Multiple launches push data acquisition forward

Several launches from Adept are interesting. First concerns two new versions of its DasyLab graphical data acquisition system for the PC. DasyLab 4.0 is native 32-bit for Windows 95/NT, while 3.5 is an extended version of the existing 16-bit system. DasyLab 4.0 also includes multi-board drivers for the first time. So data acquisition set-ups with […]

Several launches from Adept are interesting. First concerns two new versions of its DasyLab graphical data acquisition system for the PC. DasyLab 4.0 is native 32-bit for Windows 95/NT, while 3.5 is an extended version of the existing 16-bit system.

DasyLab 4.0 also includes multi-board drivers for the first time. So data acquisition set-ups with several boards can now be configured and run as one task. Both also have extended channel capabilities – to 256 via one serial i/f.

Second is Noesys, the first desktop software tool for Windows and Mac handling engineering data formatted as HDF. It also covers multi-dimensional graphical data analysis.

Third is the release of ComputerBoards’ low cost GPIB interfaces – for PCMCIA, PCI and ISAbus, offering transfer rates to 1Mb/sec and with support for most languages under DOS, Windows 3.1x and Windows 95.

And finally, there’s the Gram/32 data analysis and management software for spectroscopy applications – now under 95 and NT.

Adept Scientific, Tel: 01462 480055; Fax: 480213.

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