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Remote Lab Web Services

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This LabView project includes a Web Service (WS) and website interface hosted by a LabView server. The WS and website allow clients to acquire measurements from instruments remotely in real time, using standard browsers (e.g. iPhone) without plugins.

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Features

  • Provides remote access to LabView-controlled lab instruments
  • Needs LabView Web Services (LabView 8.6 and above)
  • Uses Keithley 26xx Electronic Measurement Instrument Driver
  • Other instruments may be controlled if global variable is written to by driver
  • AJAX Client Web Interface (uses standard browser features)
  • Client users submit to test queue; tests run in order
  • Results are shared in real-time among all current users

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    Great software, thank you.

    Posted 05/10/2013
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Education, Engineering, Science/Research

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript, LabVIEW

Registered

2010-04-24

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