Data transfer tools include:
FlukeView extends the documenting capability of your MultiFunction Counter. Toolbar buttons like Display Screen allow you to capture and display screens (WaveForm, Values or Statistics mode) and waveforms on your PC. These can be printed from within FlukeView, or transferred to your word processor for preparing reports. Text can be combined with images to record measurement conditions. The enhanced Print Preview can print multiple windows on a single sheet of paper. Copy lets you copy graphics onto the Windows clipboard, for pasting into word processors, fax programs and the like.
Save screens, waveform data and setups for future reference. Create your own library of known good signals. Screens, waveforms and setups can be saved as FlukeView (.fvf) files, which contain data as well as graphics. Alternatively, images can be stored in .hgl, .bmp and .pcx graphics file formats, with descriptions to identify the data. Numerical waveform data can also be saved into ASCII files with .csv and .txt file extensions, making it easy to import the data into spreadsheets.
The Waveform buttons allow you to display waveform memories on your PC. You can compare captured waveforms against known good waveforms from previous measurements Cursors and zooming give easy comparison between waveforms shown in a window. Use the Spectrum Tool for a more detailed analysis of the captured WaveForm.
Log measurement values over time to, for example, look at an oscillator's warm-up time or long term drift of a critical reference oscillator. You can either select one or multiple values to log on your PC. Each value will be displayed in a separate window for detailed analysis.