Today we have updated the latest version of MultiTool to 4.5.5.
This release brings new features to support the next version of the Hardware Simulator and an updated firmware for the network hardware (1.0.9). The simulator can operate stand alone without a PC connected once test data has been uploaded. The updated version will allow for a wider range of test data to be used.
A new alarm has been added to the existing waterfall alarm to allow alarms based on mode frequency and nodal diameter.
The Untwist functionality has been improved significantly to support more probe positioning options and improved calculations.
Various bug fixes.
Today we have released version 4.5 of MultiTool.
This release brings new features to support the next version of the Acquisition hardware. We can now support Inductive probes as well as optical probes.The probe type is now selectable from the editor. The default probe type is optical.
The new acquisition hardware also has automatic threshold implemented in hardware. We have tried several conditioning schemes over the last few years and chosen this approach as the most reliable for the applications we have been involved in. The conditioning type can also be selected in the Editor on a per probe basis. The default is Manual.
We have made some changes to allow interoperation with some partner devices.
As this is a point release anyone with a V4 license can update to this version free of charge.
Download the software here.
Further bug fixes and enhancements.