Build: 5.6.1.643

Object arrow (New Feature )

User can draw an arrow for each object in the panel.
This can be useful for building synoptic panels. It indicates the sensor position clearly.

Automatic arrow drawing (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports images created with EasyPin.
Easy Data Logger automatically places objects on the main panel, links channels and draws arrows.

 

Storage of digital signals (New Feature )

A new option to enable storage of digital signals has been added.
If enabled, digital signals are saved in the same file where analog data are written.

Storage: custom frequency (New Feature )

iDaq ADD-ONs allows storage of signals with a custom frequency, different from the available choices.

Application hangs up if user selects a lot of channels (Fixed Issue )

Easy Data Loggers hangs up if more than 128 text channels are selected.
Now, Easy Data Logger supports up to 256 channels.

 

Build: 3.6.1.600

Window used to move objects is placed in the monitor in use (New Feature )

Window used to move objects are now placed in the monitor in use, near the main panel of Easy Data Logger

New option to set visualization frequency (New Feature )

This new option has been inserted in General Settings and it allows user to set different visualization rate: from 1 Hz to 10 Hz. This value affects all the input objects (analog input and digital input) in the main panel of Easy Data Logger. Default value is 10 Hz.

Performance inprovement to manage of hundreds of channels (New Feature )

Several performance improvement has been done on channels in order to allows user to acquire and visualize even more channels

Text color property is used as default color for floating chart (New Feature EDL-137)

When a new floating chart is opened, text color of the object is used as default trace color

Chart object: increased size (New Feature EDL-138)

Chart object size has been increased

New action: Voice (New Feature )

New action text to speech to reproduct vocal texts

New action: Open Project (New Feature )

New action added which opens a project when a recording session starts or stops

New action: Set analog output (New Feature )

This new action sets values of one or more analog ouput lines when the recording session starts or stops

Text-to-speech supports more languages (New Feature )

Text reproduced by text- to-speech changes according to the languange of the operating system. Supported language are english and italian.

Auto-size font in the channel Selection Window (New Feature )

Font size in the Channel Selection Window is adjusted according to the text length

Smart text arrangement (New Feature )

This new option arranges object name on two rows if necessary

Object name in the palette (New Feature )

Object palette shows name of the current object

Multiple object creation in a single shot (New Feature EDL-145)

This new feature allows user to create more indicators of the same style with a single channel selection

New virtual channel: Power (New Feature )

A new type of Virtual channel is supported by EDL: Power. This virtual channel allows to calculate active, reactive, and apparent power

New position for the Application Editor and Move Window (New Feature )

Application Editor and Move Window are shown beside the main panel, top-right and botton-right, respectively

Locking of Virtual resources (New Feature )

Virtual resources that are used by objects in the main panel, cannot be edited

Locking of Edit Mode (New Feature )

EDL can be locked using a password in order to avoid unauthorized people to apply unwanted changes. When EDL is locked, edit mode cannot be used.

New arrangement of buttons in application editor and main panel (New Feature )

Enable/disabled trigger button has been moved in the main interface

Trigger configuration is maintained when object style changes (New Feature )

Trigger properties are maintained when object style changes. For example, if an out-of-range trigger is applied to a Gauge Object and style of this object changes to a Meter Object, out-of-range trigger is maintained.

Copy of common properties when change style is applied (New Feature EDL-148)

When an object style is changed to another, all the common properties are applied to the object (name, text size, description, chart color, ...)

Fill base line option for Chart object (New Feature )

Option Fill Base Line has been added to the Chart Object. If enabled, it fills the base line with the color of the line. This feature cannot be used with multi trace charts.

Duplicate session (New Feature )

From the Session Selection window, existing sessions can be duplicated. This feature allows users to create a new session by using an existing one as base.

Storage: custom frequency (New Feature )

iDaq ADD-ONs allows storage of signals with a custom frequency, different from the available choices.

Excessive use of CPU in Window 7 embedded (Fixed Issue )

When EDL is launched on OS without DLL for TEXT-TO-SPEECH features, there is an excessive use of CPU and Windows 7 embedded has not DLL for text-to-speech features.

