TITAN USB-DA10 provides application program to interface with the USB-DA10 10-port data acquisition module under Windows and Linux OS. This application program allows users to control all available functions.
The main dialog box consists of COM Port, Search Device, COM Port Status, Temperature Unit, Digital Output, Read Digital Input, Read Analog Input and Read Temperature.
COMX (COM port): When this field is checked, it shows the available COM ports of your computer. You can select the COM port for connecting the USB-DA10 data acquisition module to your computer manually. (After the USB-DIO drivers are loaded, you can find “USB Serial Port (COMx)” under Device Manager of the System Properties screen).
Search Device: When this field is checked, your USB-DA10 application program will acquire a COM port and connect to your computer automatically.
COM port status: This field shows the status of a COM port. When the USB-DA10 connected to your computer, it will show “Open Success!! Find USB-DA10”.
Centigrade/°C: When this field is checked, the temperature unit will be set to Centigrade (°C).
Fahrenheit/°F: When this field is checked, the temperature unit will be set to Fahrenheit (°F).
Digital Output: This is an output digital signal function. When “High” field is checked, the selected port of USB-DA10 outputs a high level signal. When “Low” field is checked, the selected port of USB-DA10 outputs a low level signal.
Read Digital Input: This is a read digital signal function. After “Read Digital Input” is checked, the message box shows “H” when the selected port of USB-DA10 detects a high level digital signal. The message box shows “L” when the selected port of USB-DA10 detects a low level digital signal.
Read Analog Input: This is an analog signal measuring function. When “Read Analog Input” is checked, the message box shows the input voltage for the selected port of USB-DA10.
Read Temperature: This is a temperature measuring function. When “Read Temperature” is checked, the message box shows the measured temperature for the selected port of USB-DA10. If the digital temperature sensor is not connected to the USB-DA10, the message box will show “999.99°”.