CellView Lite Software Lightens Your Data Load with its Easy to Use GUI

Press Release:
  Jun 22, 2009 — Electro Standards Laboratories (ESL), Cranston, RI, announces its CellView Lite Software that provides an easy graphical user interface (GUI) to use with their CellMite® Intelligent Digital Signal Conditioners. CellMites® connect directly to standard strain gages, such as load cells, extensometers, and pressure sensors. These extremely accurate conditioners simultaneously generate serial outputs for connection to PC's as well as +/-10V analog outputs. CellMites® are available in board versions or encased units.

The CellView Lite Windows-based Software easily guides users through adding or removing CellMite® units while allowing users to individually name each CellMite®, as well as save/load the CellMite® set up information. Other GUI screens walk users through the sensor set up and calibration process. CellView Lite features include the storage of calibration data for three sensors as well as the ability to tare and reset peak and valley for the sensors. This intuitive software also provides users with the ability to set output data with a quadratic filter as well as save dates, calibration, and sensor test information onto spreadsheets. The application also provides an Auto Test Settings screen in which users can enable tests to start and stop automatically with a click of a mouse!

For more information on our line of CellMite Intelligent Digital Signal Conditioners, call 401-943-1164; email: eslab@ElectroStandards.com; Web: www.ElectroStandards.com.

Tina Corticelli, Media Manager
Electro Standards Laboratories
36 Western Industrial Drive
Cranston, RI 02921
Tel: 401-943-1164
Fax: 401-946-5790
Email: eslab@ElectroStandards.com
Categorized Under: Signal Conditioners
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 Contact:Tina Corticelli 
 E-mail:tcorticelli -at- lab -dot- electrostandards -dot- com 
 Company:Electro Standards Laboratories View Company Profile 
 Address:work36 Western Industrial Drive 
 Location:workCranston, RI 02921  United States 
 Web Site:http://www.ElectroStandards.com