DCS-100A
Dynamic Data Acquisition Software

DCS-100A

Summary

To monitor measurement data with various graph and numerical windows To realize efficient data acquisition.
DCS-100A is a dynamic data acquisition software developed to make Kyowa measuring instruments even more powerful. The software enables easy interactive setting of various conditions and facilitates efficient acquisition of required data by showing variables under
measurement in varies graph and numeric windows on the display.
Measuring instruments to be controlled are the Compact Recorder EDS-400A, Compact Recording System EDX-10 Series, Universal Recorders EDX-100A, EDX-200A and Memory Recorder/Analyzer EDX-5000A, Sensor Interface PCD-400A/430A, High-speed Data Logger UCAM-550A and Medium Speed Network Terminal Box NTB-500A.

Features

●The basic operating method does not depend on the controlled measuring instrument, so even if the measuring instrument been changed, it still user-friendly.
●Y-time, X-Y, bar graphs, circular meters, and numeric display are possible.
●Measuring condition setting, data acquisition, data collection, data acquisition and file
conversion. For analyzing the acquisition data, an optional data analysis software DAS-200A is recommended.
●Large capacity data acquisition by computer's hard disk is available
●Automatic data collection is possible.
●Easy operation with the toolbar, function keys and operation panel
●During data reproduction, Allows Kyowa standard data format (KS2) to be converted to CSV and excel formats.

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DCS-100A
Dynamic Data Acquisition Software

