lbogdanowicz at optobionics.com
Thu Sep 12 07:40:53 PDT 2002
it'll take me a day or so to find and make sense of my code (I wrote it two
years ago). The pinout is very simple it is a regular rs232 cable, that one
can buy at fry's. I'll write back soon.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Raj Gupta" <gupta at mindspring.com>
To: "Les Bogdanowicz" <lbogdanowicz at optobionics.com>
Cc: <dektak at snf.stanford.edu>
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 2:04 AM
Subject: Re: printer problems
> Hi Les,
> Would it be possible for you to share this code with us all? We could
> post it as part of the "dektak" group for everyone to benefit. You will
> be saving us all the effort of finding the dusty manuals, correlating
> pin outs, uploading drivers, and writing source... what do you think?
> You will certainly have my gratitude :)
> Les Bogdanowicz wrote:
> > I wrote a program that takes all the data off of the dektak and puts it
> > an excel readable file. The data stream is simple to decode, anyone can
> > it.
> > Les
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Josie Matthews" <josie at sunray.snffab.stanford.edu>
> > To: <dektak at snf.stanford.edu>
> > Cc: <gupta at mindspring.com>
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 8:38 PM
> > Subject: printer problems
> >>Dear fellow-users:
> >>The printer which attaches to both Dektak IIA's is non-functional, i.e.
> >>power coming to the printer a manual line feed does not spool the paper.
> >>there another printer which can be used in its place. Alternatively,
> >>written an interface progam which allows a data dump from the Dektak to
> >>Any suggestions are welcome. (We've thought about using a digital
> >>thought it would be a little too crude.)
> >>- Raj & Josie
> >>P.S. please send responses to gupta at mindspring.com, by a "reply all".
> Raj Gupta, Director
> Nanotechnology & MEMS Consulting
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