- INSTALLATION - WINDOWS
- INSTALLATION - LINUX
- WARNING - LINUX
- INSTALLATION - MACINTOSH OSX
- COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE
- SEE ALSO
Device::LabJack - Perl extension for native access to the LabJack U12
use Device::LabJack; $idnum=-1; $demo=0; $stateIO=0; $updateIO=0; $ledOn=1; @channels=(0,1,2,3); @gains=(0,0,0,0); $disableCal=0; $ledOn=$1 if($ARGV=~/(\d+)/); # This turns the LabJack LED off if you run this program with a paramater of 0 (or on for 1) my(@results)=Device::LabJack::AISample($idnum,$demo,$stateIO,$updateIO,$ledOn,\@channels,\@gains,$disableCal); print join("\n",@results); # This prints out the current Analogue Input values
This module lets you read and write digital and analog data to and from your LabJack U12 device.
install labjack USB drivers perl Makefile.PL make make test make install
perl Makefile.PL make (nb: will install the LabJack drivers for your kernel if they're not already installed) make test make install
The "make" stage of installation will install the LabJack drivers for your kernel if they're not already installed. Remember to copy the kernel driver and do the "insmod" each time you reboot (see ./linux-labjack/INSTALL for details)
This is not tested. If anyone with a Mac wants this, let me know and I'll build and test it for you on my OS/X v10.3.9
The relevant modules and drivers are included for all operating systems (Windows users might like to first install the LabJack windows drivers v118e or above from http://labjack.com/labjack_u12_downloads.html [http://labjack.com/files/U12SetupV118e.exe]. Note: the "National Instruments LabVIEW" package is NOT required).
Device::LabJack includes these other modules and libraries from the U12 CD or web site:-
ljackuw.lib ljackuw.h ... provided on the U12 CD or web site linux-labjack ... provided by labjack.com in their v0.03b driver release
None by default.
Written by Chris Drake, Feb 1, 2003, updated by Neil Cherry with help from Clinton A. Pierce c. Aug 2003, reworked for multiplatform release by Chris Drake, Oct 25, 2005.
*PLEASE* report bugs, or send me updates/fixes you make: Find my current email address from the "contacts" page of my web site, at http://www.ReadNotify.com
This is free, providing that if you improve or add to this module, you email me the new version.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.