Build: 3.0.0.600

User can customize X-Scale in StripChart (New Feature WNF-0183)

User can define custom values for Strip chart X scale adding a new keyword is setup.ini file. To modify the list of x size values, modify file C:\iDaq\addons\StripChart\setup.ini
In general section modify the values of the key customXSizeValues, separated by a semicolon, as illustrated in following example: customXSizeValues=10;20;50;500;1000;5000;3600

Build: 5.0.0.650

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.

Build: 3.1.0.574

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

In Strip Chart, point style is customizable (New Feature WNF-0123)

Strip Chart allows users to completly customize visualization. About point style, users can select one of the following values: no point, dot, square, and cross.

In Strip Chart, line style is customizable (New Feature WNF-0122)

Strip Chart allows users to completly customize visualization. About line style, users can select one of the following values: continuous line, dotted line, and dash-dot line.

In Strip Chart, line width is customizable (New Feature WNF-0121)

Strip Chart allows users to completly customize visualization. About line width, users can select one of the following values: thin, medium, thick.

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

Automatic definition of decimal digits for time axis (New Feature WNF-0126)

In Strip Chart, decimal digits of time scale are shown or hidden according to the time scale length. If time scale length is more than 5 seconds, Strip Chart automatically hides decimal digits. However, users can set visibility of decimal digits according to their needs.

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.

Clipboard on the Cloud (New Feature WNF-0130)

With Strip Chart and ASV, users can copy chart in the Clipboard on the Cloud and paste data in the Advanced Signal Visualizer. It is called Clipboard on the Cloud because data is not copied in the local clipboard; in this way, copy and paste can be done in two differenct PCs.
Once data has been pasted in the Advanced Signals Visualizer, signal can be manipulated as any other other signal loaded from a file.

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.

Management of multiple scales (New Feature WNF-0138)

Strip Chart shows multiple scales according to the ranges of channels in use. With this new feature, signals coming from different sensors can be compared even more easily.

Working of button Enable Trigger is inverted (Fixed Issue )

When Enable Trigger is pressed, trigger are disabled and vice versa.

Austoscale button doesn't take effect (Fixed Issue SC-15)

In chart palette, Autoscale Button doesn't apply autoscale when pressed.

Build: 3.0.0.523

When user presses Recording button and abort command from storage setting dialog, some buttons remain disabled (Fixed Issue )

When user presses Recording button and Strip Chart displays Storage Settings Dialog for the first time, user can edit storage settings and proceed or abort Recording command using [X] button in lower right corner. Aborting the Recording command doesn't reset internal state and some buttons remain disabled.

Build: 3.0.0.522

Recording at startup (New Feature )

This feature allows to start recording automatically when Strip Chart 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 Strip Chart has to start recording automatically in case of power OFF /power ON sequences.

Strip Shart is available as FREE Stand-alone application (New Feature )

Strip chart is available as FREE stand-alone application that allows to visualize and log real-time signals acquired from idaq instances across the network. Use Strip Chart to monitor your production lines, execute measurement campaings everywhere. Strip Chart is a FREE data logging solution capable to manage signals acquired from a wide set of device: more than 400 National Instruments acquisition boards.