Exhaust Gas Analyzer Software Screens

Enter New Vehicle Data Screen

This screen is where the user can enter information  on the vehicle they are testing.  This information is saved in a database. Vehicle information that can be tracked in the data base includes: License Plate Number and State; Vehicle VIN; Owner and Technician Name; Vehicle Manufacturer Make, Model, Year and Engine; Transmission, AC, ETC, Cruise, and Turbo.  Notes can also be entered on each vehicle.   If the vehicle you are testing is not listed, the software allows you to add it

     

Previous Vehicles

A quick way to connect to a vehicle that the Scan Tool has been connected to previously is to use this screen.  Most scan tools only track the past 2, 4 or 6 vehicles.  Our Scan Tool tracks ALL the previous vehicles unless the user deletes them.  All the information that is entered in the Enter New Vehicle Data screen (above) is saved in a database.  This information can be quickly sorted by most recent first, engine, make, model, license, or owner. A search engine is also provided so that you can find the vehicle you are looking for.

       

Analyzer Communications

This screen provides an overview of the current communication status between the gas analyzer and the PC.   Included on the screen is a summary of the vehicle information, the status of the communication between the PC and analyzer, and the software status

      

Real Time Data Grid Screen

This screen contains a data grid for data parameters to be viewed while updating in real time. Parameters can be reordered and sorted by Acronym, Description, Value and Units.

         

Meters Screen

The Meters Screens are used to display the gas data parameters in a larger format so that they can be viewed from a distance.   There are five meter configurations available: one parameter, four parameters, two parameters with bar graphs, six parameters with bar graphs, and a minimum/maximum screen.

      

Meters with Bar Graph

Meter Screens with bar graphs have a meter complemented by a bar graph which allows you to simply watch for a color change instead of a specific parameter value. This feature is very useful if you are watching your computer screen from a distance.

       

Meters with Min/Max

This screen allows you to determine the minimum and maximum value of up to six parameters.  While this screen is displayed, the software keeps track of the minimum and maximum value of the parameter.

     

Charts Screen

This screen allows the user to view the data parameters in graphical format. Up to six graphing windows can be displayed.  Graphing auto scale and various other controls (toolbar buttons) are provided to assist in different display options.  Quickly zoom in and pan to the data you are interested in.  Multiple parameters can be graphed on each axis of each chart.  The toolbar displayed at the bottom of the screen is used to pause the graphing so that you can scroll through all of the current chart data as well as any previous data (up to 600 frames) while you are scanning data and all of the recorded data while you are playing back a recording.

      

Charts Screen with Snapshot-Markers

The data parameter values are plotted on the vertical axis in reference to a frame number or a time value on the horizontal axis.   The value of the data parameter at the frame cursor is shown below each chart beside the parameter name. A snapshot-marker captures all the data values and sets a colored vertical line on the chart so that the user can easily find that reference point in the chart screen.  Snapshot-markers are made by selecting keyboard function keys. An unlimited number can be taken.

             

Exhaust Gas Analysis

This screen allows the user to perform an analysis of gas data by computing the minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation.  In the Charts Screen, the user can select the area of interest while viewing live data or during playback of a recorded file.  The compiled analysis data is available to print in a report.

        

Repair Effectiveness

         

Pass/Fail Limits

       

Data Record Screen

The user is allowed to record unlimited data.  So you can record as long as it takes to get the data you need.  You can make and save as many recordings as you like.  You are only limited by the size of your hard disk drive.  Play saved recordings back in real-time, frame-by-frame, or a multiple of real-time. Even if you are not in record mode, whenever you are scanning the software keeps a buffer of the last 600 frames of data.  If you see something you want to save while scanning, you can easily save this buffer.

    

Recordings

Data recordings made with the software are saved in the recorded file database.  The vehicle information entered for the vehicle is saved with the recording. Notes can be added to each recording allowing you to keep a record or each vehicle and an archive of common and unusual problems you have encountered. Saved recordings can be played back in the software, exported as text (ASCII) files or as EASE Software recordings so that you can share your recordings with other users of our software.  You can also import and playback saved recordings

       

Analyzer Status Screen

This screen displays all of the warnings and errors within the gas analyzer.  Each time a new error is detected; the software will alert the user to view this screen for the specific problem.  Error and warning detection include Low Flow Error, Overall status, zero warnings, bench operational warnings, A/D converter channel status, and calibration status.

       

Gas Calibrate Screen

The software allows the user to calibrate the gas analyzer using the optional gas calibration kit.  Automatic error detection ensures a good calibration.  The user can select each gas to calibrate as well as the calibration value.

    

Reports

The software allows you to view, print and save professional reports.  The following items can be included in the report: Snapshots, vehicle notes, min/max values, record notes and shop information. Click here to view a sample report

       

Information Libraries

Two information libraries are included:  Acronym and Parameter. The Acronym Library contains descriptions for over 1,000 automotive acronyms and abbreviations.  The Parameter Library contains the parameter name, units, minimum, maximum values, acronym and parameter type for each gas data parameter.

 
     
           
        

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