DCS-100A

Common specifications

Operating Environment
OS Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, 8.1 or Windows® 10, English/Japanese
32, 64 bits support
CPU Core2Duo, 2 GHz or advanced
Memory If OS is 32-bit 2 GB or more
If OS is 64-bit 4 GB or more
Display 1024×768 pixels or more
Monitor Display
Y-time Graphs Allows up to 16 channels of physical quantities to be graphed on Y axis with X axis for time.
1 to 10 graphs per window
Y-time (All channels) Graphs Allows all channels of physical quantities to be graphed on Y axis with X axis for time in the same color curves.
Y-time (DIV) Graphs Allows up to 16 channels of physical quantities to be graphed on Y axis with X axis for time.
Zero point of each channel is moved freely to a desired position on a division of axis.
X-Y Graphs Variables of desired 8 channels each for both X axis and Y axis are graphed in free combination.
Bar Graphs One bar graph has up to 32 channels and 1 to 4 graphs per window.
Peak hold ON or OFF is possible.
(Capable of displaying peak values.)
Circular Meters Variable of 1 desired channel per circular meter
Bar Meters Variable of 1 desired channel per horizontal or vertical bar meter
Numeric Windows Shows numeric data of desired 1 or 16 channels or all channels. (Capable of displaying max. and min.values of every channel)
Graph Scale Capable of displaying auto-scale and full scale values on the Y-time graph (Y axis), X-Y graph (X, Y axes) and bar graph (Y axis).
The Y-time graph (Y axis) is able to change to 1 axis, 2 axes, or channel.
Over Input Indication Capable of displaying the excessive channel values in red.
Display Color Freely changeable graph by graph
Titles and Labels Sets a desired title and labels for X and Y axes
Number of Simultaneously Displayed Windows 32 numeric windows and 32 graph windows.
64 in total. (Including reproduced data windows.)
*However that the number of windows may be restricted by the CPU speed and memory of the PC.
Auxiliary lines Capable of displaying the desired auxiliary lines on the Y-time Graphs (X axis and Y axis), X-Y Graphs (X axis and Y axis), and Bar Graphs (X axis and Y axis).
(Up to 4 auxiliary lines each for both X axis and Y axis.)
Comparative Data Displays the comparative data (Previous KS2 format file) on the Y-time graphs, excluding the Y-time (All channels) graphs and Y-time (DIV) graphs,and X-Y graphs for comparing the monitor data.
The size of the data file is maximum 10 MB.
If the file size exceeds 10 MB, the DCS-100A displays the 10 MB data from its head.
Dual-display Capable of moving the numeric windows or graph windows onto the sub display
Channel Conditions & Measuring Conditions
Setting Ranges Applied recorder is set according to the specifications.
TEDS Information Reading sensor's TEDS information and setting to channel conditions automatically
(TEDS sensor only)
Saving and Loading Measurement Condition File Capable of saving and loading the sensor information file (CSV format file) on the channel conditions.
Data Reproduction
Y-time Graphs Allows up to 16 channels of physical quantities to be graphed on Y axis with X axis for time.1 to 10 graphs per window.
Y-time (DIV) Graphs Allows up to 16 channels of physical quantities to be graphed on Y axis with X axis for time.
Zero point of each channel is moved freely to a desired position on a division of Y axis.
X-Y Graphs Variables of desired 8 channels each for both X and Y axis are graphed in free combinations
Numeric Window Shows numeric data in a list.
Graph Scale Capable of displaying auto-scale and full scale values on the Y-time graph (Y axis), X-Y graph(X, Y axes) and bar graph (Y axis). The Y-time graph (Y axis) is able to change to 1 axis, 2 axes,or channel.
Display Color Freely changeable graph by graph
Titles and Labels Sets a desired title and labels for X and Y axes.
Number of Simultaneously Displayed Windows 32 numeric windows and 32 graph windows.
64 in total. (Including reproduced data windows.)
*However that the number of windows may be restricted by the CPU speed and memory of the PC.
Displayed Files Size Data file size that can be displayed at one time in the graph/numerical value display is max. 10 MB. If 10 MB is exceeded, then by setting the display range, display of an arbitrary range of 10 MB of data is possible.
Size of Data Files Available on a Single Screen Size of the data file displayed at a time on graph and numeric windows is maximum 10 MB. If the file size exceeds 10 MB, 10 MB data of a desired portion is displayed by setting the range.
File Conversion Desired range or data of a desired channel is
extracted and converted to CSV, XLS, XLSX, or RPCⅢ format file.
Auxiliary Lines Capable of displaying the desired auxiliary lines on the Y-time Graphs (X axis and Y axis), X-Y Graphs (X axis and Y axis), and Bar Graphs (X axis and Y axis).
(Up to 4 auxiliary lines each for both X axis and Y axis.)
Max., Min., and Average Capable of displaying the maximum value/minimum value/average value within the window on the Y-time Graphs.
(Capable of displaying the maximum value/minimum value/average value when the number of channels is 1 or 2.)
Dual-display Capable of moving the Numeric windows or Graph windows onto the sub display.
Setting Environment
Data File Destinations Measured data is saved in storage medium
of the controlled recorder. Also possible is direct saving in the hard
disk of PC, while it is limited by the sampling frequencies and the
number of measuring channels.
Automatic Transfer of Data Files Data files are automatically transferred to the hard disk of PC upon completion of recording.
Automatic Conversion Data files are automatically converted to format of CSV, XLS, XLSX, or RPCⅢ,upon completion of recording.
Optional Units Registers up to 3 user-defined units.
PAUSE Function While Recording Data PAUSE function ON or OFF is possible
Data Files
Saving Formats Kyowa standard file format (KS2)
File Coupling Data files saved in controlled recorders operated in synchronization can be combined to a single data file at the time of collection by the PC.

