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Use PCI-MIO-16XE50 with LABTECH?

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Is it possible to use this board with Labtech Notebook?

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Andrew J. Grall
B.S. Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
M.S. Analytical Chemistry, University of Michigan
Ph.D. Candidate at University of Michigan
Sacks lab - Room 3550

grallaj@umich.edu http://www-personal.umich.edu/~grallaj/

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Andrew,

I would first have to say that this question would be best directed
towards folk who know Labtech Notebook.

However, I can say that if Notebook can call driver functions from
function libraries for a given piece of hardware (you can do this through
LabVIEW, C/C++ environments, etc), it will work for the NI-DAQ function
libraries -- it's just a matter of using the correct NI-DAQ functions to
acquire the data as you wish (the installation of the NI-DAQ drivers come with
several examples).

Regards,
Rich Yavorsky

"Andrew J. Grall" wrote:

> Is it possible to use this board with Labtech Notebook?
>
> --
>
> Andrew J. Grall
> B.S. Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
> M.S. Analytical Chemistry, University of Michigan
> Ph.D. Candidate at Univer
sity of Michigan
> Sacks lab - Room 3550
>
> grallaj@umich.edu http://www-personal.umich.edu/~grallaj/
>
> "I don't know about comeback quarterbacks, but like I've said before - and
> I'm going to say it again and I'm going to offend a lot of people - but
> there hasn't been a greater player to play in Lambeau Field than Brett
> Favre." -- Ron Wolf
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