Learn how to setup Dewesoft X according to your needs. Select the operation mode and see the hardware information. Learn how to add plugins and different extensions to perform the best measurement. Customize language, font size, background color, channel description), and much more.
Dewesoft X allows you to set up different display widgets for each input, for example digital meter, recorder, FFT analyser, etc. and arrange them freely in front of any graphic in your system to have a simple, but efficient overview of your measured signals.
Dewesoft allows you to set up different instruments for each input (digital meter, recorder, FFT analyser, ...) and arrange them freely in front of any graphic in your system to have a simple and efficient overview of your signals and measurement.
Storing strategies are very important for the entire System. That's why Dewesoft offers many ways of how to store data. Learn how to store data, which are the possible storing options, how to set up trigger conditions, what is data manager and how to use it and more.
The most important purpose of the Dewesoft analysis mode is also to export acquired data for offline analysis using other software. Data files can be exported to several different formats like FlexPro, MS Excel, Matlab, UNV, Famos, Text file, ... .
Perform a simple measurement with Dewesoft X2 software and a sound card and a webcam. Set the measurement channels, make a measurement and analyse data in our software. In the end, you can also make a report and export you data to several formats.
Simple measurement with different sensors and Dewesoft hardware. Basic presentation for new users, that will show you how to connect different sensors to Dewesoft hardware and how to perform the measurement.
With Dewesoft NET, your measurement system can be controlled remotely with the ease of use you couldn't imagine before. Dewesoft NET also serves as the center for Distributed Data Acquisition systems where you have multiple systems located either together or scattered across an entire continent. IRIG and GPS time will take care that data will stay synchronized, no matter how long the acquisition runs.
An electronic counter is a sequential digital device, which is used for counting the number of pulses that are coming at the input line in a certain time period. There are many different types of counters. The simplest type of digital counters track and count time and work similarly as a well-known stopwatch. This means that they can be reset and can count up to the certain value of digits.
Once data has been acquired, there are a number of things that you can do with it: review data, display data in selected instrument display with a signal overview, replay data, ... Post processing is a great feature which allows adding new math channels in analyse mode or modify existing math channels.
TEDS is a set of electronic data that specifies the type of sensor, describes its interface, and gives technical informations (sensitivity, bridge type, excitation, ...).
Telemetry is an automated communication process by which measurements are made and other data collected at remote or inaccessible points and transmitted to receiving equipment for monitoring.
Dewesoft provides a separate database for analog and counter sensors that contains a list and properties of all sensors that can be used in the software. Our sensor editors offer many different properties that can be easily adjusted.
Dewesoft X video acquisition module offers the possibility to acquire video signals synchronised together with other sources like analog, digital, counter, CAN, XCP, etc. A wide range of cameras are supported from simple Direct X web cameras, to high-speed, rugged DS-CAM cameras and IR thermo-vision cameras from FLIR.