EDS-400A Control Specifications

Controllable Units 8 (Acquisition from simultaneous operation)
Interfaces LAN
Data Storage Measured data is saved to CF card in the EDS or data folder in the PC in KS2 files.
Channel Conditions Measuring channel, measuring mode (Strain/ voltage), range, zero suppression ON/OFF, test ON/OFF, calibration coefficient, offset, unit, channel name, measuring range, rated capacity, rated output,
numerical value display digits (Selection of arbitrary display items is possible)
Setting/Loading Parameters Loads parameters from EDS and sets the parameters in the EDS
Collecting Data Collects data saved in the CF card in the EDS via LAN or CF card in the PC.
Erasing Data Erases data via LAN
Environmental Settings
Hardware Configuration Number of connected recorders, setting device name
Allows hardware configuration of the recorder to be read if it is connected to the PC via LAN.
Communication Status Checked by reading the version of the EDS
IP Address Settable, from the PC via LAN. It is saved in CF card.
Measuring Conditions for Saving Data to CF Card
Sampling Frequencies 1 Hz to 100 k Hz (Depends on the number of measuring channels)
Data File Size Max. 2 GB (Depends on the number of
measuring channels)
Measuring Modes Manual, analog trigger, and external trigger
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset number
of measurements.
Trigger Measurement Start/stop recording based upon specified trigger conditions.
Trigger Conditions
End Trigger Settable
Delay Before and After Trigger Max. 2000 data points
(Depends on the number of measuring channels)
Trigger Channels 1 host channel
Trigger Level Sets in physical quantity.
Trigger Slope Up, down or both
Measuring Conditions for Saving Data in PC Hard Disk
Sampling Frequencies 1 to 10 kHz
Data Files Size Capacity of the hard disk
Measuring Modes Manual, interval, and analog triggers
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset number of measurements.
Interval Measurement Measurement is made automatically at preset intervals from the preset starting time
Trigger Measurement Start/stop recording based upon specified trigger conditions
Trigger Conditions
End Trigger Settable
Delay Before and After Trigger Max. 32000 data points
(Depends on the number of measuring channels)
Trigger Channels 1 host channel
Trigger Level Sets in physical quantity.
Trigger Slope Up, down or both

EDX-100A Control specifications

Controllable Units 8 (Max. 256 channels)
Interfaces LAN, USB
Channel Conditions Measuring channel, measuring mode, range, HPF, LPF, balance ON/OFF, calibration range, calibration ON/OFF, calibration coefficient, offset, unit, channel name, measuring range, rated capacity, rated output, the number of display digits (Display items are freely be selected.)
TEDS Reads sensor's information and sets to channel condition automatically
Collecting Data Collects data saved in the CF card in the EDX via LAN or USB or directly insert the CF card in the PC.
Erasing Data Erases data via LAN or USB in on-line or off-line
Setting/Loading Parameters Loads parameters from EDX-100A and sets the parameters in the EDX-100A
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset number of measurements.
Interval Measurement Measurement is made automatically at preset intervals from the preset starting time
Trigger Measurement Measurement starts/stops based on preset trigger conditions.
End Trigger Settable
Delay Max. 262144 values for both start and end.
Delay differs with the number of measuring channels.
Measuring Conditions for Saving Data in CF Card
Data File Size Max. 2 GB
External Trigger Trigger slope Up, down
Composite Trigger
Trigger Source Selectable from 2 desired channels of standalone or host unit, and 1 from external trigger.
AND or OR Logic is possible.
Trigger Level Sets in physical quantity.
Trigger Slope Up, down
Measuring Conditions for Saving Data in Hard Disk of PC
Data File Size Capacity of hard disk
Static Measurement Every time the DCS-100A starts recording data,the DCS-100A additionally saves the movingaveraged measured data in a single CSV format file in manual and interval modes.
Repetition Acquisition In long-term data acquisition, a specified amount of data (or time) is saved in KS2 file .
*Workable in manual mode (Data points preset).

EDX-10 series Control specifications

Controllable Units Max. 4 (Max. 16 channels)
Interfaces USB
Data Storage Measured data is saved in the PC as KS2 file
Channel Conditions Measurement ON/OFF, mode, range, LPF,balance, calibration coefficient, offset, unit,CH name, measuring range, rated capacity,
rated output, decimal point, chk.val.(Up),chk.val. (Down),
(Selection of any display item is possible.)
Sampling Frequencies 1 Hz to 20 kHz (1-2-5 series)
(Depends on the measuring channels)
Measuring Modes Manual, manual (Data points preset), interval,and analog trigger
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC
button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the data points preset.
Interval Measurement Measurement is made automatically at preset intervals from the preset starting time.
Analog Trigger Measurement Start and/or stop recording based on the specified trigger conditions.
Analog Trigger Measurement
End Trigger Settable
Delay Both start and stop, max. 262144 data items/channel
*Delay differs with the number of measurement channels.
Trigger Channels Any 1 channel
Trigger Level Sets in physical quantity.
Trigger Slope Up, down
Static Measurement Every time the DCS-100A starts recording data,
the DCS-100A additionally saves the movingaveraged measured data in a single CSV format file in manual and interval modes.
Repetitive Acquisition In long-term data acquisition, a specified amount of data (or time) is saved in KS2 file .
*Workable in manual mode (Data points preset).
Environment Settings
Hardware Configuration Setting of device's name, and measuring unit Configuration of device names connected to EDX-10B is possible.
Reading of hardware configuration from EDX-10B is possible.

