Alta Data Technologies (Alta) announces the release of a new National Instruments’ LabVIEW™, LabVIEW RT™ and LabWindows™ /CVI product that advances and simplifies test and control applications integrating MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC networks. This new product, AltaAPI-LV, provides a unified application program interface (native LabWindows /CVI DLL and VIs) for the range of National Instruments software packages.
Example VI Block Diagram - AltaAPI-LV Provides and Extensive VI Support Package
“Our new AltaAPI-LV product is a comprehensive LabVIEW and RT visual instrument (VI) interface set based on native LabWindows /CVI based code (DLL). Since we developed directly from AltaAPI source to LabWindows /CVI DLLs, our package provides no risk integration to LabVIEW, RT and LabWindows applications. Our new AltaAPI-LV product provides a unified code set for all three NI products, and we have full manual and example design set to guide the customer for quick integration,” states Rich Wade, CTO of Alta.
Harry Wild, VP of Sales of Alta add, “This new product advances Alta to front of the industry for NI support of 1553 and ARINC interface cards. AltaAPI-LV allows the customer to integrate Alta products quickly in LabVIEW and LabWindows applications, and is portable across our 1553 and ARINC product lines. AltaAPI-LV is provided at no cost and is the perfect complement to our PCI, PCI Express, PCI ExpressCards, PCMCIA/PCCARD, PMC, cPCI and PXI cards with industry leading features such as full signal generation and A/D capture capability.”
About Alta Data Technologies
Alta (altadt.com) is a rapidly growing, private company that provides industry leading supplier avionics and I/O interface cards and software. Alta’s PCI, PCI Express, PMC, XMC, PCCARD, VPX, cPCI, PXI and PCI ExpressCard interfaces are offered in high-density channel configurations, IRIG Time Code Decoder, Triggers, Discretes and our advanced AltaAPI software tool kit package. Operating system platforms include MS Windows, Wind River’s VxWorks, Greenhills Software’ Integrity, LynxWorks’ LynxOS, Linux 32-bit and 64-bit, IntervalZero’s RTX and Sun’s Solaris 64. Trademarks are property of their respective owners.