NORTON, MA /PRNewswire/ -- Measurement Computing Corp., a value leader in data acquisition, announced the pre-release of DAQami out-of-the-box software, which allows users of MCC DAQ hardware to acquire, view, and log data quickly and easily. The fully tested, pre-release version is available as a free download from the MCC Web site.
DAQami can acquire sensor data in volts and degrees, as well as custom units with linear scaling. Channels can be viewed on any combination of scalar, strip, and block displays. Once data is acquired and logged, DAQami can be used to review the saved data file.
The DAQami user interface is very flexible and provides the ability to customize display size and location, zoom factor, and channel/trace colors. Users can configure MCC DAQ hardware within the application, selecting sampling rate, start and stop triggers, and sample count.
With its intuitive and easy-to-use functionality, DAQami lets users configure hardware, customize the data display, and begin taking data in minutes.
- Out-of-the-box software to acquire, view, and log data
- Configure device, channel, and acquisition options and save configuration to file
- View analog input or temperature data on any combination of scalar, strip, and block displays
- Customize display size and location, zoom factor, and channel/trace colors
- Simulated device capability available for testing different configurations
- Support for Microsoft Windows 8/7/Vista/XP
DAQami currently supports over a dozen MCC hardware devices, including the $99, 100 Ksps USB-201 DAQ device. Support for all MCC USB DAQ devices is planned.
DAQami 0.9 pre-release is available as a free download for a limited time. To enhance evaluation, a simulated MCC DAQ device is included, allowing users to evaluate the software without first investing in the hardware.
For complete information on DAQami, including how to download and a list of supported USB DAQ devices, visit the company's Web site.
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Measurement Computing Corp. is a market leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of value-priced data acquisition hardware and test and measurement software solutions for both programmers and nonprogrammers.