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DATAPAQ presents Insight 7.20

Enhanced features for temperature profiling software
December 18, 2012
Cambridge, UK - DATAPAQ, a leading provider of temperature measurement and analysis systems for all types of industrial heating processes, introduces the 7.20 version of its Insight software. Responding to customer feedback, the new release adds many features and enhancements that make the profiling of thermal processes easier and more efficient. These include a larger palette of colors for probes and the graph background and a color selection feature that enables users to better distinguish overlay probes on the graph. Moreover, the graph options in all full Insight software versions now allow the numeric zone set temperature values to be displayed on the graph. Further changes include, amongst others, a Contour Plot function for the Insight Solar and Insight Reflow versions, a new virtual probe to show the difference between the hottest and the coolest thermocouple, and product manuals that are now included as PDFs on the Insight DVD.
 
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Insight 7.20: overlay probes on the graph can now be better distinguished

DATAPAQ solutions are used to record and store temperature profiles in vari-ous industry sectors, including the photovoltaic, automobile, steel, electronics, ceramics, textile and food industries. A key part of these profiling systems, the Insight software converts raw temperature data into meaningful information that can be used to analyze, control and optimize thermal processes such as im-proving the quality of paint cure or increasing the yield on electronics reflow lines.



 
 
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