Press Release

  • For Immediate Release
  • 1/31/2000

Scientific Software Tools Inc. Announces a New 32-Bit Version of VisualSCOPE™ for Windows 95/98/NT® - Oscilloscope Application Requires No Programming

MEDIA, PA January 31, 2000 - Scientific Software Tools, Inc. (SST) today announced a new 32-bit version of the VisualSCOPE digital storage oscilloscope application for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT. Combined with a Keithley Instruments data acquisition board and DriverLINX driver software, VisualSCOPE transforms a users PC into a full-featured, two-channel digital storage oscilloscope.

VisualSCOPE allows users to measure, calculate, and save acquired waveforms. VisualSCOPE supports two analog input channels, four signal-display channels and an alphanumeric display. Using cursors, users can directly measure time, amplitude, and frequency values on the signals. Using the signal calculator, users can perform automatic measurements, store data to waveform memories, and perform signal-processing operations on the acquired data. Automatic measurements include rise time, area under the curve, and RMS. Signal processing operations include addition, subtraction, and multiplication of stored waveforms, frequency analysis (FFT), and filtering operations. Captured waveforms can be stored to disk or exported to other applications by Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE).

System requirements for running VisualSCOPE include an Intel or compatible 486DX or higher, 8 MB memory (Windows 95/98); 16 MB memory (Windows NT), Microsoft Windows 95/98 or Windows NT 4.0 or higher, and a supported Keithley Metrabyte data acquisition hardware board.

VisualSCOPE is available as a free download from SST's website.

SST specializes in developing award-winning scientific and engineering products for Microsoft Windows including DriverLINX data-acquisition device drivers, VisualSCOPE, LabOBJX Gauge, and LabOBJX Real-Time Chart. SST also develops scientific and engineering software for leading companies and is a Value-Added Reseller of Data-Acquisition Products.

For more information contact: Elise Furman, Scientific Software Tools, 1023 East Baltimore Pike, Suite 100, Media, PA 19063.

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