EDX-200A Control specifications

Controllable Units Max. 8 units (Max. 256 channels)
Interfaces LAN, USB
Data Storage Measured data is saved to CF card in the EDX and/or data folder in the PC in KS2 format.
Channel Conditions Measurement ON/OFF, mode, range,LPF, HPF, balance ON/OFF, CAL range,CAL ON/OFF, calibration coefficient, offset, units,
CH name, measuring range, decimal point,rated capacity, rated output, chk.val.(Up),chk.val. (Down), internal calibration ON/OFF,offset ON/OFF, digital filter, sampling frequency
(Select dual sampling high-speed, low-speed,high-speed + low-speed)
(Selection of arbitrary display items possible)
Applicable Optional Cards ECAN-40A, ETIM-40A, and EGPC-40A
CAN Data Acquisition Max. 512 channels/unit of CAN data is possible.
(CAN data is saved to CF card in the EDX-200A)
Point Zero Manual Measurement In multiple units of EDX-200A, allows the acquisition to be started at zero seconds (0 ms) based on clock data of GPS satellite.
GPS Synchronous Interval Measurement Allows multiple units of EDX-200A to be started acquisition based on clock data of GPS satellite.
GPS Data Acquisition Monitors and records GPS data such as latitude,
longitude, directions of movement, and speed
GPS data is saved to CF card in EDX-200A as NMEA format
DIO Settings I/O Points: Max. 8
I/O Settings: Sets every bit of digital input, digital output,
and remote-control input
Measuring Conditions for Saving Data to CF Card in EDX-200A
Sampling Frequencies 1 Hz to 100 kHz
(1-2-5 series, 2n series, or external clock)
(Depends on the number of measuring channels.Dual sampling supports)
Data Files Size Max. 4 GB
Measuring Modes Manual, manual (Preset data points), interval, analog trigger, external trigger, and composite trigger
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset number of measurements.
Interval Measurement Measurement is made automatically at preset intervals from the preset starting time.
Trigger Measurement Start/stop recording based upon specified trigger conditions (The trigger standard values are set absolute triggers)
End Trigger Settable
Delay For both start/stop, max. 262144 data points/channel
(Depending on the number of measuring channels)
Analog Trigger Trigger Channels : Any channel
Trigger Level : Sets in physical quantity
Trigger slope : Up, down
External Trigger Trigger Slope : Up, down
Composite Trigger Conditions Trigger Sorce : Selects from analog channels (Host EDX any 4 channels), external trigger, and manual trigger AND or OR logic is possible.
AND or OR : Logic is possible
Trigger Level : Sets in physical quantity
Trigger Slope : Up, down
Repetition Acquisition In long-term data acquisition, a specified amount of data (or time) is saved in KS2 file .
*Workable in manual mode (Data points preset).
Measuring Conditions for Saving Data in Hard Disk of PC
Sampling Frequencies 1 Hz to 100 kHz (1-2-5 series, 2n series, or external clock)
Data Files Size Capacity of the hard disk
Measuring Mode Manual, manual (Data points preset), interval,
and analog trigger
Static Measurement Every time the DCS-100A starts recording data, the DCS-100A additionally saves the moving-averaged measured data in a single CSV format file in manual and interval modes.
Repetition Acquisition In long-term data acquisition, a specified amount of data (or time) is saved in KS2 file.
*Workable in manual mode (Data points preset).

