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.Net Class for model DI-2108-P

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We’re pleased to announce the availability of .Net DLLs to support independent programming of our model DI-2108-P USB data acquisition (DAQ) instrument.

The DI-2108-P supports 160 kHz, 16-bit measurement resolution, 8 analog input channels, and 7 digital I/O ports with counter and rate inputs. The DLLs are supplied with a fully functional VB.net program example that exercises all aspects of DI-2108-P functionality:

  • Analog input with the following configuration per channel:
    • Programmable gain
    • Acquisition mode (min/max/average/last point)
  • Digital input
  • Digital output
  • Counter input (for totalizing applications)
  • Rate input (for frequency measurement applications)
  • Moving average filter factor
  • Decimation factor
  • Sampling rate
  • Status LED color

The VB example program is well-commented and uses multi-threading to ensure fast performance and minimal GUI latency. In this sense, it’s an excellent springboard for application-specific designs. A future VB.net example will demonstrate how to use the DI-2108-P’s ChannelStretch™ feature that allows synchronous channel expansion by simply connecting multiple DI-2108-Ps to the same PC.

Get started programming the DI-2108-P now. Download the latest SDK installation for free from here. It includes all example programs, and the DLLs necessary to make them work. After installation you’ll find the DI-2108-P example program in path “%root%/DATAQ Instruments SDK Beta/Portable .Net Misc – v1.”

For those who want a fast peek, here’s a direct download for just the example program without DLLs:

DI-2108-P Example VB Program

 

 

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