chipKIT + Accelerometer in LabVIEW

chipKIT Max32 and ADLX345 Accelerometer IC setup for LabVIEW
chipKIT Max32 and ADLX345 Accelerometer IC setup for LabVIEW

If you’ve been wanting to use an accelerometer in your project, there’s a great tutorial on Instructables using a chipKIT Max32 and LabVIEW. With the included code, you could be up and running in a flash. Check it out!

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LabVIEW: LINX and chipKIT

LabVIEW Interface for chipKIT
LabVIEW Interface for chipKIT is now LINX

Do you use LabVIEW? Well even if you don’t, you might decide to try it once you hear what’s in store for those who do. A relatively new LabVIEW interface called LINX actually supports the chipKIT platform, though support really isn’t such a new thing. As you can see in this post from a year ago, LINX actually started out as LIFCK (LabVIEW Interface For chipKIT).

In more recent news, this post provides a brief summary for how LabVIEW’s LINX and chipKIT together provide students and hobbyists a low-cost DAQ (Data Acquisition) or Control System.

For “Getting Started” material and support, please visit: labviewhacker.com/linx.

Tell us about your data acquisition and measurement projects in the comments!

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