NTB-500A Control specifications

Controllable Units Max. 8 units (Max. 64 channels)
Interfaces CAN, a specified USB/CAN converter is required.
Data Storage Measured data is saved data folder in the PC
in KS2 format.
Channel Conditions Mode, range, zero, calibration coefficient, offset,units, measurement ON/OFF, decimal point,chk. val. (Up), chk. val. (Down), CH name,measuring range, rated capacity, rated output
Sampling Frequencies 1 Hz to 1 kHz
(Depends on the measuring channels and the cable length)
Measuring Modes Manual, manual (Preset data points), interval,
and analog triggers
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC
button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset points.
Interval Measurement Measurement is made automatically at preset
intervals from the preset starting time.
(Measuring interval of 5-step and 1-step are
switchable.)
Analog Trigger Measurement Start and/or stop recording based on specified trigger conditions
End Trigger: Settable
Delay: Both start and end max. 262144 points/channel
*The delay differs with the measuring channels.
Trigger Channels: Any 1 channel
Trigger Level: Sets in physical quantity
Trigger Slope: Up, down
TEDS Reads sensor's information and sets to channel condition automatically
Changing Stroke Changes the data before the stroke and after the stroke, when using a displacement transducer.
Static Measurement Every time the DCS-100A starts recording data, the DCS-100A additionally saves the moving-averaged measured data in a single CSV format file in manual and interval modes.
Repetition Acquisition In long-term data acquisition, a specified amount of data (Or time) is saved in KS2 file .
*Workable in manual mode (Data points preset).
Setting and Loading Parameters Sets and loads the NTB-500A internal parameters.
Environment Settings
Hardware Configuration Setting of connected units, communications cable length, device name, measuring unit settings, and reading hardware configuration from the NTB-500A is possible

UCAM-550A Control specifications

Controllable Units Max. 6 (Max. 300 channels)
Max. 20 (Max.1000 channels), optional software
DCS-106 is required.
Interfaces LAN
Data Storage The measured data is stored to the PC hard disk as
a KS2 file.
Setting Channel Conditions Measurement, mode, range, calibration factor, offset, unit, initial value, CH name, measuring range, decimal digits, upper limit, lower limit, rated capacity, rated output (Selection of any display item is possible)
Sampling Frequencies 1, 2, 10, 20, and 50 Hz
Measuring Modes Manual, manual (Preset data points), Interval, and analog triggers
Measuring Functions Measure, original
 Measure: Measured value = Sensor output value - Initial value
 Original: Measured value = Sensor output value
Calculation of Calibration Coefficients ON/OFF setting in all channels of one batch
 Calibration factor compensation: Measured value x Calibration factor + Offset
Channel Conditions Measurement, mode, range, calibration factor,offset, unit, initial value, CH name, measuring range,decimal digits, upper limit, lower limit,rated capacity, rated output
(Selection of any display item is possible.)
Initial Measurement Measures the initial value of each sensor.
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC
button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset points.
Interval Measurement Measurement is made automatically at preset intervals from the preset starting time.
Analog Trigger Measurement Start and/or stop recording based on specified trigger conditions.
Analog Trigger Conditions
End Trigger Settable
Delay Both start and end max. 3000 points/channel
Trigger Channels Any 1 channel
Trigger Level Sets in physical quantity.
Trigger Slope Up, down
Changing Stroke Changes the data, before the stroke and after the stroke, when using a displacement transducer.
Static Measurement Every time the DCS-100A starts recording data,the DCS-100A additionally saves the movingaveraged measured data in a single CSV format file in manual and interval modes.
Burnout Check For USM-51B/52B only
Setting and Loading Parameters Sets and loads the UCAM-550A internal parameters.
TEDS Reads sensor's information and sets to channel condition automatically when using USM-51B or USM-52B.
Environmental Settings
Hardware Configuration Setting of connected units, device name, setting for IP address
Reading hardware configuration from the UCAM-550A is possible.
Communication Check Checked by reading the version of the UCAM

