SensorConnect is the next generation in desktop sensing software

Highlights:

  • Configure and start large, time-synchronized networks of Nodes.
  • Visualize massive amounts of data in fully customizable dashboards.
  • Export your data to CSV to use it elsewhere.
  • Connect to a remote WSDA-1500 anywhere in the world via TCP/IP.
  • Log in to SensorCloud to analyze your cloud data with your local data.

System Requirements:

  • Windows 7, 8.1, 10
  • Hardware support of WebGL
  • An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later that's SSE2 capable
  • At least 4GB of RAM (Recommended)
  • Graphics card with DX11 (Recommended)
wireless inertial

Wireless and Inertial Support

Configure settings for both our Wireless and Inertial products.

When you are ready to collect data, visualize output from both product lines side by side.

Note: Inertial support is in Beta development. Not all configuration and data collection is supported.

Device Configuration

A wide array of settings are available for configuration, depending on the type of the device.

From filters and input ranges, to sample rates and power saving options, each device can be configured specific to your application's needs.

Once configured, the device will retain its configuration even after losing power. Combine this with the option to start sampling immediately on startup, and you can configure your entire network to sample how you want with the push of a button.

Wireless Node Configuration
SensorCloud Example

Export your Data

Export your data to CSV to analyze it in ways that are familiar to you.

Choose to export your entire data set, specific channels, or even just a section of interesting data.

Data that is exported from SensorConnect is in the standard MicroStrain CSV format, which allows you to easily upload your data to SensorCloud with the CSV Uploader.

Build Custom Dashboards

Create dashboards to help display and analyze your data.

Many data widgets are available, including a Time Series Graph, Linear Gauge, Text Chart, and Numeric Gauge.

Each data widget can display your selection of channels, and has configurable options such as mins, maxes, precision, and colors.