To use the DPD80, drivers must be installed first. For Window 8 and newer, the simplest way to install the drivers is to download and run the .msi installer. For Window 7 the driver might need to be installed manually, and this can be done by following the instructions in the link below.

Resolved Instruments RICU3 Driver for DPD80 - Windows Installer

Resolved Instruments RICU3 Driver for DPD80 - zip
See Manual Driver Installation on Windows 7 for instructions


pteroDAQtyl is a small program for real-time visualization and control of the DPD80. It requires Windows and OpenGL 3.3 or higher to run. 64 bit Windows is highly recommended.

pteroDAQtyl (64-bit) 0.9.3 (July 27, 2018)

The 32-bit version of pteroDAQtyl is not recommended, however is supplied here if required:

pteroDAQtyl (32-bit) 0.9.3 (October 15, 2018)


We provide prebuilt wheel packages of ripy for Python 3.5 and 3.6, 32 bit and 64 bit versions. Download the appropriate version for your Python installation and install with

pip install path/to/wheel-package.whl

For further information please see the ripy Documentation

ripy 0.9.6 (November 29, 2017)






If you prefer to use MATLAB, download our MATLAB toolbox.


For instruction on how to install this toolbox and begin controlling your device please see the matlab docs


For developing c applications libri can be used. Please see the README file, included examples, and the ri.h header file for further information. Also, please visit the libri Documentation - changelog - changelog - changelog