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Dear people!
I'm a newbie to arduino, have some experience with labview...
as i want to measure temperature with the uno in the end, i first made a simple setup to measure the analoge voltage input. sadly it doesn't work...
i can communicate with the uno via "Arduino" software (led blink example works) but not with labview.

now i thought: is it simply because i didn't upload the right code via "Arduino" to the uno, that secures a communication between labview and uno...? if yes: where can i find this code? what is it called? i can find nowhere such a thing in all the explanations....

or have you got other ideas?

One error message, in this case from the "Analog Read Pin" Example is:
LabVIEW Interface for Arduino.lvlib:Analog Read Pin.viLabVIEW Interface for Arduino.lvlib:Init.vi.  A timeout occurred while trying to read form the Arduino.

Thanks for your help!
Flo
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I don't see much value in running arduino under LabVIEW but if you insist, go through this tutorial, which seems reasonably clear. I have labview but I don't see myself using it with arduino much.

http://vishots.com/getting-started-with-the-labview-interface-for-arduino/
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