- Jul 3, 2015
Right, so that board uses a proprietary data protocol that WinDAQ, and the programs mentioned can decode. MATLAB also connects to it. That's good.
Have you tried installing the drivers? You might try running a student version of TI LABView to see if you can see your device?
Peregrine only parses RS232 data.
I know the both Windaq and Vitrnuzz (not sure of the spelling) "see" the device. In the former, it comes up in the drop down. However, I am not seeing any trace. The Windaq hardware goes from -10 to +10. However, not matter what I do, it does not work.
The LCD is reading correctly. Here is the device for the readout....essentially a voltmeter which can be programed so it reads watts rather than volts from 0 to 20. (I have to put a heat sink on my Ophir. OM-SGD-24-M