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Original Code Consulting

LabVIEW Applications and Systems Development

NI
        Alliance Member

David Thomson, Ph.D.
Founder, Director of Engineering

David Thomson

       

NI
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Certified LabVIEW Architect

LabVIEW
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LabVIEW Champion

CLED
Certified LabVIEW Embedded Systems Developer

Ted Anderson, PE
Systems Integration Engineer

Ted Anderson

CLAD




    Original Code Consulting provides LabVIEW programming from instrument drivers to complete applications.  We have over three decades of combined LabVIEW experience in laboratory data acquisition, experiment control, and data analysis and review tools, and over 20 years as a LabVIEW consultant and National Instruments Alliance Member in Colorado.  Our previous projects have included serial, DAQ, and custom interfaces to mass spectrometers, test and measurement equipment, high speed digitizers, analytical chemistry instruments, and laser. optical systems. and a wide variety of industrial machinery.  Although many of our consulting projects have been in the R&D world (academic, government, and industrial), we also have extensive experience in commercial and industrial applications such as process monitoring and production test.  Besides working with NI hardware, we have written drivers and programs for instruments and plug-in boards from numerous other manufacturers.  In addition to working with clients throughout Colorado, we have helped customers achieve success throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America..

   We provide cost-effective programming solutions designed with long-term maintainability in mind.  Our emphasis is on well-documented, quality code with a highly-functional, easy-to-understand user interface.  End-user support is available to ensure successful implementation and full compliance with the customerís specifications.  A discounted rate is available for educational and government institutions.  Besides extensive experience with LabVIEW itself, we are proficient in using LabVIEW RT (Real Time), and LabVIEW FPGA, and NI's Vision hardware and software, as well as a variety of other programming languages and software tools.

OCC Projects

OCC has expertise with these technologies:
 
LabVIEW Programming Instruments
Interfaces
Instrument Drivers Digital Oscilloscopes RS232/RS485 serial
Data Acquisition High Speed Digitizers UDP, TCP-IP
Data Analysis and Display Lasers
CompactRIO
Instrument Control Laser Power Meters NI-DAQ, including CompactDaq
Process Monitoring Power Supplies VISA
Integrated Data Systems
 Pulse Generators Vision

GPS
Modbus
Systems Analytical Chemistry Instruments Motion Control
Lasers / Optical Systems Micro-Positioners Plug-In Cards
Mass Spectrometers Particle Counters Custom Interfaces
Optical Spectrometers
Multi-Channel Analyzers USB Instruments
Industrial Processes Aerosol Instrumentation Communication Interfaces via DLLs
Test and Measurement Custom Instrumentation, including FPGAs
SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
Laboratory / Field / Aircraft / Balloon
GPIB
Industrial/R&D Process Control

FieldPoint

    Many examples of our previous work are described on this web site, including previous scientific and utiltity LabVIEW programs, drivers for various instruments available for free download, and several publications and presentations we have written, including two that were selected as finalists in the Research category for the NIWeek paper contest.


What's New from OCC

    May 17, 2018 - At the ALARM (Advanced LabVIEW Architects of the Rocky Mountains) meeting in Louisville, David Thomson presented on the new System Link Cloud tool from NI and how to use it to deploy WebVI's written in LabVIEW NXG.

    May 5, 2018 - At Original Code Consulting, we pride ourselves on stay abreast with the latest technology in measurement. In the photo below, one of our clients uses a digital thermometer to check the temperature of his experiment.