Posts in Category LabVIEW API

Zurich Instruments Users Meeting in Leiden, The Netherlands

on 17.06.2015 at 11:58 by Daniel on Blog of Daniel Wright
On June 3rd my colleague Romain Stomp and I welcomed Zurich Instruments users with a focus in Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) to visit us for the day at Leiden University in the Netherlands. In the morning, Romain shared his expertise with a presentation outlining […]

LabOne Programming Manual

on 30.06.2014 at 11:24 by Daniel on Blog of Daniel Wright
In addition to the LabOne User Interface Zurich Instruments lock-in amplifiers can be controlled simultaneously via any of the available LabOne APIs: LabVIEW, Matlab, Python or C. Zurich Instruments software release 14.02 includes the LabOne Programming Manual which guides users to an appropriate choice of API […]

Q-Control Example VI Tutorial

on 04.12.2012 at 19:45 by andreas on Blog of Andreas Senn
Using a Zurich Instruments lock-in amplifier, you are enabled to measure the quality factor of an arbitrary resonator – typically a resonant beam used in non-contact atomic force microscopy (NC-AFM) applications. This can be useful e.g. to increase phase sensitivity […]

Controlling Zurich Instruments Devices with LabVIEW

on 06.09.2011 at 14:56 by Andrin on Blog of Andrin Doll
With Zurich Instruments LabVIEW driver, you can integrate your device into complex laboratory setups and create your own graphical interface for simplified experiment control.The driver provides access to all adjustable parameters and measurement readings of your Instrument.
In this post, I explain on the VIs included in our LabVIEW driver and on a simple example on parameter setup and data streaming. LabVIEW beginners find a link to our Getting Started for guaranteed programming success in LabVIEW.