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    Yokogawa’s WTViewerE Power Measurement Software Provides Multi-Unit PC Connectivity for Control, Data Collection and Analysis

  • Jul 03, 2017

    Yokogawa’s new WTViewerE software provides PC connectivity for the company’s industry-leading WT-series power analyzers - including the WT3000E, WT1800E, WT500 and WT300E models - via Ethernet, USB, GPIB or RS232 interfaces. This connectivity allows users to easily control, monitor, collect and analyze measurement data, and save measurements remotely.

    WTViewerE enables synchronized measurement of up to four WT-series power analyzers. The software automatically detects and lists connected units. After connection, users can view and change measurement conditions such as wiring system, voltage and current range, update interval, synchronization source and display format.

    The software supports split-screen displays for multichannel power measurements, allowing users to customize their analysis procedures. WTViewerE can simultaneously display up to 12 waveforms, eight trends, eight vectors and six harmonic bar graphs. Users can also save and load screen layouts.

    With WTViewerE, users can use cursors to zoom on specific areas of interest to show more detail on numerical, harmonic and waveform information, as well as specifying the data to be saved in CSV format.

    In the online mode, users have real-time control of measurements from each connected unit. Users can start or stop integration and remotely monitor and collect live measurement values. In offline mode users can analyze the latest acquired or previously stored data.

    Click HERE for further information about the WTViewerE power measurement software.

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