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#QwaveSys Raspberry Pi Package for LabVIEW

QwaveSys Raspberry Pi package is a LabVIEW additional library based on LINX 3.0.xx from labviewmakerhub.com for Raspberry Pi. It's works with LabVIEW 2014 only for Non-commercial use

Anyone can get started with the LabVIEW 45-Day Evaluation and buy LabVIEW Home Edition for non-commercial use.

QwaveSys Raspberry Pi Package is a peripheral VIs provides enhance functions over LINX 3.0 standard library. it's an easy to use VIs and provided many examples. It's tested with Raspberry Pi 2B/3B and some functions also works with BBB and Orange Pi (H3) boards.

Wiki!

01.Setting Up the LabVIEW Raspberry Pi (QwaveSys Package)

02. Manual steps to install LabVIEW for Raspberry Pi

03. [Tutorial] Create Executable calling from LabVIEW

04. [Tutorial] Create Share Library (.so) calling from LabVIEW

05. [Tutorial] Create "WiringPi" GPIO Shared object (.so)

06. [Tutorial] Create your own GPIO Shared object (.so) base on WiringPi

07. [Tutorial] Create "DHTxx" Temperature sensor shared object (.so) base on WiringPi

08. [Tutorial] Create "ADC PCF8591" ADC shared object (.so) base on WiringPi

09. [Tutorial] OpenCV Pattern Matching calling from LabVIEW

10. [Tutorial] OpenCV Object Tracking calling from LabVIEW

11. [Tutorial] OpenCV Object Tracking : Display UI at Pi Display

12. [Tutorial] Create "DS18b20" Temperature sensor library (1 Wire)

13. [Tutorial] Get OpenCV running on BeaglelBone Black (BBB)

14. [Tutorial] Blinking LED on Orange Pi board (Armbian Jessie)


Released 1.4.0.62 (09/2016)

-Added shared object (.so) and souce code file to library folder.

-Removed VIs block diagram password.

-Added "wiringpi-dev" package.


First Released 1.3.0.59 (08/2016)

Added library support for Raspbberry Pi 2B/3B:

-WiringPi GPIO Library (http://wiringpi.com/)

-OpenCV 3.1.0 Vision Library (http://opencv.org/)

-RASPICAM Library (raspistill, raspivid and raspiyuvand more..)

-ADC PCF8591 (http://wiringpi.com/extensions/i2c-pcf8591/)

-DHTxx Temp Sensors (DHT11,DHT22)

-DS18b20 1-Wire Temp Sensor (w1-gpio)

-Sysfs GPIO Library (RasPi and Orange Pi)

-Client_Server Library (STM,CVT)


After installed the ".vip" package you can find examples as below path

"C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2014\examples\Q-Wave Systems Co.,Ltd\QwaveSys Raspberry Pi for LabVIEW Home-Education


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Refer this Wiki for this steps to manual setup.

02. Manual steps to install LabVIEW for Raspberry Pi

http://ftp.qwavesys.com/ipk/all

http://ftp.qwavesys.com/ipk/armv7a-vfp

http://ftp.qwavesys.com/ipk/raspberrypi2

Install additional OPKG package

Refer this Wiki for this steps to manual setup.

02. Manual steps to install LabVIEW for Raspberry Pi

opkg update 

opkg install python 

opkg install opencv 

opkg install userland 

opkg install packagegroup-core-buildessential 

opkg install rpi-gpio 

opkg install rpio

opkg install wiringpi

opkg install wiringpi-dev

QwaveSys-Raspbian-Jessie-OS v.003 (09/2016)

The file size around 4.5GB. Please follow steps from this WiKi page for how to use setup this image.

Download Here from TH server>> QwaveSys-Raspbian-Jessie-OS

01. Setting Up the LabVIEW Raspberry Pi (QwaveSys Package)


-Raspberry Pi™ is a registered trademark of the Raspberry Pi foundation.

-LINX 3.0 for Raspberry Pi 2B/3B create by www.labviewmakerhub.com (LabVIEW 2014 only,***Non-commercial use)

-WiringPi is a GPIO access library based on BCM2835 library used in the Raspberry Pi. It’s released under the GNU LGPLv3 license created by Gordon Henderson. (http://wiringpi.com/)

-OpenCV is released under a BSD license and hence it’s free for both academic and commercial use. (http://opencv.org/)


Created by Amornthep Phunsin and Supawat Armart (Q-Wave Systems Co.,Ltd) Contact : "amornthep@qwavesys.com"

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