Start-up Software for 2700, 2701 and 2750
Series startup software, based on a TestPoint runtime, allows users
to configure the system, log multiple channels of data in real time,
troubleshoot any given channel, then send data to disk. The
configuration is created in the familiar Windows "point-and-click"
environment, so programming or writing lines of code is unnecessary.
software is designed to get basic PC-based data acquisition tasks "Up
& Running" as quickly as possible. It accommodates GPIB boards
from both Keithley and National Instruments directly, the RS-232
interfaces, or the Ethernet interface of the 2701. The software is
designed to run on PCs with Windows 95 (OSR2), 98, or
Current Device ID, then initialize the Integra with the click of a
button. The software determines which input modules are installed
measurement setups to add/delete, configure, and name the channels
to be scanned. Each channel can be programmed to operate
independently, allowing tremendous flexibility.
multiple channels that have the same measurement function, "group"
and "aggregate" channel setups simplify the configuration process.
A "group" list is a series of channels in sequential order, while
an "aggregate" list is a series of channels in random
configuration information can be saved to disk, then later
recalled as a specific start-up condition.
- The Single
Channel View (above) displays the measured data on a selected
channel. This is a good way to be sure the channel setups are
correct before initiating automated scanning or datalogging. In
addition, this functionality greatly simplifies
the acquisition sample size, trigger, and reading
- View the
real-time data graphically.
- Use the
Scanning Mode View (above) to scan and acquire data from multiple
channels. View up to eight channels at once on the
- View and
select the channels to be included in the scan list. A scan list
can be created to log data automatically from up to 80
independently configured channels.
the number of times to scan through the input channels, as well as
any delay times that may be necessary. Select from a variety of
trigger sources, including the real-time clock.
help is just a mouse click away.