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LABoratory Workbench


LABoratory Workbench™ is a high-performance GUI data acquisition software package for Concurrent Computer Corporation’s iHawk Linux-based multiprocessing systems. LABoratory Workbench’s easy-to-use, point-and-click interface allows users to acquire, process, display and record analog data without the need for programming. LABoratory Workbench is an X/Motif-based application that runs under Concurrent’s RedHawk Linux real-time operating system. A set of symbolic icons and graphic displays represent data acquisition devices, file operations, signal processing tasks, and display options. With LABoratory Workbench visual controls, users can configure an operational data acquisition and signal processing system on a screen in minutes.

• Visual tools for configuring data acquisition and signal processing systems
• Fast initial setup time
• Simple incorporation of changes to measurements or experiments
• Pop-up menus for signal processing
• Power spectra
• Low-pass filters
• Signal averaging
• Histograms
• Triggering
• User-defined expressions
• Data Display
• Digital meter
• Oscilloscope
• X-Y plot
• 3D Waterfall plot
• Data Flow Control
• Multiplexing
• Demultiplexing
• Type Conversion
• Throttling
• Threshold and data matching
• Multiuser support with easy switching between experiments
• Comprehensive on-line documentation and hypertext help
• Support for a wide variety of commercial A/D PCI cards
Data Acquisition Without Programming
LABoratory Workbench leaves scientists and engineers free to concentrate on the research experiment at hand by providing a time-saving, visually-oriented, menu-driven data acquisition and processing configuration environment. LABoratory Workbench gives you complete no-programming control over Concurrent’s powerful iHawk data acquisition multiprocessing systems.

LABoratory Workbench provides a complete data acquisition solution at your fingertips. You can design an application by creating virtual instruments as fast as you can sketch a data flow diagram on the screen. Test and refine it immediately, using simulated or real data. Start and stop with the click of a mouse. Make data flow or processing changes in seconds. Adjust parameters while the application is running. You can even integrate your own or other vendors’ programs into a virtual instrument.

LABoratory Workbench not only allows non-programmers to set up and run sophisticated data acquisition applications, it can also be customized by programmers to suit a particular user environment. FORTRAN expressions can easily be incorporated into an LABoratory Workbench application as reusable custom icons.

Data Acquisition Control
LABoratory Workbench offers easy access to mode setting, measurement parameters, control and synchronization of data acquisition devices. Data can be acquired continuously in real-time or in runs of fixed duration. Multiplexing and demultiplexing of data to and from component channels is supported. Data flow features include type conversion and data pattern matching.

Data Management
LABoratory Workbench provides features to manage data acquired during an experiment. Management of data files includes names and headers indicating when and how data was collected and processed. In addition, user-customized instruments can be saved and recalled with parameter settings intact so that experiments can be identically repeated.

Data Display
A variety of real-time displays are provided including digitals meters, oscilloscopes, multiple X-Y plots and 3-D waterfall plots. Waterfall plots can be zoomed, translated and rotated about all three axes. Flow diagrams and data displays can be printed for use in research reports.

Build A Complete Data Acquisition System…As Easy As 1, 2, 3

1. Create a Virtual Instrument

With a mouse, you can select, position and connect modules to build a virtual instrument. Each module is a labeled icon with a specific function such as analog-to-digital conversion, multiplexing and demultiplexing, signal processing, storing or data display. Virtual instruments perform the operations they depict. Integrate optional custom software and sampling parameters as needed.

2. Refine Your Design

Before gathering real data, ensure that your instrument will perform as intended. Using pre-programmed test signals or previously acquired data, you can run your instrument and verify its functionality.

3. Put The System To Work

You are ready to gather live data. Replace the test signals with real inputs and select “Start”. You are now simultaneously acquiring, analyzing, and recording while displaying your information. Change settings as you go. Modify, save and recall instruments in ASCII or binary files. Data directories and files are automatically created, labeled and time-stamped. Data is now accessible to your other applications or third-party programs for post processing. Using LABoratory Workbench, you spend less time on the tedious tasks

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