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Data Translation unveils Measure Foundry 4.0

Posted: 20 Jun 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:data translation? measure foundry 4.0? matlab? mathworks? microsoft excel?

Data Translation Inc. has announced the availability of its Measure Foundry 4.0 that integrates the live measurement capabilities of Measure Foundry with access to MATLAB from MathWorks and Microsoft Excel for a robust math processing and post-analysis solution.

The product's drag and drop design combines ease-of-use with top performance that allows users to create complex test and measurement applications that access and control data acquisition functions.

The Measure Foundry's design also incorporates the look and feel of Windows XP. Users can now build applications in the familiar style of Windows pull-down menus. The Multi-Functional Group Box panel also allows users to combine a group of panels together in one panel or place them on top of any image to graphically simulate processes.

The Melting Pot Panel gives users the ability to create multi-line formulas to compute incoming/outgoing data as well as complete access to MATLAB Script functionality for numerical computation, scientific graphics, and signal processing. A user can define and execute MATLAB programs from within the Melting Pot for fast and easy visualization and analysis of collected data. Automatic data conversion support allows users to send and receive A/D or D/A data directly to/from MATLAB.

The product also includes direct thermocouple support that allows users to apply thermocouple linearization algorithms to any channel and view the live data in any display panel. Measure Foundry runs on Windows 2000 and XP, and is available for $995 with upgrades available.





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