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Hi @TonyD,

To return the UL version number in Pythn, you use the get_config() library call.

Download this version of the UL Help:  https://www.mccdaq.com/pdfs/manuals/Mcculw_WebHelp/ULStart.htm

Click on Contents of not already selected.

Then go to Universal Library Function Reference >> Python for Windows  >> Configuration functions  >> get_config()

there you will find the Prototype:

get_config(info_type, board_num, dev_num, config_item)

info_type = GLOBALINFO

board_num = 0

dev_num is ignored

config_itenm = VERSION

Returns the specified configuration item.  so you'll need to preface the function call with something akin to:

my_version = get_config( GLOBALINFO, 0, 0, VERSION)



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