Greetings LabJack Community:
I have a set-up where I am using a U6 with a RB12 to control 8 pneumatic valves. These valves are high precision 24V thin film deposition valves that will be pulsed hundreds of times over the course of an experiment. The pulse times for each individual valve will vary from 200 microseconds to 1 second or more.
My interest is to reproduce the pulse width, time, over the course of the experiment. In order to make sure that I have a reproducible pulse I want to use a Digital Delay Pulse Generator similar to this, http://www.quantumco...tor/9600-series. Ideally I have one channel of the generator representing a valve with the step curve defined. I would then trigger that channel to fire that valve via the LabJack. Unfortunately that above mentioned generator is about 3K so I was thinking of going an Arduino rout in conjunction with the LabJack setup. The idea I had was to send a signal via the labjack to the arduino that would pulse the RB12 channel for the pre-defined time. I hope I am making sense.
Do you think this rout is feasible or would you recommend another method.