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cnsla
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parallel and serial port support in OSX, Posted December 4th, 2013 #1
Dear Cedrus,

Does superlab 5 for OS X supports native parallels and serial port I/O or, still support only the hardwares in the List?

Due to delay and unstableness of USB-DAQ,
I'm wondering about connect PCIe card supporting parallel and serial signals like
http://www.startech.com/Cards-Adapte...rd~PEX2S1P552B

via Thunderbolt PCIe extensions like this.
http://www.magma.com/catalog/thunderbolt-pcie-expansion.

In my knowledge, thunderbolt is less-cpu dependent and might be more accurate in I/O timing.

I want to know if there some work around for using general parallel or serial devices.
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MonikaT
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Posted December 12th, 2013 #2
The parallel port is not supported. However, the serial port is supported for output in the Event Editor and there is support for input, though not as a general purpose input. For example, Lumina MRI Pads, PST Serial Response Box, SV-1, and RB Series Earlier Model Pads are all serial port devices.
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