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lincoln
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SuperLab and Medoc Pathway, Posted April 23rd, 2014 #1
Hi All,

Does anyone have any experience in using Superlab and the Medoc PATHWAY Sensory Evaluation System concurrently? I am trying to find out information about getting the two systems to 'talk' to each other for one of my experiments.

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!

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Lincoln
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Posted April 23rd, 2014 #2
I am not familiar with Medoc, but generally, SuperLab supports output via an I/O card (parallel TTL lines) or serial port. The rest depends on what type of input Medoc can accept and making the right cable.
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Posted April 27th, 2014 #3
Hi Hisham,

Thanks for your reply. The Medoc PATHWAY device has the capacity for parallel interfacing by the use of external 8-bit commands. Do you know if this is a similar way to how SuperLab supports/communicates with its outputs?
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Posted April 28th, 2014 #4
You can send output from the computer running SuperLab using one of our response pads or via a Measurement Computing I/O card. You would need a custom cable in either case.
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