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NI myRIO Project Essentials Guide

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

The myRIO Project Essentials Guide serves as the guide to interfacing NI myRIO to the wide variety of sensors, actuators, and displays that students will need for projects.
This set of labs introduce a variety of actuators commonly used in mechatronic systems. Through hands-on experimentation, students learn principles of electromagnetic actuation, linear and PWM...
Using this system-centric lab manual, students will gain hands on experience using, analyzing, and tuning a vision-enabled robotic arm.
This set of labs teach and demonstrate the fundamentals of interfacing with a variety of sensors commonly used in mechatronic systems, including pressure, flex, infrared, visible light, magnetism and...
This online, interactive course introduces students to mechatronic system design using both laboratory exercises and open-ended projects. Students gain fundamental skills by completing labs on...
The Quanser QNET DC Motor Board is a versatile servo system designed to teach and demonstrate the fundamentals of motor servo control.
The QNET Energy Conversion board provides an experimental platform to introduce fundamental concepts of power electronics and energy conversion.
This lab manual enable students to review 3 topics: modeling, balance control, and swing-up control.
This lab introduces students to the fundamentals of flight dynamics and vertical take-off and landing flight control. Students model a system, design and implement proportional-integral (PI) and...
This lab introduces students to fundamentals of microcontroller I/O and inter-communication including industry standards, such as SPI, I²C and CAN buses. Students learn how to control a...