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As measurement and instrumentation is in constant change because of technical progress, bmcm measuring hardware is continuously developed further.
The USB-OI16 can directly be operated with bmcm's professional measuring software NextView supporting the complete function range of the device.
To meet new requirements resulting from new and further developments of measurement equipment, BMC Messsysteme now releases the bmcm Software Collection 4.6.
Bmcm measurement technology is distributed directly or online, via the web shop of BMC Messsysteme GmbH.
The described applications have all been realized with products of bmcm.
Example scripts for the bmcm DAQ hardware are available for free download on the new NextView website.
Long-time measurement with the AMS42-LAN16f and analysis of measured data is possible with the software NextView4 by bmcm.
Depending on the demands, two revised versions are available at bmcm.
If professional data acquisition is required, however, the long-time specialist for PC measurement, BMC Messsysteme GmbH (bmcm) focuses on the LAN network.
Munich, Germany, October 13, 2011 --( The USB-PIO of BMC Messsysteme GmbH (bmcm), longtime specialist for PC measurement technology "made in Germany," looks back on an impressive success story.
Maisach, Germany, July 23, 2011 --( BMC Messsysteme GmbH (bmcm), long-time manufacturer for PC measurement technology made in Germany introduces its latest developments in the range of data acquisition publishing the revised version of its "DATA ACQUISITION" catalog.
Maisach, Germany, July 14, 2011 --( With the demo board ZU-DBD, BMC Messsysteme GmbH (bmcm), manufacturer for measurement technology made in Germany, introduces a convenient tool to simulate analog signals.