New data acquisition application software
Data Translation QuickDAQ 2013 offered free with optional FFT analysis packages to add full signal analysis capability.
Data Translation, Inc., has announced a new data acquisition software application, QuickDAQ 2013, that is available free and supports all of Data Translation data acquisition modules. Additionally, FFT Analysis and Advanced FFT Analysis add-ons are offered to build onto the capabilities of the base package.
QuickDAQ 2013 offers out-of-the-box measurement data support. The ready-to-measure application software allows the user to configure, acquire, log, display, and analyze data from any of Data Translation’s more than 150 data acquisition modules. Many customizable features are offered to suit individual needs.
Advanced options for signal analysis allow FFT algorithms on the measured data to view performance characteristics, important to engineers and scientists. Offerings now available for immediate download:
- QuickDAQ 2013 Base Package – Free
- QuickDAQ 2013 FFT Analysis Package
- QuickDAQ 2013 Advanced FFT Analysis Package
“QuickDAQ 2013 has been designed to accommodate a wide variety of sensor types and various throughput speeds for our many OEM’s and end-users,” said Fred Molinari, President and CEO. “Now customers can use one application software package for many measurement needs with no software changes.”
Edited by Peter Welander, email@example.com
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