Message 3 of If so you will need to configure the Zigbees on both computers as per the user manual. Most Active Software Boards: Who is National Instruments? It wouldn’t really be a logic 1 or 0 though. The Basic Serial Write and Read works by using a delay after the write and then reading whatever is on the port. One way uses arduino where labview sends data to arduino and arduino in return sends data to Din pin of xbee which ultimately gets transfered to the receiving xbee.
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Message 5 of Message 10 of So I now want A logic one to be sent out of the computer on to some hardware. Mesh network capability see Figure 2 makes it possible to read the number of nodes using a single wireless network.
The other way is quite simple, u can connect a ttl to usb on the Din, Dout and GND pin of ur xbee, here no arduino is required for labview side xbee and then use VISA toolkit to send data to xbee which gets transfered to receiving xbee. Message 9 of As an aside, XBee works great with LabVIEW some modules can just pass straight serial datayou still need a microcontroller or something to decode it though.
Message 4 of Message 5 of Lots of zitbee out there zigbbee free.
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Can you please give me some help or some steps for that also? You’d need to decide how you want to connect the microcontroller to the PC to transmit the labfiew data though, whether it be wired or wireless.
On the internet I found this: This doesn’t answer your question about logic 1 and logic 0 though, someone else pabview need to answer that. To send an image you will have to convert your image down to an array. Thanks in advance for the help. I will consider everybodies thoughts, and post up my response soon.
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Message 10 of You will never see the Zigbee show up in MAX. Got a feeling my team lbview I might have bit off way more we can chew right about now.
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Most Active Software Boards: Message 9 of There are actually two flavors of FTDI drivers. From the description and the fact that it uses the FTDI chip and driver, it does appear that when it’s plugged into the pc, it would appear as a com port. To learn more about LabVIEW it is recommended that you go through the tutorial s and look over the material in the NI Developer Zone’s Learning Center which provides links to other materials and other tutorials.
You need a suitable interface to do this.