TWL-1S Heat Stress Detector User Manual
- USB driver
Install the driver before TWLIT. The driver works in Windows XP/Vista/7.
- Microsoft .NET framework
Microsoft .NET framework 4.0 is mandatory. Downloaded it from official site. Maybe your PC/laptop has already installed .NET framework. We suggest to install it again.
- TWLIT installation package
TWLIT v.1.0.0 installation package. The user guide can be found in the session 'Document'.
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