LabJack | Measurement & Automation
 

LabJack Bartender Phase 1

Valve Pressure/Flow Testing

End Table Drink Cooler

The goal of the project was to automatically detect whether a drink is hot or cold, and keep it that way, without the mess of an extra device typically associated with peltier drink cooling.  

The main components include: 12V 60W PSU, Labjack U3, IR Thermopile Sensor, H-Bridge, and a 60W Peltier Cooler. Wiring from the U3 goes to LED indicators and switches on the side, along with 2 temp sensors, the IR sensor, and the H-Bridge for polarity reversal. 

U12 Unwrapped For Flight

Surveillance Blimp Gondola


LJ Turns On the Heat In Home Brewing

High Tech Homebrewing

New Product Stickers

Soon LabJacks will start shipping with new stickers on the boxes. Here’s what the U3-HV and U6 stickers look like:

New LabJackPython Release

We’ve created another stable release of LabJackPython. Download it from the LabJackPython page. The development version will stay on GitHub, and an archive of all our stable downloads are also on the GitHub downloads page.

In addition to over 20 bug fixes and improvements, the latest release boasts:

1. Linux U12 support

U12 Support in LabJackPython and the Exodriver

We’re happy to announce support for the U12 in our new Linux and Mac OS X driver, the Exodriver. Now, bundled with the Exodriver is a quick example showing how to work with the U12 in C.

Up and running with LabJackPython and the Exodriver on Ubuntu 10.04

Update: The Exodriver installation instructions have since been updated and now uses a script. Please refer to the Mac OS X and Linux Exodriver page and its “In-depth Linux build instructions” section for the latest Ubuntu installation instructions.

U6 OEM and U6-Pro OEM now available

Doesn’t it look like it’s flying right at you? We’re happy to add the U6 OEM and U6-Pro OEM to our catalog. For more information, including links to specs and the user’s guide, visit the U6 page.

Improved Font Rendering on Support Page PDFs

We’ve improved the way we display the “Export to PDF” links in the Support section. Check out the before and after selections of Section 2.9.1 of the U6 User’s Guide :

Before (yuck)

After (yay)

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