ViewDAQ was object-oriented software that allowed you to create customized pages that displayed and graphed real-time data. The software was easy to use; a fully functional display page could be developed in as little as five minutes.Read More
ViewDAQ was object-oriented software that allowed you to create customized pages that displayed and graphed real-time data. The screen design window included a list of virtual instruments such as numeric display, virtual dial, virtual thermometer, virtual gauge, strip chart, slider and controls, compass, and dual compass. These virtual instruments could be dragged and dropped anywhere on the page.
Pages could be bound into a book containing one to ten pages. Up to 50 books could be in a library. An individual page could be bound into one book or several books.
ViewDAQ easily accessed a wide variety of ActiveX components. The set-up windows provided instant feedback as changes were made. This eliminated the tedious process of going back and forth between the design and view modes.
|Operating System||Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, NT, and XP|
|System Requirements||Campbell Scientific recommends using a computer with at least 256 Mbytes of RAM and a 500 MHz processor to achieve optimal performance.|
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
ViewDAQ runs on Windows 98, 2000, NT, and XP Operating Systems. Campbell Scientific recommends using a computer with at least 256 Mbytes of RAM and a 500 MHz processor to achieve optimal performance.