RTMC Pro 4.1 includes the following enhancements from 4.0:
Added an Expression Builder to simplify creating expressions.
Added a Rainflow Chart component that displays rainflow data created by a CRBasic Rainflow or RainflowSample instruction.
Added Email Profiles that allow the easy use of the same SMTP Server, Username, Password, From, To, Cc, and Bcc fields for multiple alarms, Report Export components, or both.
Added the Backed/Veered tab to the Compass to display backed or veered wind direction as a bar on the compass.
In multi-screen projects, a red flag now appears on the tab for any screen with an active alarm. (An alarm can be seen when it occurs on a screen that is not currently being viewed.)
In CSI Web Server, when an alarm is acknowledged by one web client, all other web clients viewing the page will now see the acknowledgement.
Alarm emails now work in CSI Web Server.
The Value Forwarder now works in CSI Web Server.
Added the functionsSelectSwitch, AvgSpa, MaxSpa, and MinSpa to be used in expressions.
On a Table Display in RTMC Run-Time, the specific columns to view can be selected.
A Time Series Chart, XY Chart, Scope, or Rainflow Chart can now be customized in RTMC Run-Time if that option has been enabled in RTMC Pro.
RTMC Pro now works with IPv6 addresses. IPv6 addresses are written as eight two-byte address blocks separated by colons and surrounded by brackets (for example, [2620:24:8080:8600:85a1:fcf2:2172:11bf]). Before RTMC Pro 4.1, only IPv4 addresses were compatible. IPv4 addresses are written in dotted decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.197). Leading zeroes are stripped for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
Note: Although RTMC Pro now works with IPv6 addresses that can be used to specify servers, CR1000, CR3000, and CR800-series dataloggers will not work with IPv6 until a future OS release. To determine when IPv6 compatibility is added to the OS, check the OS Revision History.