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Outram Research, a manufacturer of power-quality analysers, has launched an enhanced template function in Pronto, its analysis and reporting software.

This new capability provides ‘two-click graphing’, allowing non-technical users to produce complex graphical analysis of power-quality data quickly and easily.

The templates reduce the time needed to analyse data, without requiring expert knowledge of either power-quality or the Pronto software.

Users can select the data to be displayed, the colours to be used and can manipulate the as axes, including whether graphs are superimposed or stacked and whether the scales are automatic or fixed.

Templates are managed in a hierarchical directory structure, making selection of the required output intuitive.

Furthermore, Pronto uses a ‘traffic light’ approach to show which templates can be used with the data set that has been loaded.

A green light indicates that all data is present, amber that part of the output can be produced and red indicates that the data set is not compatible with the template.

The graphs produced by Pronto can easily be copied into a report produced in other packages, such as Microsoft Word.

Some users may have specific requirements – for example, monitoring specific harmonics, while consultants may want to produce consistent reports and other engineers need to monitor the same parameters over a long period of time, requiring consistent presentation of the data.

In addition to providing the new graph templating functionality, Pronto allows easy access to all data collected by the analyser.

This software can also manipulate and graph millions of data points, something that is not possible with standard spreadsheet packages.

Pronto works with the entire range of Outram power-quality analysers.

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