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New, Free .Net Classes and Example Programs


Maintaining our commitment to provide the latest in programming support, today we announce the availability of .Net classes and example programs for two new hardware products.

DI-2008 Thermocouple, mV, V and Pulse USB DAQ Product

New model DI-2008 volt, milli-volt, thermocuople, and pulse DAQ

New model DI-2008 volt, milli-volt, thermocuople, and pulse DAQ

Released only weeks ago, model DI-2008 provides incredible measurement flexibility at an affordable price. Now, all that measurement power can be tapped from your .Net program. The .Net classes that support the DI-2008 are fully developed, documented with a .CHM help file, and provided complete with an example program that taps all the instrument’s features: Channel and measurement function/range selection, sample rate, rate and count measurements, and more. Rounding out our support is a second DI-2008 example program that demonstrates how the instrument can be used with our ChannelStretch™ technology to expand channel count to 128 analog and 112 digital, synchronously-acquired channels.

 Model DI-1100 Starter Kit (only $59)

DI-1100 USB DAQ Starter Kit

DI-1100 USB DAQ Starter Kit

This contemporary replacement for the venerable DI-145 starter kit achieves a new level of price/performance with its 12-bit resolution ADC and 80 kHz maximum throughput. Supplied with WinDaq software, the DI-1100 can take on your toughest measurement tasks with power to spare. Now, with this announcement, we allow you to fold that power into your own .Net applications. Our .Net classes for the DI-1100 expose all facets of the instrument’s feature list, with an example program that shows you how to use them.

 Free to Download, Free to Use

Download the .Net library for these products now and begin folding their measurement power and flexibility into your own programs. This link connects you with a .EXE installation that installs everything you need: .Net DLLs, help files, example programs.




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