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NI LabVIEW stands for NAtional INstruments Lab Oratory VIrtual INstrument ENgineering WOrkbench and means Desktop Engineering Virtual Instruments Laboratory Inc. National Instruments is in fact a platform and development environment programming language, graphics or video (Visual Programming Language or short, VPL) this programming language, G called.
LabVIEW applications very wide variety of electrical engineering, mechanics, medicine, math, food, etc., but more observation data acquisition (DAQ stands for Data Acquisition), analysis measurement systems, automation and industrial control systems, testing and processing data used
Facilities and software features of NI LabVIEW:
-graphical environment with the ability to learn fast
-measurement of parameters such as physical quantities such as temperature, pressure, force, displacement, strain, etc. in different industries with high accuracy
-Use the block diagram of complexity in programming and thus easily detect and track
-Control and test cards and electronic components using a computer
-processing the input data and perform a variety of mathematical calculations on them and ...
-A comprehensive library of various functions of data acquisition, mathematics, statistics, analysis and ...
-programming for FPGA chips
-Advanced simulation results and outputs of the projects planned
OS:Windows 10,Windows 8.1,Windows 7 (SP1) 32-bit,Windows 7 (SP1) 64-bit,Windows Server 2012 R2 64-bit,Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit
Screen:1024 x 768 pixels
Disk space:5 GB (includes default drivers from NI Device Drivers DVD)
-Pentium 4M (or equivalent) or later (32-bit)
-Pentium 4 G1 (or equivalent) or later (64-bit)
Issues Fixed in LabVIEW 2018 SP1 f3 Patch
-LabVIEW can crash when accessing 256 or more dynamic dispatch VIs. This issue was tracked by CAR 725936.
-In rare cases, errors during VI compilations result in failures in building packed project libraries. This issue was tracked by CAR 726278.
-LabVIEW can crash after undoing or redoing the rename of a malleable VI's control or indicator if a caller is in memory. This issue was tracked by CAR 722497.
-In some cases, LabVIEW crashes when deleting unit labels from constants. This issue was tracked by CAR 728099.
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