LabVIEW
Preview
05:52
Turning ON Output using External Device
03:41
Increment & Decrements operation in LabVIEW
09:57
Reading Analog Signal of 0 ~ 5VDC in LabVIEW
05:20
Varying the Brightness of LED using POT
03:51
Reading Room Temperature by LM35 in LabVIEW
07:08
Temperature ON/OFF Control Project in LabVIEW
04:58
Section 19: LCD Experiments of Arduino with LabVIEW
Display Message on LCD Screen via LabVIEW
04:43
Adjusting the Rows & Column of the Message
04:45
Scrolling of Messages on LCD
06:16
Displaying Different Message on LCD
07:33
Section 20: Arduino Integrated with LabVIEW Projects
How to Send E-mail from LabVIEW
12:43
How to Send Excel Sheet of Arduino reading as an E-mail from LabVIEW
13:03
Controlling VFD using LabVIEW & Arduino
07:44
Section 21: LINX Tutorials with Codes
About LINX
1 page
How to Install LINX
6 pages
Section 22: LINX Codes with Tutorials
Turn ON/OFF LED's
2 pages
Blinking of LED's
2 pages

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Instructor Biography

Akesh Dhiman, Engineer at NFI

I'm Arduino & LabVIEW Programmer working in NFI as Automation Engineer & my area of interest includes Programming, Circuit Designing & making innovative Arduino cum LabVIEW projects

I have experience in PLC Circuit designing & Programming on Delta, Allen Bradley, Siemens, AC Drives - Variable Frequency Drive & Servo Control Drive, Industrial Actuation System - Pneumatic & Hydraulic.

I deliver On-site Training on Arduino, PLC, HMI & LabVIEW at various Engineering colleges & Industry.

Instructor Biography

Mr Rajvir Singh, Mechatronics Engineer

      I am working as an Educator Associate Director, NFI- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION TRAINING ACADEMY, INDIA. We provide hand on training on Industrial Control, PLC, HMI, AC Drives - VFD & Servo, Hydraulics & Pneumatics.

      ACHIEVEMENTS:

      • Awarded Silver Medal in Graduation Electronics & Instrumentation (2013)
      • Given On-site Training on Industrial Automation in Industries like ITC, USV, Asian Paints, Patanjali – World’s largest Food & Herbal Park, Stylum, Panchkula & in many Engineering Colleges/Universities in Punjab & Himachal Pradesh, India.
      • Published around 200 Intellectual Questionnaires on PLC, Servo, VFD, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, PID, Analog/Digital Cards & Industrial Control (2012)
      • Designed Flexible Learning Trainers for teaching each on Allen Bradley, Siemens & Delta PLC, HMI, Delta/ Panasonic Servo’s, VFD’s & Sensors
      • Demonstrated Electro- Pneumatic Robotic Arm to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam (Former India President) on the eve of Inauguration of IDEA Factory
      • Designed & published 120 circuits diagrams on Industrial Control, Digital Electronics circuits, PLC Circuits, Electro- Pneumatics & Electro- Hydraulics circuits (2010)
      • Achieved 3rd Position among top 15 Mechatronic Engineers in ISTC (2008)

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