A complete software package comes with each SER1CH-UA
Finished applications, function libraries, and source code are
included. With these tools you can start acquiring data right away and
also write custom applications. Acquired data is easy to use with
other popular programs.
Summaries of the finished applications are shown below. Complete
descriptions are given in the PDF User Manual.
A complete software package with source code and executables is available for
Windows (serwin.zip) and
The most recent software and manual are always available for free from our
This is a digital volt meter program in two versions. DvmGui provides a
Windows GUI interface while DvmCmd is text only. Both display acquired
values as voltages or other scaled user units like inches. Data is
displayed as it becomes available, and is also written to an output
file. An initialization file is used to specify calibration and
display units. For convenience, two different unit scalings
are displayed on the screen for the single SER1CH-UA channel.
This calibration program is a companion for DVM. CalGui is the Windows
GUI version and CalCmd is text only. Both compute the calibration
values needed to convert A/D counts into scaled user units. The
calibration information is saved in a DVM initialization file.
Functions like Open, Close, and GetData are included for basic system
control. The functions are written in C and provide all the tools
needed for writing custom applications. Refer to finished applications
like DVM and CAL as examples. The libraries are available in static
or DLL format. See the PDF User Manual
for detailed function descriptions.
Using with Other Programs:
SER1CH-UA data is compatible with many general purpose software
packages. Some examples include:
EXCEL, MATLAB, GNUPLOT
Data acquired with DVM is saved as simple ASCII text files. It can be
read or imported by popular analysis and plotting programs like Excel,
MatLab, and GnuPlot. See the User Manual and software Examples
directory for a tutorial with GnuPlot.
VISUAL BASIC, LABVIEW, TESTPOINT
The SER1CH-UA function libraries can be called from a wide range of
programming languages like Visual Basic as well as programs
like LabView and TestPoint. LV and TP users should write their own
virtual instrument interfaces.