Superconducting Magnet

15 10 2010

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I’m almost ready to test the superconducting magnet again. The coil heater and the SC coil are wired up to Labview. The DC magnetometer is showing on a graph in Labview:

I’m still struggling with timed sequences in Labview. I want the SC coil to shutdown x milliseconds after the heater is turned off. I can’t use the wait vi because it stops the whole program.

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3 responses

16 10 2010
Jeff

I am inexplicably happy to see a 160 in One kit wired up to a superconducting magnet. It seems very appropriate somehow. :)

16 10 2010
FAMULUS

It’s actually really useful to have a variety of common components labeled and ready to go.

I keep thinking about making a “grown-up” version of it using a laser cutter.

25 10 2010
Hitesh Dhola

You Can use tick functions available in labview … instead of wait

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