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Combined Instrument Software

The Combined Instrument Software is the companion software to all ICT instruments. It enables the user to configure, test and deploy an ICT sensor with a simple and intuitive user interface.
Connecting to instruments is made easy by using an instrument discovery screen which finds any USB or radio connected ICT Instruments. Once connected to an instrument, Combined Instrument Software enables the user to make configuration changes, calibrate sensors, start and view measurements as well as download and view data.

To verify installation, or while used on a test bench, the user can start measurements and view results in real time. For instruments such as the sap flow meter and digital stem psychrometer, real-time strip charts show the progress of a measurement. Data files can be downloaded from an instrument for viewing or exporting. The Combined Instrument Software’s inbuilt data viewer can view the connected instrument’s file, previously connected instruments’ files, as well as data sent from site through an Telemetry Hub to the ICT Cloud Subscription Service. Data can be viewed in a table or plot, and channels can be combined from multiple sources for easy and powerful data comparison.

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The ICT Combined Instrument Software is Windows and Mac compatible.

Recommended minimum hardware requirements: Intel Atom 1.66 GHz and 1GB RAM or higher.

Operating Systems:
Windows 7
Windows 8, 8.1
Windows 10
Mac OS X 10.10 or newer

Contact ICT International for more information on the Combined Instrument Software and Data View.

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The optional Data View module requires registration and a data to the web capable sensor setup.

With Data View, you can view detailed sensor data information from anywhere, including detailed graphs and most recent sensor readings.

Optionally, the EnviroServe Cloud Server software monitors data from instruments and looks for differences in patterns over a pre-set period. It also compares data between instruments. All ICT Instruments and Hubs also monitor their own power supply voltage, temperature, wireless signal strength, etc. Changes in these parameters are also detected. When EnviroServe detects a significant difference an alarm is generated. Alarms can also be set to occur on high and low signal thresholds. When an alarm is generated, a report is emailed to pre-configured email addresses.

Weather Station Data

Weather Station data displayed in Dataview: Temperature, rainfall, air pressure and solar radiation.