Object editor cancel event has not effect (Fixed Issue EDl-140)

Even if user press CANCEL button on the object editor, changes are accepted.

Object editor include a button to edit x scale Range (Fixed Issue EDL-139)

This button can be used to set the time scale range that can be used for Chart objects and for floating charts

Floating chart is opened in a undefined position (Fixed Issue )

Floating chart is opened in a undefined position. Now new floating charts are opened in the center of the screen

New action: Message (Fixed Issue )

This new action sends a message to smart devices when the recording session starts or stops

Unexisting virtual channels are shown in the resource list (Fixed Issue )

Iif a virtual channel is edited and its name is modified, old virtual channel is included in the list of resources and cannot be deleted anymore.

Char object - advanced editor is not centered (Fixed Issue )

Advanced editor of Chart object is not centered

If stop trigger switches, image csv file is not closed. (Fixed Issue )

Sometimes, if analog signals and image are saved, when stop trigger switches, recording session is closed correctly but image CSV file containing report of saved images is not closed. Moreover, when a new recording session started, new images are saved in the previous image CSV file.

Custom channel name is not loaded from disk in Easy Data logger (Fixed Issue )

When user changes channel name for storage purpose, custom name is stored, but not loaded by Easy Data Logger at next session execution.

Build: 3.0.0.494

Support of analog output resources (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports the management of Analog Ouput Resources. You can add object to manually drive an analog ouput.

Select Session window improved (New Feature )

Selection Session window has a new interface. Screenshot of sessions are show contemporary. Moreover, the Select Session Window allows editing of connection credentials for each existing session.

Interface improvements in the floating chart (New Feature )

Object text color is used as color trace in the floating chart only if it isn't white.

Range of Analog Ouput Objects is coerced to the iDaq range (New Feature )

User cannot insert a value that exceed the range values set in iDaq. Even if UseiDaqRange is disabled, if necessary, range values are coerced to the iDaq range values.

More details added to the waveforms saved in DSV (New Feature WNF-0124)

DSV files has an header reach of information regaridng saved channels:
* Channel name
* Resource name
* Device name
* Unit of measurement
* time stamp of the first sample
* sampling period

Smart indexing of saved channels (New Feature WNF-0125)

A smart indexing of channels can be performed when required. If different channels with the same name and device are saved, an index is appended to the channel name in order to avoid channel mixing. Channel indexing is performed only if necessary

In the Session Selection Window, a thumbnail of each created session is shown (New Feature WNF-0128)

The new Session Selection Window shows all existing-session thumbnails at a glance.

Selection by device in the channel selection window (New Feature WNF-0127)

In the Channel Selection Window, using a right click all the channels with the same device can be selected.

New way for editing of communication parameters of exisiting session (New Feature WNF-0134)

In iDaq ADD-ONs, the new Session Selection Window allows users to edit communication parameters of existing sessions in ease. User can connect to a CompactDAQ, CompactRIO or any other iDaq device, local or remote, in a few clicks.

in iDaq ADD-ONs, existing sessions are deletable (New Feature WNF-0133)

New Session Selection Window allows users to delete existing session in ease.

Session of iDaq ADD-ONs can be created on the Cloud (New Feature WNF-0137)

Session of iDaq ADD-ONs can be saved in:
* DropBox
* Google Drive
* Microsoft OneDrive

New Action to run third party commands (New Feature WNF-0101)

A new action can be associated to trigger switches, that executes comands from a command line console. With this new action, iDaq can operate with third-party applications to create reports, visualize and process recorded data automatically.

New Action to acivate DIAdem scripts on trigger switch (New Feature WNF-0100)

A new action can be associated to trigger switches, that runs DIAdem and opens a selected VBscript. With this new action, iDaq and DIAdem can cooperate to create reports when a recording session ends, or to visualize recorded data in a specific manner.

Chart scale is not updated with iDaq range (Fixed Issue )

Min and Max value of scale in chart object is not updated when channel range configured in iDaq changes.

