This month, get the IPEmotion software standard edition 1.09 for free
May 25, 2012 // Julien Happich
Ipetronik has announced a special IPEmotion software promotion, overlaping June 2012, allowing for new users to benefit from the wide range of features offered its IPEmotion software standard edition 1.09.
Designed for direct compatibility with all of the company's data loggers and other industry mobile data acquisition devices, IPEmotion offers the ability to collect and analyze data with just one click of a mouse, with repeated workflow automation, supporting applications such as automotive component durability testing, engine testing, in-vehicle climate control, process monitoring, test benches and long-term automotive test automation monitoring. The tool is designed to work with any hardware interface and is further supported on keystroke, allowing for real-time analytical capabilities during measurements with guaranteed data synchronicity, with the ability to immediately change display setups and views without interruption of a measurement in process.
For quick and easy data acquisition, the user only has to install the software and associated hardware PlugIn, and activate it from the IPEmotion software options menu. An Ethernet (TCP/IP) or CAN (2.0B according ISO 11898-2) connection between the data acquisition software and daisy-chained hardware is used to send configuration data to the modules and receive measurement data. Once data acquisition has started, online measurement data will be displayed automatically, with the ability to convert and store collected values into different industry standard formats simultaneously, making it fully accessible for later online analysis.
The free license is available at www.ipemotion.com/en/editions/standard_free
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