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LJTICK INAMP Labview example Labjack T7.

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Rednecknerd
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LJTICK INAMP Labview example Labjack T7.

I am attempting to read several TC's using 3 LJTICK INAMP's with a Labjack T7. They are connected to a CB37.

What I need is an example of an LJTICK INAMP in labview.  The documentation says it is in the examples but I have not found one.

Thanks in advance.

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The LJTIA is a purely analog

The LJTIA is a purely analog device so there is no configuration you need to do in software.  You just read analog inputs, so read the name "AIN0" for example.

Note that it is unusual to use LJTick-InAmps with the T7, except when trying to stream multiple channels of small voltages at high speeds.

https://labjack.com/support/app-notes/thermocouples/t7

https://labjack.com/support/software/applications/t-series/kipling/regis...

 

Rednecknerd
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Thanks.

Thanks.

I usually use U6 devices and didn't really have alot of luck with TC's.  So I used TC amps with them.

With the T7 I just automaticly ordered the labjack inamp to try it.

I have kipling up and running perfectly now.

But I don't have the labview tc EF working just yet.

 

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The tutorial uses the

The tutorial uses the Register Matrix in Kipling to help you learn which registers to write and read.  Now in LabVIEW you can write and read those same registers ... consider starting with "Write Read Loop with Config.vi".

 

Rednecknerd
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Well, after digging deep in

Well, after digging deep in the info in the links you provided.  I have it working without the inamps (I'll use them for something else later).

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

Rednecknerd
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Now to correct the 20°F error

Now to correct the 20°F error.

LabJack Support
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See "Wrong temperature" under

See "Wrong temperature" under "Troubleshooting tips" to start figuring that out:

https://labjack.com/support/app-notes/thermocouples