enDAQ LAB Software
Self-Contained Software Application
The enDAQ Lab (formally Slam Stick Lab) software is a completely self-contained software application (no drivers or installation needed). For more of a technical overview of the software and instructions, visit our help center. The current version is 2.1.
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enDAQ Lab 2.1 Update: Version 2.1 is a significant update, with new features, improvements, and important bug fixes.
Changes in this release include:
- • Support for Wi-Fi configuration on enDAQ™ W-series recorders
- • Improvements to, and simplification of, the Split IDE Files utility
- • Fixes and improvements to configuration import/export.
- • Fixed an issue with the date/time recording trigger configuration in some time zones
- • Incorporation of the Batch IDE Summarizer tool into the main application
- • Updated documentation and support links
- • Improvements to PSD calculation
- • Various bug fixes, minor enhancements, and numerous UI improvements
- Configures enDAQ sensors
- View multiple sensor channels concurrently
- Simple analysis
- Batch export and convert data
Our recorders / sensors are designed with configurability in mind because we know every application is unique. With the Lab software you can configure everything from the device name, to triggering conditions, to sampling rates, and even the per-channel calibration values.
The User Interface of the Lab software’s plotting view was designed for modularity of the many different sensor channels that can be enabled in an enDAQ recorder. Users can easily toggle between multiple tabs, drag and drop them into different areas of the screen, create new windows and select any number of subchannels to be plotted together, etc. The Lab software also allows for advanced visual customizations of plot colors, line widths, etc.
The Lab also comes with some analysis functionality such as generating FFTs, PSDs, and spectrograms.
Our enDAQ sensors generate data in our .IDE file format that contains all the necessary data to describe the sensor channels, calibration, device, etc. But we recognize that there are many different analysis tools out there that our customers like using and make it as easy as we can to export and convert data into more universal file formats like .CSV, .TXT, and .MAT.