(AUSTIN, TEXAS) – Yaskawa Electric announces the development of a new driver for National Instruments’ LabVIEW graphical programming environment.
This driver allows creation of motion profiles in LabVIEW running on a standard PC with Windows XP for simple point-to-point moves in test and measurement, lab automation and many other applications.
Andrew Urda, Director of Marketing at Yaskawa, explained that this driver couples the power of LabVIEW via a PCI communication card running Mechatrolink, a digital servo network, to Yaskawa’s family of AC servo drives and motors. This will allow the LabVIEW user to have full use of the broadest range of servo products from 10W to 75kW.
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