The NI myRIO embedded student design device was created for students to “do real-world engineering” in one semester. It features a 667 MHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 programmable processor and a customizable Xilinx field programmable gate array (FPGA) that students can use to start developing systems and solve complicated design problems faster—all in a sleek enclosure with a compact form factor. The NI myRIO device features the Zynq-7010 All Programmable system on a chip (SoC) to unleash the power of NI LabVIEW system design software both in a real-time (RT) application and on the FPGA level. Rather than spending copious amounts of time debugging code syntax or developing user interfaces, students can use the LabVIEW graphical programming paradigm to focus on constructing their systems and solving their design problems without the added pressure of a burdensome tool.What is your project about?
Controlling on-board Leds of NI myrio 1900 using mobile bluetooth app.How does it work?
This Bluetooth module can be powered from 3.3 to 6 volts and it comes on breakout board which contains a voltage regulator. The logic voltage level of the data pins is 3.3V. The TX pin of Bluetooth is connected to RX pin of MyRIO and RX pin of Bluetooth is connected to TX pin of MyRIO. MyRIO has a dedicated UART port to communicate with Bluetooth.
If we send "0" then Led-0 will On and resend of "0" then Led-0 will Off
If we send "1" then Led-1 will On and resend of "1" then Led-1 will Off
If we send "2" then Led-2 will On and resend of "2" then Led-2 will Off
If we send "3" then Led-3 will On and resend of "3" then Led-3 will Off