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  1. Was there anything there that looked confusing or difficult? I'd be more than happy to answer any questions you had about the code. The big motivation behind the LCD-216 was to design a module that could be inserted into the chassis, removing the need for any extra mounting hardware, enclosures, or power (<== THIS!!). The module can also be run on the FPGA (a simple example project is also on the website), which is a huge bonus to cRIO developers as the RT can sometimes become clogged. Most current display solutions also tie up the serial port, which is a precious commodity in a lot o
  2. Thanks! I'm really proud of this module. Honestly, one of the best things about this module is also the hardest to show on a spec sheet. It's extremely straight-forward to program. One guy came to NI Week looking for something exactly like this, bought one, and had it running in his project in about 4 hours. We really believe this could allow developers a simple solution to what we've seen as a big limitation of the cRIO. Now if only NI would support third-party on cDAQ!
  3. Hello, everyone! I wanted to introduce the new MH-LCD-216, the very first cRIO display module. This is something that we know a lot of people have been asking for, so we are very excited to offer this new module to the LabVIEW community. We debuted the MH-LCD-216 at NI Week 2012 and the positive feedback was overwhelming. The website below has additional information and don't hesitate to give me a call or post here with any questions. MH-LCD-216 cRIO Display Module Happy compiling! Jpeg
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