SDK LINEUP™ SERIES
LineUP™ Series Software Development Kit (SDK) allows you to fully integrate LineUP™ series devices in all software applications. It has been declined in several languages, among the most popular ones in the instrumentation field (e.g. LabVIEW, C++, C#, .NET, Python…).
Key features :
- Save months of application development.
- Easy integration in your own software application.
- Object oriented.
The SDK is compatible with the LineUP™ series.
- Ease of use :
- Get started without programming knowledge
- All documentation and support available with SDK packages
- Get ready to run your application in less time :
- Use Fluigent Middleware to program faster
- Simple and ready to use pre installed code
- Adaptable to all setups :
- Full LabView, Python, C, C++, .NET integration
- Low level programming possibilities for textual languages (Windows DLLs)
- For Windows 32 and 64-bit operating systems, we provide support on:
- Window 7 and more
- Minimum hardware requirements are:
- 512 Mo of RAM
- Process Intel Pentium 1.6 GHz or equivalent
- Fluigent Middleware is a software abstraction layer:
- Handle LineUP™ chains as communication sessions
- For each session, more than 15 methods available for hardware interations
- By using the LinUP™ Series SDK, direct access to following Fluigent devices:
- Link: The platform main controller
- Flow EZ™: Pressure/Flow controller
- FLOW UNIT XS, S, M, L, and XL connected to Flow EZ™
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