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LabJack Bartender Update

Database

It has been a while since the last update on the automated bartender, but the project is still underway.  The latest additions are a database and a new design of bottle stopper.  

LJLogUD V1.07

LJLogUD V1.07 has been posted.  Go to the LJLogUD support page.

 

LJStreamUD V1.11

LJStreamUD V1.11 has been posted.  Go to the LJStreamUD support page.

 

Real time machine control with UE9 and VB.Net

Real time machine control with UE9 and VB.Net

 

The lab spinner and laptop interface

UE9 On The Burj Khalifa

UE9 Inside Burj Khalifa

LJFuse now supports Timers and Counters

There’s been some interesting uses of LJFuse in the forum, which has spurred the motivation to advance LJFuse to the next level. Starting today, the latest version of LJFuse can access timers and counters.

CINs are out, Call Library Function Nodes are in!

Two months ago we documented how to create and use Code Interface Nodes (CINs) for LabVIEW on Mac OS X and Linux. It’s a great way to call C code that uses the Exodriver, but we discovered that LabVIEW 2010 does not support CINs.

LJStreamUD V1.09

LJStreamUD V1.09 has been posted.  Go to the LJStreamUD support page.

LabJack Bartender Phase 3

Mounting Stand and Circuity Complete

 

On the left is the 24V power supply, in the middle is the U3, and on the right lies the power switching circuit designed during "Phase 2" of this project. 

The mounting stand is comprised of 5/8" threaded rod situated in a PVC base.  There are large threaded nuts at the start of the PVC to allow for height adjustment. 

The solenoid valves are all wired into the power switching circuit, which is controlled through the EIO, CIO, and FIO lines on the U3. Using a python script running on a local PC the valves are opened and closed. The next step is to buy a bunch of alcohol and connect the piping.

Introducing LJFuse

Linux and Mac OS X users, prepare to get happy. For years we’ve had great language support for C and Python through the Exodriver and LabJackPython, and we’ve recently documented how to use LabVIEW on Mac OS X to call the Exodriver. We wanted programmers in other languages to leverage the work we’ve done, so we’re releasing LJFuse.

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