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Any Kind of Machinery and Sensors

iDaq is a general purpose data logger capable to acquire, store and analyze data coming from many types of machinery such as Fanuc, Allen-Bradley, Siemens, and Heidenhain PLCs among others, National Instruments-based test benches and lab tests, and any kind of physical sensor.


A Strategic Approach to Measurement

iDaq has the ability to very accurately measure very high-speed phenomena that escape most other data collection tools. It is the ideal platform for scientific analysis, technical investigation and strategic decisions based on data: for this reason, it has been chosen by various companies and research centers in the world. It's easy, scalable, and it can adapt to the change of your business.


No Special Skills Are Required

Handling multiple data sources simultaneously and executing multi-tasking performances contribute to making data acquisition experiences easy and efficient. iDaq is the perfect data logger for non-technical users who want to visualize and store data avoiding hardware configuration details. No special skills are required, iDaq is the easiest way to visualize signals and save data in just a few clicks.


Drastically Reduce Times of Configuration

iDaq recognizes acquisition hardware and automatically configures it to exploit its full potential. Moreover, iDaq has an intuitive interface that simplifies the management of all the connected sensors and devices. As a final note, a high-level system of data processing features completes the logger, as it allows to perform multiple operations at the same time.

And by integrating Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) technology, it is able to guarantee the synchronism of signals acquired from distributed sensors and devices.


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Maximum Flexibility to Adapt to Your Work

iDaq is designed to allow easy implementation and good manageability of any of its parts. In order to get the maximum of flexibility and to make it as dynamic and customizable as possible, iDaq is based on a module-based architecture structured on mainly two levels. It is divided in fact into two programs: iDaq Device Manager and iDaq Dock.

iDaq Device Manager is the application that acquires data from hardware, like Siemens PLC, National Instruments boards, ModBus, Ethernet IP devices.

iDaq Dock is a container of add-ons. It allows you to launch add-ons and to arrange them in projects. An addon is an application that processes, stores and visualizes signals and any other type of data acquired with iDaq Device Manager. 

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Systems and machinery

Below there is a list of real systems and machines to which we have already connected iDaq.


  • Beckhoff CN
  • Fanuc CN
  • Heidenhain CN
  • National Instruments
  • Omron PLC
  • Schneider Electric PLC
  • Siemens PLC

MACHINERY (Brand and type)

  • Agrati (presses)
  • Bausano (drawing bench)
  • CAMAS S.p.A. (assembly machines)
  • CMA Robotics (robot)
  • Coli Group (packaging machines)
  • DAN (Kawasaki grinding robot)
  • Farm Brass (ovens)
  • Frech (presses)
  • Gamma Cami (lathes)
  • Gleason (machining centers)
  • Herkules (grinding machines)
  • HOSOKAWA (blown film lines)
  • Hyundai (machining centers)
  • KOIKE (pantographs)
  • KOMAX (crimping machine)
  • Lesta (painting units)
  • LOGICON (packers)
  • Mazak (vertical machining centers)
  • MECOF (milling machines)
  • Mobert (sealer machine)
  • OTI (presses)
  • Pluritec (drilling machine)
  • PRATI (die cutters)
  • RPM (presses)
  • SCM CNC (machining centers for drilling and milling)
  • SEI LASER (laser labeling machine)
  • STS (milling machines)
  • TOS (boring machines)
  • Toyoda (machining centers)
  • XEIKON (printers)


  • Easy-to-use and intuitive interface
  • Programmable triggers to start/stop recording sessions
  • Quick set-up
  • Automatic identification of connected acquisition devices
  • Automatic configuration of connected acquisition devices
  • Intuitive interface to help user in every step
  • Powerful management of connected sensors: signal calibration has never been so simple
  • Real-time virtual channels, calculated from physical channels
  • Handling of multiple windows to better display real-time data
  • Real-time distributed computing network
  • Programmable with LabVIEW
  • Simplification of the management of connected devices
  • Perfect for non technical user
  • Simultaneously tests and measurements can be performed using the same acquisition hardware
  • Cloud backup
  • TSN - Time Sensitive Networking: synchronism of signals acquired from sensors and distributed devices