Beagle LabVIEW Driver

Beagle LabVIEW Driver

Part Number: TP202110

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The Beagle LabVIEW Driver is a free and open-source LabVIEW Instrument Driver for the Beagle Protocol Analyzers.

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Beagle LabVIEW Driver (Windows)
Details

The Beagle LabVIEW Driver is a free and open-source LabVIEW Instrument Driver for accessing the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer and the Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer within the LabVIEW development environment. The driver bundle is targeted for Windows.

This driver is based on the Beagle software library and provides all of the functions ordinarily available to a C language developer. Detailed documentation on the functionality of the Beagle API can be found in the Beagle user manual.

The Beagle LabVIEW Driver is provided as a courtesy for Total Phase customers. While it has been verified to be complete and functional, detailed support on the Beagle LabVIEW driver will not be provided by Total Phase. With that said, any developer familiar with LabVIEW will find that the Beagle LabVIEW Driver is quite easy to integrate into a LabVIEW design. In addition, the driver can be modified by end-users to create any potential customizations.

Main VI Tree
Main VI Tree showing all the available Beagle components. All examples seen here are available in the driver.
Beagle Driver Functions Palette
Beagle Driver Functions Palette
Beagle Example Connect
LabVIEW example that demonstrates how to connect to a Beagle analyzer.
Beagle Example Connect Diagram
Beagle Example I2C
LabVIEW example that demonstrates how to monitor I2C with a Beagle analyzer.
Beagle Example I2C Diagram
Beagle Example SPI
LabVIEW example that demonstrates how to monitor SPI with a Beagle analyzer.
Beagle Example SPI Diagram
Beagle Example USB
LabVIEW example that demonstrates how to monitor USB with a Beagle analyzer.
Beagle Example USB Diagram