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and this is something I would love to discuss and get someone to help me fix. I have this old varian computer from the 80's that is used for GC integration(Varian DS654). That was my favorite integration system. Anyway, the HD got corrupted somehow. I think it was a huge 30KB or something.
The software and the analog voltage to digital interface were probably the the key. Be nice if I could adapt those to 2012. The interface simply converts millivolt readings to digital and the software calulates and shows a graph of peak height, duration, etc and calulates into percent of all peaks on the graph.
That was probably a $30K system in the 80's. There are modern boards for PC but they are real expensive and there was some major draw back that I forget now.
Last edited by alchemy; 12-05-2012 at 04:58 PM.