Measurement software OXYGEN
flight analysisdata acquisitiondata display systems

measurement software
measurement software
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Characteristics

Function
data display systems, measurement, flight analysis, data acquisition
Applications
for aeronautics

Description

OXYGEN Measurement Software The OXYGEN measurement software is the most intuitive and easy-to-use software in the data acquisition sector, designed to be operated via touchscreen or classic mouse and keyboard. Its nice instruments and controls make it fun to navigate through tons of data. Made by DEWETRON. - All-in-one software for measurement, visualization, and analysis for many applications - Compatible with almost every DEWETRON measurement system including 3rd party components from Vector, GeneSys, and OxTS - Easily expandable with additional license options or plugins - Open to the world – including remote control capability via TCP/IP FEATURE OVERVIEW: - Data Acquisition - Recording - Setup configuration lock - Visualization - OXYGEN Viewer - Order Analysis (optional) - Power Analysis (optional) - Matrix Sampler for Efficiency Maps (optional) - Sound Level (optional) - Plugin Interface - Synchronization - Trigger & Events - Math & Calculation - Analysis & Postprocessing - Export Features - Video Input - Load external video - Sensor Database - Reporting - Remote Control & Data Transfer - Data Stream (optional) - OXYGEN-NET (optional) - ARINC-429 - MODBUS TCP plugin - MIL-STD-1553 - CPAD decoder plugin - TRION3-AOUT-8 - CPB Analysis - FFT Analysis - Swept Sine Analysis (optional) - IMU Support (optional) - Bird’s Eye (optional) - Ethernet Receiver (optional) - CAN-OUT (optional) - Vector-CAN (optional) - Vector FlexRay (optional) - XCP-OUT (optional) - EtherCAT (optional)

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