- Configure all input channel settings for the attached sensors
- Load/save multiple hardware configurations
- Acquire data continuously or for a specified duration
- Generate output stimuli (fixed waveforms, swept sine waves, or noise signals)
- Log acquired data to disk in an .hpf file
- Display data in digital display or as waveform in Channel Plot window
- View statistics about the acquired data, including the minimum, maximum, delta, and mean values, and the standard deviation in the Statistics window
- Export time data to a .csv or .txt file
- Customize many aspects of the acquisition, display, and recording functions to suit your needs, including the acquisition duration, sampling frequency, trigger settings,filter type, and temperature units to use
- Includes all the features of the QuickDAQ Base Package plus these features and more
- Perform single-channel FFT operations including AutoSpectrum, Spectrum, and Power Spectral Density. Configure a number of parameters for the FFT, including the FFT size, windowing type, averaging type, integration type
- Supports Hanning, Hamming, Bartlett, Blackman, Blackman Harris, and Flat Top response windows
- Includes all the features of the QuickDAQ Base Package and FFT Analysis Package plus these features and more:
- Perform two-channel FFT operations including: Frequency Response Functions (Inertance, Mobility, Compliance, Apparent Mass, Impedance, Dynamic Stiffness, or custom FRF) with H1, H2, or H3 estimator types, Cross-Spectrum, Cross Power Spectral Density, Coherence, and Coherent Output Power
- Supports the following reference window types: Hanning, Hamming, Bartlett, Blackman, Blackman Harris, FlatTop, Exponential, Force, and Cosine Taper windows
- Supports real, imaginary, and Nyquist display functions
- Save data in the .uff file format
QuickDAQ data logging and FFT analysis software supports data acquisition (DAQ) and display from all Data Translation USB and Ethernet devices that support analog input streaming. Acquire data, record data to disk, plot and display readings, read a recorded data file, and export data to third-party applications.
- Can I use QuickDAQ with National Instruments DAQ?
my DAQ systems is NI 6361 and in the dropdown menu of QuickDAQ I can't add it. is there anyway to add it?Sorry, but QuickDAQ is only compatible with Data Translation devices.
- How to acquire data into sequential files?
We have an analog device connected on a DT9837 and would like to log data over weeks or months. The single hpf files are getting too large to handle, so we would like to configure QuickDAQ to automatically write to a new file after a given period of time, e.g., one hour.Hello - Generating sequential time or size limited data files is not a feature of QuickDAQ. To accomplish that would require the User to generate their own app using DASYLab, LabVIEW or the DT-Open Layers for .NET add-in with a supported IDE such as Visual C#® and Visual Basic .NET®.
- Can QuickDAQ log 24 channels(or more) across several devices?
QuickDAQ’s support for synchronizing multiple DAQs is limited to a select few pieces of hardware.
- How to change the per channel sampling frequency?
I am taking temperature readings using K-type thermocouples connected to a TempPoint data logger and I am using QuickDAQ to control the data logger. The issue is that it will not allow me to select a sampling frequency higher than 10Hz whereas I am more interested in a sampling frequency of say 300Hz. The maximum per channel sampling frequency of the TEMPpoint is 10Hz and determined by the hardware design, not QuickDAQ. Please reference the thermocouple specifications table on page 113, of the TEMPpoint user manual.