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WinDaq Software Replaces:
Chart Recorders, Digital Volt Meters, and Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

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  • No-programming Environment - Point and click your way around data acquisition, recording, playback, and analysis. If you can use a mouse, you can use WinDaq.
  • Instantaneous Real Time Display - Our high speed graphing software responds to signal activity without delay at sample rates as fast as 250,000 samples per second.
  • Fast Recording Capability - While you view the real time display, WinDaq streams acquired data directly to your computer's hard drive.
  • Automatic Time and Date Stamping - Allows you to correlate recorded data with date and time of occurrence.

More WinDaq software details (click on thumbnails to enlarge):


data acquisition setupDouble-click and enter the channels you want to acquire into the WinDaq scan list. Click to select gain, signal averaging, and peak or valley detection per channel. Click to define a single to 32-channel display, either triggered sweep (oscilloscope-like), or scrolling (chart recorder-like). Click again to define a sample rate ranging from less than one to 250,000 per second. With WinDaq/Pro+, you can even define different sample rates on a per channel basis.


calibrat.jpg (35254 bytes)Define a calibration per channel to display waveform values in meaningful units such as psi, °F or °C, amps, rpm, watts, horsepower -- any unit of measure you need.


record.jpg (36071 bytes)Choose the continuous waveform recording mode, or the triggered mode with selectable trigger level, slope and pre- and post-trigger times. WinDaq automatically time- and date-stamps, then streams acquired data to disk -- record as much data as you need. At the same time, WinDaq supplies a real-time graphical display of any or all channels so you always know where you are and where you're going. WinDaq allows you to record to disk up to 240 channels, and display up to any 32 at the same time.


annotate.jpg (34254 bytes)Of course, you can label any channel with text that describes it - "Motor 1," "Engine Speed," "Vertical Position," etc. But WinDaq also allows you to supply commented event markers while you record - "Beginning test phase 1," "Small vibrations noticed," "Starting cool-down cycle," etc. Your comments and our acquired data combine to form a complete diary of your data acquisition session.


playback.jpg (55129 bytes)Recording is only half the solution. The included WinDaq Waveform Browser playback software allows you to graphically manipulate waveforms in ways you’ve never seen on a PC. Compress an entire recording to one screen width for a bird’s eye view, then expand around an area of interest for a closer look. Use cursors to measure amplitudes and timing with computer-precision. Move to any event marker with the click of a mouse button.


multitsk.jpg (62406 bytes)Double your productivity and let WinDaq record while you review last week's results from your spreadsheet, or compose a memo with your word processor. You can even playback data already stored to disk while you're still recording.


analyze.jpg (52102 bytes)Waveform interpretation is easy with our built-in analysis functions. Apply frequency and filtering analysis with the WinDaq Waveform Browser FFT and DFT functions. Or analyze any range of waveform data with its statistics function. Use X-Y plotting to examine the relationship of one channel to another. Extended analysis functions allow waveform peak detection, integration, differentiation, arithmetic operations, and more.


export.jpg (53816 bytes)The WinDaq Waveform Browser can export any range of data to your spreadsheet, or any other analysis or presentation package you use. You can even copy a graphical image displayed by the WinDaq Waveform Browser and paste it directly into a word processing document. Finally, export any range of waveform graphics to your printer for a hard copy record.

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