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Hello all!
I got the Acroname Programmable USB Hub based on BrainStem platform. I will use it to manage ports and read current.
They have development kit (BRAINSTEM DEVELOPMENT KIT) with examples for any languages like C#, C++, LabVIEW and python but no AutoIt.

The kit include BrainStem2.dll (x32 and x64), BrainStem2_LabVIEW.dll, BrainStem2CLI.dll and many examples.

Anyone used this dll and implemented it in AutoIt?

Please share some example for Device Discovering, User LED Flashing or power enable/disable on port to start play with this HUB

BrainStem Reference 

 

BrainStem2 lib+example.7z USB HUB User Manual s79-usbhub-3p_v1.10_0.pdf

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you could try  ,   use  Dll export viewer , for look inside a dll , the class name   , and  after  by autoit load the dll  and manage by class of dll , but i am not expert for this ,

read this  

 

could help you  i  hope

 

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