I want to have two (2) SuperLab 4.0 programs, each running in a different computer communicate via a Measurement Computing PCI-DIO24 I/O card in each computer. One computer is a Slave Computer (SC) that is controlled by events in the Controlling Computer (CC). The program in the CC outputs a TTL event to trigger an event in the SC. The SC is looking for a digital input to proceed to the next event.
However, when I look at SuperLab, the only option that shows is to output a digital output on Port B of the PCI-DIO24 card and to input a digital input on Port A. Ports A and B use separate pins on the connector, so I can’t buy a standard cable to connect the two PCI-DIO24 cards. Is there any way that I can get SuperLab to read input from Port B or to send output via Port A? I would like the CC and the SC to use the same Port. The I/O board in the CC would be set for output, and the I/O board in the SC would be set for input. Then the outputs and inputs would use the same pins on the pinout.