WinLTP
Version 2.30
Leading-Edge Features
Special Features
Special Analysis Features
Ordinary Features
Additional Features
WinLTP Requirements - National Instruments M- and X-Series Boards or Digidata 132x Boards
 
WinLTP requirements
     1. Digidata 132x boards require a PCI slot computer or laptop computer  (3 GHz or higher processor recommended)
M- or X-Series PCI or PCIexpress boards require a PCI or PCIexpress slot computer with at least a 2.8 GHz Pentium 4 processor (e.g. with hyperthreading, the faster the better, multi-core processors supported).  M- or X-Series USB boards require a Dual- or Quad-Core computer with a USB 2.0 bus.
2. M- and X-Series boards require Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10 (32- or 64-bit); Digidata 132x boards require Windows 7 or 8 (32-bit only).  Note that Windows 2000 and XP are no longer supported in WinLTP 2.30.
3. 2048 MB of memory the minumum recomended
  4. 1920x1080 recomended
5. Data acquisition boards
        a.  National Instruments X-Series PCIexpress boards (including PCIe-6321, PCIe-6323, PCIe-6351, PCIe-6353), and M-Series PCI boards  (PCI-6221, PCI-6229, PCI-6251 or PCI-6259).
      Important: Do NOT buy National Instruments USB, PCI or PCIexpress 621x M-Series boards because they have no streaming digital output which WinLTP requires for jitter-free extracellular S0/S1 pathway stimulation.  In contrast, the 622x and 625x M-Series boards, and all X-Series boards do have streaming digital output and are fine.
      Also, do NOT buy the National Instruments 37-pin version of the PCI-6221 because it has only 2 rather than 8 high speed digital outputs, and is therefore only sufficient for S0 and S1, but nothing else such as the 4 digital outputs or the additional extracellular outputs for automated perfusion control.
    b. National Instruments USB 2.0 X-Series boards (including USB-6341, USB-6343, USB-6351, USB-6353), and M-Series (including USB-6221-BNC, USB-6229-BNC, USB-6251-BNC, USB-6259-BNC).
    c. Molecular Devices' Digidata 1320A and 1322A  (for WinLTP, NI boards work better than Digidata boards)