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vrf Open Vee 7 code in Vee 6

Question asked by jgriggs on Dec 29, 2004
A Happy New year to all and thanks for the advice.
Based on the advice I received from a few VEE'ers I purchased the module  and
then re-read the comments more carefully. It was my first time using a DLL and
Lyle's header file was a lifesaver.

Measurement Computing did send me the UL for VEE but it refuses to install,
claiming that I don't have VEE installed. They are on Holiday break for a few
more days so they haven't been able to figure out the issue yet. I suspect the
instal program is looking for a certain name in the registry; which isn't there.

The direct connection through the dll is so easy, as others have said, that  I
probably will end up not using the UL.
Thanks to all.
Jim
On 4 Nov 2004 at 17:06, Carnahan, Lyle wrote:

>
> Jim,
>
> Controlling the USB modules from Measurement Computing is fairly easy. I
> have been using the PMD-1024LS digital I/O modules and had my code running
> in less than an hour. I talk directly to the DLL that is provided
> (cbw32.dll) and used the online documentation provided with the module. I
> have included the header file to be used to import the DLL so you can start
> programming the module.
>
> Hope it helps.
>
>
> Lyle Carnahan
> Aerospace and Defense Business Unit
> M/A-COM  Inc.
> 1011 Pawtucket Boulevard
> Lowell, MA  01853-3295
>
> Phone: (978) 442-4504
> Fax:   (978) 442-4520
> carnahal@tycoelectronics.com
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mcclymer@maine.edu [mailto:mcclymer@maine.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 4:55 PM
> To: VRF
> Subject: [vrf] VEE Pro and NI VI's and Measurement Computing USB devices
>
>
> Hello,
>  I have just upgraded to Vee 7 and have not yet tried to use device drivers
> written for NI.
> Is it straightforward to use these with VEE or am I better off making sure a
> VEE
> driver exists.
> I am interested in using VEE to control a USB DAQ module
> http://www.measurementcomputing.com/cbi ... sp?dept_id
> =352&pf_id=1535
>
> Any insights welcomed!
> Jim
>
>
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