Video release for using Perl on JSB210B modules

Understand how to use Perl to control USB SPDT relays on any Windows systems.
GRANADA HILLS, Calif. - July 2, 2014 - PRLog -- J-Works. Inc ( has just uploaded a video to YouTube that shows an application programming how to control the JSB210B or JSB215B USB controlled relay module using the PERL language.   According to Paul Ryan, Applications Support at J-Works, "Perl is a family of general-purpose high level dynamic programming languages that combines features from many other languages."  One typical use is to tie togehter mixed systems and user interface. The USB controlled SPDT relay boards have up to 16 1/2 Amp relays.  This small form factor module replaces internal pc based plug-in cards for use in various test, control, monitor and measurement applications. Video can be found by clicking on "View Videos" link near the bottom of main web page @
About J-Works,Inc:
J-Works, Inc was founded in 1996 developing a line of Industrial Control Products, in 2002 J-Works introduced the first USB based Industrial Control product. Since then the line of USB products has continued to expand. Engineering resources have grown to provide technology designs including relays, digital IO, counters, WDT, encoders, switches, analog measurement, opto-isolation, ADC, DAC and various other control functions.

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