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Adept Scientific releases new data logging application

12 October 2014

Adept Scientific is now supplying Measurement Computing's DAQami, an advanced data logging application that allows users to quickly and easily acquire, view, and log data from MCC USB DAQ devices.

DAQami delivers a fast time to measurement for over 40 compatible MCC hardware devices. Once users have installed DAQami and plugged in a DAQ device, they're able to create an automatic configuration and acquire live data in five minutes or less.

Data can be acquired in volts and degrees, as well as custom units with linear scaling. Channels can be viewed on any combination of scalar, strip and block displays. Once data is acquired and logged, DAQami can be used to review the saved data file.


DAQami's flexible user interface makes it easy to customise display size and location, zoom factor and channel/trace colours. Users can also configure MCC DAQ hardware within the application, selecting sampling rate, start and stop triggers and sample count.

Adept Scientific has also released the second product in the USB-5100 Series of affordable, multi-channel data loggers from Measurement Computing. With a built-in LCD screen and support for temperature data, as well as current and voltage signals up to 24 V, the USB-5106 features four 16-bit analogue input channels, built-in LCD screen that displays readings, logging status, battery use and memory consumption, and 4MB of memory that stores up to 1.9 million measurements.

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