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For instance: <br>
1024 (1111111111)  will set pins 1 through 10 high<br>
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1023 (1111111111)  will set pins 1 through 10 high<br>
 
0    (0000000000) will set pins 1 through 10 low<br>
 
0    (0000000000) will set pins 1 through 10 low<br>
 
6    (0110000000) will set pins 2 and 3 high and all others low.<br>
 
6    (0110000000) will set pins 2 and 3 high and all others low.<br>
  
 
Note that this adapter does not provide a shutter device.  The [[AOTF]] adapter provides a shutter that can set pins of the parallel port.
 
Note that this adapter does not provide a shutter device.  The [[AOTF]] adapter provides a shutter that can set pins of the parallel port.

Revision as of 08:19, 10 March 2009

Summary:Interface to Parallel port on Windows
Author:Nenad Amodaj
License:BSD
Platforms:Windows
Devices:Windows Parallel Port
Example Config File:


This adapter makes the parallel port availabel as a digital output device, i.e., it provides a way of setting TTLs. It uses inpout.dll to talk to the parallel port. The pins in the parallel port are set using a single binary value, where each position in the number corresponds to a pin in the port.

For instance:
1023 (1111111111) will set pins 1 through 10 high
0 (0000000000) will set pins 1 through 10 low
6 (0110000000) will set pins 2 and 3 high and all others low.

Note that this adapter does not provide a shutter device. The AOTF adapter provides a shutter that can set pins of the parallel port.

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