PCD-400A PCD-430A Control specifications

Controllable Units Max. of 4 (Max. 16 channels)
Interfaces USB
Data Storage Measured data is saved on the PC hard disk
(in KS2 format).
Channel Conditions Measurement ON/OFF, strain mode, range, LPF, balance ON/OFF, calibration coefficient, offset, gage factor, unit, channel name, measuring range, number of decimals, rated capacity, rated output, upper limit check, lower limit check, offset zero ON/OFF
(Any display item is selectable)
Sampling Frequencies 1 Hz to 10 kHz (1-2-5 series)
Measuring Modes Manual, manual (Preset data points), interval, and analog trigger
Manual Measurement Measurement is made from a press of the REC button to a press of the STOP button or to completion of recording to the preset number of measurements.
Interval Measurement Automatically starts measurement at the preset time intervals.
Analog Trigger Measurement Automatically starts measurement when the preset trigger conditions are satisfied.
Trigger Conditions
End Trigger Settable
Delay For start/end, max. 640000 data / channel.
Trigger Channels Any 1 channel
Trigger Level Sets in physical quantity
Trigger Slope Up, down
Static Measurement Every time the DCS-100A starts recording data,
the DCS-100A additionally saves the moving-averaged measured data in a single CSV format
file in manual and interval modes.
Repetition Acquisition In long-term data acquisition, a specified amount
of data is saved in KS2 file at specified intervals.
*Workable in manual mode (Data points preset).
Hardware Configuration Unit name settings possible on the PCD-400A/430A
Number of connected units readable from the PCD-400A/430A
Automatic Data Files Conversion Automatic file conversion upon the termination of measurement (CSV, XLS, XLSX, and RPC Ⅲ formats)
Arbitrary Unit Settings Up to 3 user's units are settable

DCS-101A
Simultaneous Acquisition of Video and Numeric Data/Arithmetic Operations/FFT Analysis Optional Software

DCS-101A

Specifications

Operating Environment
OS Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, 8.1 or Windows® 10
CPU Core2Duo 2 GHz or advanced
* Core2Duo 3 GHz or advanced CPU is required for recording video, performing arithmetic operations, and FFT analysis simultaneously.
Memory If 32-bit OS, 2 GB or more
If 64-bit OS, 4 GB or more
Display 1024 x 768 pixels or more
Video Data Acquisition
Applicable Cameras DirectX-compatible web camera (Web camera that the OS can recognize as an imaging device)
Number of Applicable Cameras 1
Resolution 640×480 pixels or more
Frame Rate Max. 30 frames per second
Saving File Formats AVI
Number of Video Capture Windows 1
Operations Video data monitoring/recording in linkage with measuring operation
Zooming
*Resolution and frame rate depend on an applied camera.
Measuring Conditions for Video Acquisition
Applicable Instruments EDS-400A, PCD-400A/430A, EDX-10B,EDX-100A, EDX-200A, UCAM-550A,and NTB-500A
Measuring Modes Saved in the PC:Manual, manual (Data points preset)
Saved in the measuring instrument:Manual, manual (Data points preset), trigger
Video Playback
File Formats AVI
Number of Playback Files 1
Number of Playback Windows 1
Operation Play, stop, pause, frame-by-frame forward, backward, zoom, change of reproduce speed.
Synchronized Cursors Allows video and graphs to be reproduced with the synchronized cursors
Arithmetic Operations
Number of Calculation Channels 32
Calculation Channel Conditions Calculation ON or OFF, arithmetic expression (within 200 characters), unit, number of numeric digits on display, channel name
(within 40 characters)
Printout Preview and printout of calculation channel conditions possible
Reading & Saving Calculated channel conditions are read and saved as a file of calculated channel condition file. Matrix conditions are read and saved as a condition file (CSV format)
Operations Calculating channel data is monitored together
with measuring data and saved in the same
data file.
Arithmetic Expression
Applicable Channels Measuring channels, calculation channels
Operators and Constants +,-,*,/,^《 power》,P[I π](, [)parentheses]
Function SQR Square root
ABS Absolute value
SIN Sine
COS Cosine
TAN Tangent
ASIN Arc sine (Return value: Radian)
ACOS Arc cosine (Return value: Radian)
ATAN Arc tangent (Return value: Radian)
DSIN Arc sine (Return value: Angle)
DCOS Arc cosine (Return value: Angle)
DTAN Arc tangent (Return value: Angle)
LOG Common logarithm
LN Natural logarithm
EXP Exponent
HMX Max. principal strain
HMN Min. principal strain
HSM Max. shearing strain
SMX Max. principal stress
SMN Min. principal stress
SSM Max. shearing stress
DEG Principal strain direction
Measuring Conditions for Arithmetic Operations
Applicable Instruments EDX-100A, EDX-200A, EDX-10B, EDS-400A, UCAM-550A, NTB-500A, PCD-400A/430A
Data Save Folders PC data file folders
Measuring Modes Manual, manual (Data points preset) interval, and analog trigger
Sampling Frequencies Max. 10 kHz
*Measuring conditions differ with measuring instruments.
Others Arithmetic operations are not available when measuring the CAN data with the EDX-100A/EDX-200A.
FFT Analysis
Analysis Types Linear spectrum, power spectrum, cross-spectrum, autocorrelation, and cross-correlation
Number of Analytical Data 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, and 8192
Window Functions OFF, Hamming, Hann, Fejer, Blackman, and Gaussian
Number of Analytical Result Windows Max. 8
Image Display of Analytical Results Types Graph
Linear Spectrum Amplitude (Linear or log), phase
Power Spectrum Amplitude (Linear or log)
Cross Spectrum Amplitude (Linear or log), phase
Autocorrelation Correlation
Cross Correlation Correlation
Saving The analysis results are saved as DAS-200A FFT analysis files (CSV format).
Applicable Instruments EDX-100A, EDX-200A, EDX-10B, EDS-400A,NTB-500A, PCD-400A/430A
*Measuring conditions differ with measuring instruments.

