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what is the web address to download V5.01?

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 21, 1999
Youssof Fathi wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> I have the CD ROM for HPVEE V5.0 and need to down load V5.01 which is
> "bug free!!",  would anybody, please, send me the Web address.  Or if
> you have a copy of V5.01 handy, I will appreciate it even more if you
> could attach a copy of it to your response.

Try:

   http://www.tmo.hp.com/tmo/pia/HPVEE/PIA ... tches.html

>
> Regards,
> Youssof Fathi

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From: Stan Bischof <rsb>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 16:02:24 -0700 (PDT)
To: rsb@sr.hp.com
Subject: Re[2]: VRF: Analogue input without speacial i/o card?

Stan Bischof <rsb@sr.hp.com> wrote:
> "John Byrne" <design@microlights.ltd.uk> wrote:
> > Can anyone please help me with any info related to aquiring a single
> > channel, 0-5Vdc analogue input  into a PC using a serial or the parallel
> > port and no special i/o card?
>
> Haven't ever used one of these but I imagine you'd find one
> pretty fast with a web search.for something like
> "serial port data acquisition module".

Did just a little searching and found something that might
be close to what you need

http://www.bb-elec.com/admodulechart.asp

perhaps a little overkill (11 channel, 10 bit, plus 3 digital I/O)
but quite cheap and simple and small nonetheless.

Please note that I know nothing about this company or their
products or usage with VEE, but according to their description
( 3 commands in total) it has to be pretty easy to use in VEE,
and it would seem to perhaps meet your needs.

regards

Stan


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