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NCD Component Library Quick Start Guide

Introduction The NCD Component Library makes it easy to integrate ProXR controllers into Microsoft Visual Studio.  The NCD Component Library is a complete command set that eliminates most of the detailed programming, allowing you to take control of ProXR controllers using high-level functions. With the NCD Component Library, you will receive over 40 samples from A/D Conversion to Duration and Pulse Timing and best of all, it’s FREE!!  We want the user to be able to experiment with all the different samples available, so as of right now the samples cannot be downloaded individually. Quick Summary of NCD Component Library

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Scratchpad Memory Quick Start Guide

Store and Retrieve Non-Volatile Memory Introduction Scratchpad Memory allows you to store and retrieve up to 8 bytes of data in a non-volatile EEPROM memory within the NCD device.  Scratchpad Memory may be used for anything.  The memory contents have no effect of the controller.  You can use scratchpad memory to store important variables or use this memory to test for the existence of a particular controller. NCD Base Station Software Use NCD Base Station Software to store and retrieve non-volatile EEPROM memory within your device. After connecting your device to the computer, run Base Station software.  Choose the COM or IP

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Taralist Time Activated Relay Quick Start Guide

Taralist Time Activated Relay Controllers Introduction Taralist time activated relay controllers offer a low-cost solution for controlling relays based on a time schedule that is loaded into the relay controller from a PC.  Taralist series controllers use our Base Station software to manage all time scheduling operations.  Taralist controllers allow you to build an event list, which is processed every second, as it looks for time schedule match.  Each event has a priority, so events at the bottom of the list are executed last, and therefore have the highest priority over events in the top of the list.  Taralist controllers are

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Deprecated Technologies

Like all technologies, some become deprecated over time as newer, better replacements emerge.  This page will allow you to download resources for older deprecated technologies, explain why they were deprecated, and suggest modern equivalents that may be suitable for your application.  Note that some deprecated technologies are NOT out of production.  Please see Deprecated Content at the bottom of the list.  The Deprecated Content category will contain content for active products that will likely remain in production indefinitely due to their popularity.  Though the original designs will not be improved, the original content will remain available in downloadable PDF files.  All future products

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API Codec Quick Start Guide

What is the API Codec? If you are working with TCP/IP or Wireless communications, you might want to consider using the API Codec to handle all communication functions.  The API Codec will “wrap” standard commands with a Header, Byte Counter, and a Checksum, which eliminates the need for timeout command processing (the standard method of communications which stalls processing of commands). he API Codec is a faster, more reliable method of communicating to NCD devices, particularly when working with network- or wireless-based devices.  The API Codec makes communications more resilient to errors and eliminates timeout requirements of standard communication methods. 

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