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Programmable Switch for NI myRIO by Choose Movement Consulting, LLC - Toolkit for LabVIEW Download

Use the NI myRIO to control an electric switch using your smartphone or any UDP-enabled device.

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Version1.1.0.13
ReleasedMay 19, 2016
Publisher Choose Movement Consulting, LLC
LicenseNot Specified
LabVIEW VersionLabVIEW>=13.0
Operating System Windows, Mac, and Linux
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Description

The Programmable Switch for NI myRIO project demonstrates how to use the NI myRIO to wirelessly control a switch via your smartphone or any UDP-enabled device. This project is focused on controlling power to an electrical device that uses a standard power plug; for example, a lamp. This provides for many creative applications including home automation of lights or other electronics.

READ DOCUMENTATION REGARDING SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS AND TIMING CONFIGURATION. This package requires you to install additional software to your NI myRIO and to configure its Time Settings in NI MAX. To find the documentation, install the package and create a new Programmable Switch project. See the READ ME virtual folder inside the resulting LabVIEW project.

To run this app:

1. Open LabVIEW
2. Select "Create Project" from the Getting Started Window splash screen
3. Select the myRIO category underneath Sample Projects
4. Choose the Programmable Switch and complete the wizard to launch the project
5. Open RT Main.vi and Host Main.vi
6. Enter in your computer's IP address into the Host IP input and run RT Main.vi
7. Enter the myRIO's IP address in the myRIO IP input and run Host Main.vi
8. Push On to turn on the switch
9. Push Off to turn off the switch
10. Refer to the How to Use the Programmable Switch file in the Documentation virtual folder for instructions on using your smartphone to control the switch.

Release Notes

1.1.0.13 (May 19, 2016) no release notes for this version

Install with VIPM Download Package

Note, you must have the VIPM Desktop app to install this package into LabVIEW.

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