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LOR Software Wishlist - Allowing a Channel to be On/Off Only

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Jeff Millard wrote:

Well, by definition DIO expansion boards or USB devices are strictly on/off to begin with. This doesn't include the DIO32 and Servodog devices. I'm discussing those devices that are set in the channel configuration as: "DIO" that utilize the Measurement Computing Universal Library or Instcal standard.

With these devices, any lighting effect placed in the associated channel will be treated as an "on" to the DIO device. So when I say "DIO channel" what I mean is the channel that controls the DIO device... which is strictly on/off.

Jeff

I see. Thanks. I know nothing about DIO. Other than the fact that it did not work in the S3 visualizer.:P

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