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Postby petterl » Wed May 02, 2007 3:29 pm

Hello

I'm trying to communicate with a ADC212/100 using the drivers in the ad200.tar archive. The driver can't find a compatible unit, but apparently it sees the 212. The status code is 2 (unknown hw), I think. If I turn off the power to the 212 I get status 7 (no hw found).

Isn't the 212 supported by the linux driver?
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Postby ziko » Wed May 02, 2007 3:36 pm

Hi,

Have you tried to see if the unit works with our software on a windows machine?

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Postby petterl » Wed May 02, 2007 3:54 pm

Yes, it works fine with the windows picoscope. (On the same machine, that is)
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Postby ziko » Wed May 09, 2007 12:20 pm

Hi,

I have looked into this but we can no longer support this driver for this products. Sorry to the bearer of the bad news.

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Postby petterl » Thu May 10, 2007 12:18 pm

Ok, that is bad news for us. We will have to try using labview then.

Is there any chance that you will release the source for the current driver?
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Postby ziko » Fri May 11, 2007 4:04 pm

Hi unfortunately there are no plans to do so.

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Postby petterl » Sat May 12, 2007 3:53 pm

That is just brilliant
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ADC212 on Linux

Postby rtedwards » Fri May 02, 2008 7:48 pm

> I'm trying to communicate with a ADC212/100 using the drivers in the ad200.tar
> archive. The driver can't find a compatible unit, but apparently it sees the 212.
> The status code is 2 (unknown hw), I think. If I turn off the power to the 212 I get
> status 7 (no hw found).

This is really a problem if the ADC212 is not supported by the Linux driver, since
the web page indicated that the Linux driver supports the ADC212 (in my case,
the ADC212/50). When I attempt to communicate through the parallel port, I only
get a "0" returned from adc200_open_device(), with no diagnostic messages
coming from a200lnx to suggest what the problem might be.

If I can't operate the ADC212 under Linux, then I'm going to have to return it
for a refund. It seems a shame, considering that it is the cheapest device for
the performance it delivers. Instead, I'm going to end up a week late on the
delivery of this test equipment. That does not make me happy.
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