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Third-party controls for VB.net

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I am looking for a good third-party controls package for vb.net 2010. Mainly I'm looking for controls such as pressure gauges, vertical level gauges, thermometers, and graphing tools. I'm not necessarily looking for free stuff, I am more interested in professional looking graphics controls that I can put on a form that will respond the the value of variables (for example a pressure gauge control that I can scale from say 0 to 500 PSI (or some other range) with a needle that will indicate the pressure corresponding to some variable in my code.

I would also be highly interested in controls that would represent piping and valves such that I could indicate when a valve is open (perhaps turning it green) and closed (by turning it red)

For graphing, I would like an x-y chart that I could use to graph the value of several variables at one time in order to give my user an idea of how the process is trending.

This is somewhat of an urgent need so a quick reply would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Charlie
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