The Real-Time software allows you to view the data live as the meter writes it to the internal flash. This works by the software polling the meter every second. From the Real-Time software, you can export the data to a CSV file to make your own charts.
The Real-Time interface has a wizard option as well, to walk new users through the setup.
Another option is to press the start logging button. The software goes straight to a graph that shows your results in real-time.
You can also view the data as it comes to the PC in chart mode.
The Real-Time software has more features than the standard download software we looked at on the previous page.
You can even configure your charts with more options in the Real-Time software.
The software also has an email alarm.
You can configure the software to email more than one user.
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