Data Logger Software
T-TEC data loggers are operated via the T-TEC Software. Operations include start, stop, download and graphing functions.
T-TEC software will run under all Windows systems known to date: Win 3.1, 95, 98, ME, 2000, NT, XP, Vista and Windows 7, 8 & 10.
CD Drive, serial or USB port, and about 3MB of free hard drive space. Interface to PC either through T-TEC cable for serial port or T-TEC cable for the USB port on a computer. T-TEC 501 type B dataloggers cannot be contacted via USB port.
T-TEC software is being updated when needed. The current version is 15.2, which supports USB port and Windows 10. New versions of the software still support an older model of the data logger. T-TEC 501 data loggers cannot be contacted via USB port.
The T-TEC software is available for free trial. A trial version may be opened 10 times. To buy or register the software, contact your local distributor (or us) for your registration key. Once registered, the software will display the name of the owner of the license. The trial version will also update an existing older program.
iButton thermochron loggers, with their interface and the TempTec-R Reader, can also be operated via the T-TEC software.
Dynamic Mapping or profiling is a new concept in the temperature measurement area. The T-TEC DyMap program creates a dynamic visualization of the result from many dataloggers, constructing a form of a movie which shows the total situation, within a certain process, area or room. Data loggers may be positioned in 2 or 3 dimensions.
Win98 or later, incl. XP, Vista and Win 7, 8 & 10.
Monitor resolution of 800 * 600 or better. For a graph with a large number of different colours, it may be necessary to increase the colour depth to 32-bit colours. 256 Mb RAM or more is recommended.
The program allocates memory dynamically, and in theory, there should not be any limitations on the number of loggers which could be included or the number of measurements in each logger.
Can be used with any data source
DyMap was constructed in such a way that it can be used with any non-Temperature Technology data, so long as the data fits the specific text file format required by Dymap.