I am trying to evaluate the eval-ad5791sdz board and would like to know how to use labview to write my own program to check the board out.
This has been moved into the precision DAC forum for support.
What I am interested in is the labview source code so that I can finished my evaluation.
Min Fah Teo
Hi Min Fan Teo,
The labview source codes created by ADI are not meant for distribution to our are not advisable to be used as a starting point for your software development or evaluation. Although we might have sent codes in the past, we are trying to push our customers to use the C codes in the No-OS pages. These codes are the ones we recommend as they are properly documented and you would have a support team handling the drivers.
Kindly refer to the AD5780 No-OS driver on the link below. this is compatible with the AD5791.
Do you have sample C source code that I could use. I am new to C programming. Better at Labview programming. Can I call your driver in Labview also?
Hi Min Fah Teo,
The drivers were created to be used with microcontrollers. They were not made to be used in Labview or with the SDP controller board used with the evaluation board.
You would need to have some knowledge on C programming to control the microcontroller that you are going to use with the drivers.
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