DIKAI V2.5 Data acquisition system
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DIKAIV2.5 infrared temperature measurement system: This system is a data acquisition software specially developed for the infrared pyrometer produced and sold by Dikai Optoelectronics. The digital output interface of the infrared pyrometer is connected to the serial port of the computer through the RS485-232 converter, and directly receives the current measurement data of the pyrometer through the serial port. A serial port can meet the data acquisition requirements of 30 infrared pyrometers at the same time.
The software is green software, copyable and free to install. System work takes up less hardware resources. There are a variety of data acquisition speeds available, up to 20ms. Access database, a variety of data query mode, multi-interface curve display, easy to operate the lower machine. Friendly interface, easy to learn and use, free to configure. It can meet the needs of general data collection and online monitoring. Data storage in multiple formats, easy to maintain, especially suitable for comprehensive management of plant data, process records.
■ For infrared non-contact temperature measurement data acquisition;
■ Data communication by operating the serial port （RS-232）;
■ Adopt Windows graphical interface, friendly interface, easy to learn and use;
■ A variety of acquisition speeds are available;
■ The parameters of the lower computer can be modified by software;
■ The software displays the model and parameters of each instrument;
■ The lower machine ID is automatically scanned;
■ Historical data, curve query, display and printing;
■ Real-time temperature monitoring curve display, real-time temperature measurement value display;
■ Temperature alarm setting;
■ Long-distance transmission, up to 1.2km.
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