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Dose LINX support the Raspberry PI Zero 2 W?

There's no firmware written yet for the pico like with the arduino and some other mcus. You'd have to write your own firmware for the pico and the firmware could setup the USB connection as a serial port that could be communicated to with serial (VISA). Probably wouldn't be terrible to port the hobbyist firmware over to pico's sdk but it's a bigger footprint and more work to get things like serial comms working than what's typical with arduino development.

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Gradatim Ferociter
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According to Adafruit there is ports for Micropython, Circuitpython and the Arduino IDE. Then just create a serial port on the Pico and link it to your computer to use LabVIEW. 

Now Using LabVIEW 2019SP1 and TestStand 2019
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