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Build a DAQ system for about $30

11/2/2011 07:57 PM EDT
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pmoyle
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pmoyle   11/8/2011 4:39:17 PM
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I laugh at the notion that you can create a DAQ system with no programming. I have seen some of the crap that some consultants have done with that cray block programming language and it is impossible to understand or modify and many simple things are just impossible. It's actually easier for may things to just use the graphic editor in Visual Studio and write actual code and be done with it. Easier to modify, maintain and you can do anything.

peralta_mike
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peralta_mike   11/8/2011 2:00:09 PM
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The LabView Arduino driver may just be $30 but LabView is NOT. I call LabView PigView since it is so large and bloated and Not Cheap. (It does have it uses - but cheap and lean it is not.)

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Navelpluis   11/3/2011 7:43:05 AM
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With this little information you better give us engineers a direct web page link...

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