Data acquisition software offers greater flexibility

03 August 2015

Perception 6.60 data acquisition software, from the HBM Test and Measurement range, has been upgraded to make adjustments for individual user requirements. 

The latest software offers increased flexibility to users due to a function that allows the main user to adapt the software according to the needs of other users. It also includes patented StatStream technology that is said to be able to process 100GB within 10 seconds.

The ‘User Definer Mode’ enables the ‘Definer’ to create and change workbenches with respective restrictions, define the functions a user may use or see, as well as protect all settings with a password. 

Perception 6.60 also provides an enhanced eDrive application for taking measurements on electric inverters and drive systems. It has improved cycle detection for subsequent computations, visualisation of cycle detection in the live screen for verification, integrated online help including enhanced connection diagrams and new live and time-based computations.  In addition it also features new computations in the ‘Formulas’, visualisations of torque and rotational speed as live curves, software-based sign reversal of measured rotational speed, angle measurement of the encoders used, and new RPC command for making entries to the ‘Information’ sheet. 
Perception is designed for use with the data acquisition devices of the Genesis HighSpeed family.

The GEN7tA transient recorder and data acquisition system offers the optimal solution for installation in control cabinets (19in) with capabilities up to 200 million measured values per second and channel. It also allows transient recordings and a continuous data streaming of 100 MB/s (1 Gbit Ethernet, standard) or 400 MB/s (10 Gbit Ethernet, optional) to an external PC, or 350 MB/s to an optional, removable Solid State Disk. Furthermore, the data acquisition system provides three slots for acquisition cards up to 224 individually configurable channels. 

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