IO warrier 24, capture timers

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IO warrier 24, capture timers

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Hello,

Bought some IOW24's and want to use the capture timer function.
I tested my circuit with the 'all in one' software and there it works
I can't find support for it in the DLL nor a function in IOW.VB
I want to program it in VB.net but am a novice on it.
Can someone put me on track? Preferable with some example code?

Help is appreciated!
Thanks in advance

Bernd

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The DLL has no functions for direct use. You must use the Special-Mode functions (take a look in the datasheet from the IO-Warrior24) and the Read/Write functions for access.
We have some example code for C/MFC, i hope its in the SDK. I will take a look tomorrow in the office.
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Re: IO warrier 24, capture timers

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The DLL functions are not specific for the sub-functions of the IO-Warrior. You can use the DLL functions to talk to all of the IO-Warrior functions by just filling in the proper ReportIDs to address the specific function.

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Re: IO warrier 24, capture timers

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Guido Körber wrote:The DLL functions are not specific for the sub-functions of the IO-Warrior. You can use the DLL functions to talk to all of the IO-Warrior functions by just filling in the proper ReportIDs to address the specific function.
Unfortunately I am no expert in this field. I was hoping someone could supply me with some example code on how to do this. Anyone?

Thanks in advance
Bernd

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Take a look into the SDK samples.
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