Digatron - Performance Data Aquisition Systems - lap timing & engine monitoring gauges
Digatron - Performance Data Aquisition Systems - lap timing & engine monitoring gauges
 
Digatron - Performance Data Aquisition Systems - lap timing & engine monitoring gauges
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Digatron Analysis Software Changes

See Software Downloads for Windows Vista/Win7/Win8 software versions (V3.02).

 

Changes for V1.33

Dragster Digatron Software V1.33
DD_Setup.msi (3.11MB)

  1. Option buttons 'Passes' and 'Log Book' have been combined.
  2. Clicking on 'Passes' option button directly opens the Graphing window and the Log Book screen.
  3. Drivers and Tracks are now part of the Log Book.
  4. Drivers and Tracks screens have been split into two parts; Maintain and Organize. This was done so users with small screen resolutions could fit all information on their screen.
  5. Speed Cal number is no longer used. Therefore it will not be seen on the Download screen, Convert Files screen, or in the Log Book. If you are using a 'J' instrument, then you will need to enter your times for the 60 ft, 330 ft, and 660 ft points into the Log Book in order to have the software display the distance on the graph.
  6. Pass Review screen has been added to the Log Book in order for the user to change information associated with a particular Pass.
  7. A new check box has been added to the Configure Software screen. 'Automatically determine the starting point of each downloaded Pass' is checked by default. This means that during a download, the software will determine where it thinks the starting point of the pass is and when the Pass is graphed, the software will zoom into this point. Un-checking this box means that the beginning of the Pass is assumed to be the very beginning of the file. Whether this box is checked or unchecked, the user can still set the starting point where desired.
  8. The Graph context menu (opened by right-clicking on the graph) now has a Zoom In and a Zoom Out button. These work the same as the Zoom buttons on the right side of the graph.
  9. The Graph context menu now has an option called 'Use Original Zero Point For (function)'. The user has the ability to change the zero point for a Pass. When this is changed, the new zero point is saved away, so the next time that Pass is graphed, the new zero point is shown on the graph. If the user wants to go back to the zero point that was first calculated by the software, then using this option will recalculate this zero point.
  10. New Screen 'Histogram'. This shows tendencies in your data for a specified function in a specified Pass.
  11. If the user has entered 60 ft, 330 ft, and 660 ft points in the Lob Book, then these points will be shown on the graph with dotted lines.
  12. In the Legend, the Pass name is now shown in varying colors. These colors reflect the dotted lines on the graph that are used for the 60 ft, 330 ft, and 660 ft points.

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