Build: 3.6.1.472

Easy Data Logger has unified interface style (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger adopts a new interface style with orange buttons and slides designed in order to take advantage of touch screen displays. However, this interface is suitable for mouse.

Support for Digital Input resources (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger acquires and display digital input data. Digital Input can be represented using square LED or round LED.

Support for Image resources (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger acquires and visualize image data.
Any image data source can be used: USB cameras, GigaEthernet cameras, FrameGrabber, or simulated devices (as BMP JPG PNG player). Easy Data Logger does not support IMAQ format; be sure that format type defined in iDaq is not set to IMAQ.

Support for Digital Output resources (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows users to create buttons. When a button is pressed, the relative digital output resource switches according to the button value.

New object types (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows the use of different object types: Text, Gauge, Vertical Slide, Horizontal Slide, Chart, Meter, Round LED (NEW), Square LED (NEW), Button (NEW), Picture (NEW).

Support of multiple traces for the Chart object (New Feature )

The same Chart object can display more Analog Input resources.

Decimal digits for visualization and storage are separated (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger manages decimal digits for visualization and storage separately. For example, the analog input Channel0 can be visualized using a Text object with 2 decimal digits and stored using 3 decimal digits.

Multiple objects can be related to the same resource (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows the creation of different objects related to the same resource. For example, Channel0 can be visualized in the main panel usign a Text object, a Chart object, and a Gauge object simultaneously. When data will be logged, Channel0 will be saved once (not three times).

Dinamic resource change (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows changing of a resource dinamically without removing and creating a new object. Using the Object Editor, resource(s) related to an object can be changed in ease.

More intuite object move (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports the Move Mode. When move mode is enabled, object can be dragged in any position of the main panel without pressing any other button. This feature is very intuitive by using both touch and mouse.

Editable resource name (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows users to edit the name of Analog Input resources to be saved. Users can use the native name (iDaq channel name) or specify a custom one.

Editable background color (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows user to set the background color of the main panel window. Background color is editable from General Settings.

Editable Picture object parameters (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows users to edit the following parameters for the picture object: manual zoom value, autozoom. If autozoom is enabled, zoom value is defined in order to fit acquired images in the Picture object.

Editable LED object parameters (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows users to edit the following parameters for the LED object: LED color when ON, LED color when OFF, text when ON, text when OFF.

Editable Button object parameters (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows users to edit the following parameters for the Button object: color when ON, color when OFF, text when ON, text when OFF.

Easy Data Logger has unified resource selection mode (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports different resources: Analog Input, Digital Input, Digital Output, and Image resources. Resource selection and resource changing has a unified interface in order to simplify the use of Easy Data Logger.

Remove all objects in one go (New Feature )

All the created object can be removed in one go by using a specific button. this feature avoids user to delete the objects one by one.

Align all objects in one go (New Feature )

It performs the alignment of all the objects in the main window of EDL. The alignment automatically places objects by arranging them in columns.

Auto Recording At Start-up (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger permits to restore a recording session when the application is reloaded. If Easy Data Logger is closed properly, recording is stopped before closing application; hence, regardless of the value of Auto Recording At Start-up, recording will be not activated when the Easy Data Logger session is reloaded. Vice versa, if Easy Data Logger is not closed properly and a recording is active when the Easy Data Logger is shut down and if Auto Recording At Start-up has been enabled, recording will be restored when the Easy Data Logger session is reloaded. This feature can be useful for unmonitored systems.

Run-time palette (New Feature )

Object palette is a rapid way to access both basic and advanced features of any object. Object palettes change according to the object type. Actions that can be done using the palettes are: editing object parameters, opening a floating chart, changing object color, growing/shrinking text font, changing object style, applying zero offset, adding related resources to the text-to-speech manager, aligning all the objects, and removing the object.
The object palette is handy both for touch and mouse.

Exportation palette for floating chart (New Feature )

Floating chart has a intuitive exportation palette that allows user to perform one of the following exportation options: export data to clipboard, export graph image to clipboard, export data to file, and export data to file.

