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Calling a VI from the Stimulus Profile Editor – Possible?

NI VeriStand is an open environment that offers a powerful solution for many application areas, from the rapid control prototyping, to the HIL tests or simpler real-time data logging applications.

VeriStand is capable of executing custom LabVIEW plugins from most of its components: in the real-time engine (Custom Devices, models) or in the UI/workspace (Custom Tools). It is also possible to automate VeriStand from a LabVIEW application by using the VeriStand .NET API.

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NI now offers a (really) portable CAN module

National Instruments has not been a major actor in the field bus industry, but its rich platform and the versatility of the products are interesting when it comes to integrating such functionalities in a more global system (e.g. with data acquisition and/or visual inspection). Software-wise, the NI-XNET driver supports CAN (including CAN-FD and J1939), LIN and FlexRay with a single API. However, NI has made more significant progress lately on the hardware side of things, with the release of the NI-8502 and 8506 modules.

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Error 97 with Microsoft Office ActiveX API in the Report Generation Toolkit

October 27th, 2017

Using the Report Generation Toolkit you might face a strange Error 97.

This error might happen if the Microsoft Office version with which your LabVIEW code has been done came to change (new version installed on the computer or code/exe moved to a computer with a different version).

Solving this problem is quite simple when you know where to look!

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Build vs Buy

April 18th 2017

For a majority of our projects, our customer and us are constantly face the dilemma of Build vs Buy. This is typically not a straightforward answer to a problem. In these cases, we’ll narrow down a couple of options and then do a quick financial model to determine, to the best of our knowledge, the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of each option.

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What can you do with your Windows XP based system?

April 4th 2017

Since April 8th 2014, Microsoft stoped supporting Windows XP officially. This means, no more update, not even security updates nor support. When looking into migrating your system, several aspects must be taken into consideration.

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