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#14679 - 09/28/02 11:07 AM Software question  
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Gentlemen:
Once upon a time I had a program that allowed you to create and TEST control circuits on the PC. It was on a 3.5 floppy,and I guess I "lost it" with the last PC upgrade, and of course can't find the floppy.

Anyboby here ever see it, or know the name, and if it's still available???

Thanks, John


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#14680 - 09/28/02 02:36 PM Re: Software question  
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Try going the the LabView site. Not sure if it's too much electronics for your needs. Might help...


#14681 - 09/28/02 02:43 PM Re: Software question  
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You might have had The Constructor from cmhsoftware.com. Looked at it years ago. Very nice for ladder control diagrams!!

HTH

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