Article Features New Ways to Troubleshoot and Optimize Your DAP Systems
Using DAPcell Services
Bellevue, WA, June 23, 2016 -- Microstar Laboratories, Inc., maker of Data Acquisition Processor (DAP) systems for PC-based high-performance measurement applications, has added an article to its web site that highlights new features in its DAPcell software. DAPcell software manages the communication for a DAP system. The new features help developers trouble-shoot their applications and optimize the ways that they use their DAP systems.
Ease of use often means lack of transparency, but sometimes you really need to dive into the details to get more information. New features of the DAPcell Services, providing noninvasive diagnosis of configuration and capacity, help with that.
The article highlights three methods.
DAPcell Basic Server is included in the DAPtools Basic software package included with each DAP board and xDAP system. The recent DAPtools Basic 6.30 release is available on the Web site now.
About Microstar Laboratories, Inc.
Founded in 1982, Microstar Laboratories, Inc. provides high-performance data acquisition systems for a wide range of test and measurement applications. Data Acquisition Processor (DAP) boards and xDAP systems feature onboard memory and an onboard operating system, DAPL, that enable and maintain real-time processing and high-speed I/O. https://www.mstarlabs.com/
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Troubleshoot your DAPL software and optimize the use of your DAP systems with new software tools.
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