Local data-acquisition support. Michigan-based build capabilities.
Whether you're constructing a bench-top measurement experiment or building a turn-key test machine, you may be interested in:
1. Quick Progress. LabVIEW solves problems that require parallel computing, an interactive user interface, and a short timeline. So, we've spent 1,000 hours preparing a LabVIEW application start point. You might be closer to deployment than you think.
2. Source Code. Already familiar with LabVIEW? You'll have the option to make software modifications in house.
3. TestScript. On-the-fly sequencing requirements typically surface after deployment. TestScript allows you to control your LabVIEW application from a simple Python text file. For example, to cycle a relay and take measurements all night, create a PY file and type:
for i in range(20000):
dmm = read_voltage()
Notice the lack of import statements, complex syntax, and connecting code. Add some of Python's flow control and conditional logic only if you want to.
Thousands of lines of Python and LabVIEW code run in the background to bring the sequencing power of Python to LabVIEW.
TestScript is the world's only bi-directional Python-LabVIEW connector.
If you are worried about missing your timeline due to limited resources, frustrated that your test equipment is unreliable, or you're feeling uneasy about your test coverage, we may be able to help.
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Test Systems support from 2018 National Instruments Partner of the Year
Test system designs by WTI include leading-edge data acquisition, real-time, and FPGA technologies from National Instruments such as cDAQ, cRIO, and PXI. Here are some examples: