LabVIEW API

Our LabVIEW integration contains all the blocks needed to control your device, build your own interface, and incorporate the power of Moku hardware into your existing virtual instruments (VIs).
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Control, build, and incorporate

The LabVIEW API includes both full app versions and example files for you to seamlessly integrate Moku hardware into your workflow. Individual commands are broken up into discrete blocks, allowing for a high level of control over the amount of functionality required.

Moku virtual instruments for LabVIEW API

Take control with LabVIEW

Moku’s LabVIEW API allows users to deploy and switch instruments, adjust instrument parameters, and monitor and save data during different stages of digital signal processing. You can create your own automated test sequence or incorporate Moku into an existing setup to work harmoniously with other equipment.

Moku integration for LabVIEW API

Comprehensive examples for each instrument

We’ve provided more than a dozen examples, including fully functional VIs for each instrument to help you get started with LabVIEW. You can build your instruments from scratch or utilize our existing framework to extend their capabilities.

Download the LabVIEW API

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Before you start

For LabVIEW to work properly:

You may need to install and open the VI package manager first from JKI. A panel for your corresponding Moku hardware will be available in your functions palette the next time LabVIEW starts.

Moku hardware works with LabVIEW versions 2016-2020

Get LabVIEW*  Get VI Package Manager**

*You may need to install and open JKI’s VI package manager first.

Getting started

Simple and quick:

Download Moku’s LabVIEW APIs, then double-click to begin the installation process. Example VIs are available under “Find examples” in the LabVIEW Help menu.

Quick-start guide
Download this guide to getting started with LabVIEW for Moku hardware.
Moku:Lab’s LabVIEW APIs
Download the latest APIs, which have been tested with LabVIEW 2016.