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Thread: LabVIEW Support for Teensy 3.1

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    LabVIEW Support for Teensy 3.1

    I've used Arduino many times in LabVIEW, and was hoping there would also be support for Teensy. Upon researching online I've found that it's currently not available for T3.x, while it is available for T2.x.

    Has anyone been able to integrate a Teensy 3.x into LabVIEW, other than doing serial communication from the Arduino IDE?

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    https://www.labviewmakerhub.com/doku...ies:linx:start

    Give this a try. I have not used it personally, I stick with the serial commuication for what I do. However I think this will fit your needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turtle9er View Post
    https://www.labviewmakerhub.com/doku...ies:linx:start

    Give this a try. I have not used it personally, I stick with the serial commuication for what I do. However I think this will fit your needs.
    Thanks! I'll go ahead and check it out and report my findings here.

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    From initial testing it looks like LINX in LabVIEW works just fine with T3.1.

    Some of the functionality I use mostly in the Arduino IDE that works in LabVIEW with no issues are:

    • I2C Read/Write
    • Attaching Servo Objects
    • Reading pulseIn()
    • Writing microsecond pulses

    It is important to note that in order for the T3.1 to communicate with LabVIEW, the firmware needs to be uploaded via the sketch that comes as part of the download. It cannot be done through the 'Firmware Wizard' within LabVIEW, rather needs to be uploaded from the Arduino IDE.

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    Thanks for the LabVIEW update!

    I've added a link on the website to this thread. Hopefully anyone else who needs LabVIEW will find this info.

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    If the firmware doesn't exist yet, or you want to extend it, I am working on a library for high reliability serial parsing that's based on many years of dealing with trying to get LabView working with serial/USB controlled devices.

    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/31749...9267#post89267

    With this framework, all of the functions you've described wanting would be fairly clean to implement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neltnerb View Post
    If the firmware doesn't exist yet, or you want to extend it, I am working on a library for high reliability serial parsing that's based on many years of dealing with trying to get LabView working with serial/USB controlled devices.

    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/31749...9267#post89267

    With this framework, all of the functions you've described wanting would be fairly clean to implement.
    Awesome! Thanks for following up. I'll be sure to check out the firmware.

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