Cincinnati, Ohio ‚â€“ The Industrial Automation Group of Advantech introduces ActiveDAQ Pro, a collection of ActiveX controls performing I/O operations. The ActiveDAQ Pro package contains: Device, AI, AO, DI/O, Thermo, Counter, and Pulse Control and can be used with any ActiveX controls with any development tool that supports them, including Microsoft Visual C++, Microsoft Visual Basic, Borland C++ Builder, Borland Delphi, and Microsoft Visual Studio.NET.
ActiveDAQ Pro GUI control collection consists of abundant control components, which enable users to conveniently and quickly build graph display modules for data acquisition and easily develop prototype vision applications in an interactive environment without programming. These controls include:
–Button control for various displays styles (2D and 3D) and is a Boolean control that displays an on or off state.
–Graph control provides abundant graph display function, which enable the user to display data of various sources simultaneously.
–Intensity control offers two-dimensional display and simple interpolation for scattered 3D data points.
–Knob control is circular data control that provides various graph styles.
–LED control provides data display and editing functions with the seven-segment nixie tube mode.
–NumEditor control provides functions of numerical displaying and editing.
–Slide control is linear data controlling control that provides various graph styles.
Other ActiveDAQ Pro features include:
–Fully supports all Advantech DAQ cards and functions with complete high speed data acquisition.
–Easy to use property sheets offer selections which will provide an easy access to all settings, eliminating unnecessary programming.
–Independent control operation, needing no support from other existing ActiveX controls.
–Physical properties like voltage, current, and frequency can now be directly applied by the user and will automatically be reassigned to the data with proper input range and sampling rate.
–Straight-forward user interface ‚â€“ less hardware dependent.
–Optional lists vs. direct input. This eliminates a large portion of the direct data input.
–Default settings for quicker execution.
–Properties and parameters can automatically determine an appropriate data transferring method to perform the data acquisition.
–Parameter check-up and correction is automatically corrected.
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