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Automation under LabVIEW Software article


Automation under LabVIEW Software
A wide range of Cryogenic systems are offered with automated instrument control, data acquisition and analysis using the National Instrument's LabVIEW software. In all cases the control software is easily understood and logically presented. Control is performed via virtual instruments with active click-on features and pull-down menus. Automation of this type brings many benefits to the user including efficient use of cryogenic systems and simplification of routine measurements. In addition complex control and measurement procedures become practical for non-specialists.

Whenever possible our control software is designed to operate in an open environment that allows the user direct control of all parts of the system with real-time data displays and logging. The transparency of the software system enhances the user's control of the experimental procedure providing improvements in flexibility and performance.

Most operating procedures are fully configurable. For example, when changes in temperature are required in an automated variable temperature insert, it is possible to set broad limits of stability for fast measurements or fine limits where precise and accurate measurements are required.

In most cases we provide software systems with full access to the LabVIEW source code. A development license is provided with each system to allow measurement procedures to be modified or new procedures to be integrated with the existing routines.