I did a search and found one this one. It's poorly written, doesn't use VISA, and has some very ugly front panels but it's a starting point. The first thing to do with this is to convert it to VISA so that you can use it with RS-232. That's not that hard to do. Replace the GPIB Send/Receive Messages in CIC_WRT and CIC_W_R.
And the fact that I said it was a starting point was worth 1 star? With only 5 controls (a fact I was not aware from your original post), it shouldn't take you more than an hour or two to write the driver on your own.
As I said before I am a LabView beginner. Every example driver I get seems to be so over complicated to the point where i dont know what the hell is going on and therefore doesn't help me at all. I am not on a tight time frame and i am looking for a push in the right direction. Basically i was introduced to labview about a month ago, wrote one vi which uses the printer port to control a transistor which in turn controls a relay and now I have been asked to write a driver for this peace of equipment. Which sounds easy but everything i look at has 20 something over complicated sub VIs which throws me for a loop. So I'm just a little frustrated and looking for just a little push. I do appreciate the help, thanks again
You might want to give the Instrument I/O Assistant a try. The version that comes with LabVIEW 8 is especially useful. The You'll need to study the instrument's porgamming manual and I would recomend you try the commnds in MAX to get an idea of how they work.