Hello, readers welcome to the new post. In this post, we will discuss How to Use Cluster Functions in LabView. Cluster is used to make group data components and grouping category which are configured through use of controls and indicators functions. Cluster in form of LabVIEW is called error cluster that mixes numeric value string and boolean.
The cluster is like the record made in another category of programming languages like c. In this post, we will discuss its practical understanding and make projects. So let get started.
How to Use Cluster Functions in LabView
- To learn the cluster move to the front panel press right then move to function array, matric and cluster, and choose cluster and place it in the front panel
- the physical look of the cluster can see here
- Now press the right again in the front panel and select the numeric control from the numeric tab and place in the cluster.
- Now select the string control from the string and path option and place it in the cluster with the numeric control
- After that select the horizontal toggle switch from the boolean tab in modern pressing right in front panel
- Finale look will be like this
- The cluster also helps to make a comparison between different values as well store of constant data.
How to make cluster constant
- For this process make a copy of your cluster existing in the block diagram and paste it block diagram and press on it right and select the option change to constant.
What are Cluster Functions
- There are 4 main cluster functions that exist. Those are a bundle, unbundle bundle by name and unbundle by name.
That is all about the How to Use Cluster Functions in LabView. I have explained the details of the cluster function used in LabVIEW. It is the very best tool to use in your projects. Further, i want to mention that I have started a tutorial serial related to LabVIEW. Different functions simple to complex is discussed in these tutorials. You must also have read all these post to become professional in the LABVIEW. and use these tutorials in your university and industry applications. Thanks for reading have a good day. see you in next post.