NI-ELVIS design and prototyping, read attached file task details
environment. Basic operations provided by ELVIS like the Digital Multimeter (DMM), function generator,
oscilloscope and bode analyzer are explained. Passive RC high pass and active low pass filter circuits are
characterized using NI-ELVIS.
List of Equipment required:
1. NI-ELVIS benchtop workspace, incl. Digital Multimeter Soft Panel Instrument (SFP), Function
Generator SFP, Oscilloscope SFP, and Bode Analyzer SFP.
2. Resistors: different values.
3. Capacitors: different values.
4. Op-amps: we will use the TL072
DAQ (data acquisition) systems capture, measure, and analyze physical phenomena from the real
Light, temperature, pressure, and torque are examples of the different types of signals that a DAQ
system can measure.
Data acquisition is the process of collecting and measuring electrical signals from sensors and test
probes, and sending them to a computer for processing.
Data acquisition may also include the output of analog or digital control signals.
Virtual Instrumentation is defined as the combination of measurement and control hardware and
application software with industry-standard computer technology to create user-defined
Virtual Instrumentation provides an ideal platform for developing instructional curriculum and
conducting scientific research.
Tools must be flexible and adaptable, both in instructional labs, where experiments combine
measurement, automation, and control, but also in research environments, where the needs are
Modularity, and hence new functionality, and economy are important attributes.
The National Instruments Educational
Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI
ELVIS) is a LabVIEW and computer based
design and prototyping environment. NI-ELVIS
consists of a custom-designed bench top
workstation, a prototyping board, a multifunction
data acquisition device, and LabVIEW based
virtual instruments. This combination provides an
integrated, modular instrumentation platform that
has comparable functionality to the DMM,
Oscilloscope, Function Generator, and Power
Supply found on the laboratory workbench. By
this time, you are familiar with ELVIs, having
read the files and watched the videos.
As an introduction to use the ELVIS workspace environment, we will complete the following tasks:
Part A. Using Digital Multimeter Soft Panel (SFP) to measure electronic component properties.
Part B. Using Function Generator SFP & Oscilloscope SFP for characterizing a RC high pass filter.
Part C. Using Bode Analyzer SFP for characterizing an active high pass filter.
Part A. Measuring Component Values using NI Elvis Digital Multimeter
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