DCS-104A
GPS Data Acquisition Optional Software

DCS-104A

Specifications

Operating Environment
OS Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, 8.1 or Windows® 10, English/Japanese
32, 64 bits support
CPU Core2Duo, 2 GHz or advanced
Memory If 32-bit OS, 2 GB or more
If 64-bit OS, 4 GB or more
Display 1024 x 768 pixels or more
GPS Data Acquisition
GPS Data Display During monitoring and acquisition,arbitrary selection of latitude, longitude,direction of movement, speed, reception status,and number of received satellites for display is possible.
GPS Data Files Formats NMEA-0183 (Extension: NMEA)
In the same folder as the acquisition data KS2 files, these are saved as a separate file with the same name as the KS2 file.
Applicable GPS Receivers
Interface RS-232C or USB connection (If USB connection, then a USB-to-serial port converter driver enables equivalent RC-232C connection)
If the PC does not have a COM port, then to connect using RS-232C, use a RS-USB conversation adapter.
Output Format NMEA-0183
Geographical Coordinates WGS-84
Connected Units 1
Models Confirmed to Operate HOLUX Comet USB/3XHL
SanJose Antares 48USB/UBX5
Measuring Conditions
Applicable Instruments PCD-400A/430A, EDS-400A, EDX-10B,EDX-100A, EDX-200A
Measuring Modes Saved in the PC:Manual, manual (Data points preset)
Saved in the measuring instrument:Manual, manual (Data points preset), trigger
*Measuring conditions differ with measuring instruments.

DCS-105A
CANdb file read optional software

DCS-105A

Specifications

Operating Environment
OS Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, 8.1 or Windows® 10, English/Japanese
32, 64 bits support
CPU Core2Duo, 2 GHz or advanced
Memory If 32-bit OS, 2 GB or more
If 64-bit OS, 4 GB or more
Display 1024 x 768 pixels or more
Applicable Instruments EDX-100A, EDX-200A
CANdb File Read Sets CAN condition of DCS-100A by reading CANdb file.
Applicable Conditioner Cards CAN-41A
Applicable Card for Optional Slot ECAN-40A (EDX-200A optional card)
EGPC-40A (EDX-200A optional card)

DCS-106A
1000-channel for UCAM-550A Optional Software

DCS-106A

Specifications

Operating Environment
Applicable Instruments UCAM-550A
OS Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, 8.1 or Windows® 10, English/Japanese
32, 64 bits support
CPU Intel Core i5 2.6 GHz or advanced
Memory If OS is 32-bit OS, 2 GB or more
If OS is 64-bit OS, 4 GB or more
Display 1024 x 768 pixels or more
Number of Acquisition Channels Enables UCAM-550A (20 units) to perform measurement in 1000 channels.

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