Clear feature for floating chart (New Feature )

Floating chart has a new buttons that clears the chart history.

Editable time scale duration for the floating chart (New Feature )

Floating chart allows users to set the range of time scale in order to adapt visualization to the acquired signals

New Triggers (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports new triggers to start and stop recording sessions programmatically. Triggers can be defined as conditions on acquired signals or timestamps. Supported triggers are: crossing value, in-out range value, select time(s) elapsed time, triggers on digital lines, GPS position changed, trigger on tokens, and global triggers.

Support of actions to be executed when a start or stop trigger occurs (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports a list of actions to be executed when a start or stop trigger occurs. Easy Data Logger manages two actions list: one for start triggers and another one for stop triggers.
Supported actions are: set digital output line, sound, log event to file, send a WhatAPP message, and send an e-mail.

Disabling of visualization (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger allows users to disable the object visualization in the main panel. When visualization is disabled, objects (text, gauge, picture, button, etc. ) in the main panel are not shown. Notice that acquisition and saving are not affected by the visualization status.

Saving of image data (New Feature )

Easy Data Loggers can save acquired images. Images are saved only during an active recording session. Images are saved in the same folder of signals

Management of iDaq Lock status (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger monitors the lock status of iDaq. When idaq is locked, some feature of Easy Data Loggers are locked too. This feature is available for ADD-ON distribution only.

Backup of settings when objects to be removed are detected (New Feature )

All the settings of Easy Data Logger are automatically saved in the session folder. In this way, it is possible to refresh all the application parameters when an existing session is reloaded. At start-up, if one or more necessary resources are unavailable (because its device has been removed from iDaq), all the objects related to the unavailable resources are automatically removed. In this case,
Easy Data Logger creates a backup (APP.BAK) of settings data before removing objects. To restore settings, close Easy Data Logger, restore hardware configuration, rename APP.BAK to APP.EDL and restart Easy Data Logger.

Automotically synchronization with iDaq configuration (New Feature )

Object names and ranges can be synchronized with iDaq configuration. In this cases, if channel name and range change in iDaq, name and ranges of the related objects changes in Easy Data Logger too. Synchronization is automatic: every time iDaq configuration changes, objects are updated.

Threshold evaluation for Analog Input objects (New Feature )

For Analog Input objects, threshold evaluation can be performed. This feature allows user to define a range and, starting from this range, object colors changes according to its value. For all the Analog Input object types except for Chart, the value of the related Analog Input resource is directly used to evaluate threshold status. For Chart objects, threshold evaluation is applied to all the related resources; if at least a resource is out of range, the Chart object is considered out of range too.

Triggers automatically created from threshold (New Feature )

Easy Data Loggers allows user to create a start and a stop trigger from the defined threshold range (for Analog Input object only). A strat and a stop trigger can be created starting from the threshold. These triggers are automatically created from the threshold range and they are analog to the In Out Range Triggers. When the object is deleted or if the threshold evaluation is disabled, these triggers are automatically removed.

Performance improvements (New Feature )

Even if the device in use has a lot of channels, only the necessary resources are acquired. Moreover, a new and more efficient visualization management is used.

Precision move option (New Feature )

In Move mode, Easy Data Logger pertmits to move objects using drag and drop feature or arrow buttons. Precision move allows to switch between precision and rough move..When precision move is enabled, by clicking on an arrow, the selected object is slightly moved. Vice versa, when rough move is enabled, displacement is greater.

New frequencies of saving (New Feature )

Easy Data Logger supports several frequencies of saving. It allows data logging with a frequency from 1 sample / minute up to 1MHz.

Use Decimal point option for logged data (New Feature )

This option allows user to save analog signals using the system decimal point.

Recording at startup (New Feature )

This feature allows to start recording automatically when EDL is lunched, if it was recording when it terminated last execution. Take advantage of this feature for unsupervised recording sessions, long measurement campains and when EDL has to start recording automatically in case of power OFF /power ON sequences.