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Unread 12/02/2014, 07:47 PM   #7
gbru316
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I've decided to use Labview to control the Arduino instead of the arduino IDE. Given my basic programming background, I feel that the graphical programming of Labview will allow me to implement complex features more easily.

Here are some pictures of the power supply box:






I used one of these for the box. There's a 9 pin d-sub connector on the side of the box which carries the digital control signals for the transistors from the arduino over a standard serial cable. I didn't feel like designing a power supply for the relays so I used an old 12 volt, 2 amp switching wall wart instead. Seemed like the easier option.


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