Lab 3: Interfacing Basic Sensors

This lab illustrates how LabVIEW and NI ELVIS II can be used for studying different kinds of sensors. For this lab, a light sensor and a dual-axis accelerometer are used.
by Dr. Petru A. COTFAS, Dr. Daniel T. COTFAS, Dr. Doru URSUTIU, and Dr. Cornel SAMOILA | Transilvania University of Brasov
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This is module 3 of 7 in the course set, NI ELVIS Computer-Based Instrumentation.

STUDENT MATERIALS

  • Downloadable lab manual
  • LabVIEW VI's needed for completing labs are included in download

SKILLS REQUIRED 

  • Basic understanding of LabVIEW and ELVIS II

LabVIEW

An integrated development environment designed specifically for engineers and scientists.

NI ELVIS

The NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) is a versatile laboratory platform that enables educators to teach over 20 different courses across science and engineering departments. The NI ELVIS integrates 12 common lab instruments including an oscilloscope, function...

Required Software

Download Academic Software, Learn About Software Licensing
  • LabVIEW 2014 or Later (requires license)
  • NI ELVISmx 14.0 or Later - Download
 

Required Hardware

Purchase Engineering Education Products
  • NI ELVIS II or II+ - View Specifications, View User Manual
  • TSL230R—light-to-frequency converter from Parallax, Inc.
  • Memsic 2125—dual-axis accelerometer from Parallax, Inc.
  • Mobile prototyping board
  • Protractor
  • Two 220 Ω resistors
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