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    Fusion 2.5 and DAQ compatibility

    Hi

    I am trying to get Fusion 2.5 to send a signal to my DAQ (National Instruments USB 6009) so that when an object on the screen is clicked it sends a signal to the DAQ (this then drives a motor to dispense a food reward). Can anyone please help me with how I can do this?

    Laura

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    Hi Laura,

    Serial connectivity would be better, if you can get a serial connection. An ActiveX control would suffice too. I'm not 100% sure on the connectivity between this (if it's strictly USB only) and using a USB-to-Serial adapter would work or not but it's worth a shot.

    Any hardware based apps I have written in the past have always had serial connectivity.
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    Hi Danny

    I don't think serial connectivity is an option as I'm working off a new Mac. Could you possibly expand on the ActiveX control option?

    Thanks.

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    Hi Laura,

    The company who develops this piece of kit (or someone with access to the kit) could've wrote an ActiveX control to communicate with it. If there is an ActiveX control out there, happy days as you will be able to use this in Fusion 2.5 (Developer) - I noticed you have Standard.

    Alternatively, you could write your own extension to communicate with this piece of hardware. I suggest you Google information about connectivity and ways of communicating with this piece of hardware, then we can look at the real options of making this viable for you.
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    Thanks Danny. There is no ActiveX control but apparently the DAQ is compatible with C, .NET and C# compatible environments - any use?

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    If you know C or C++ then an extension could be possible, dependent on how you would communicate with the device... there is also a .NET extension that is compatible with Fusion 2.5, that could be of assistance. That's worth a try first for sure, failing that an extension could provide the best way forward...

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    Hi Danny

    Could you please tell me where I could find the .NET extension? I've hired a programmer to sort this out for me.

    Thanks,

    Laura

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