Berkeley Nucleonics has released a beta version of its control software to complement other options such as free Labview drivers and instrument-specific control applications.
The new software package, the DDG-MUC multi-unit control, is designed to give users an easy utility for commanding up to 40 instruments from a single interface.
The control tool is suitable for cloning setup parameters, monitoring event statuses or regenerating test routines.
For example, the user can control three different digital delay generators with the DDG-MUC.
This application requires 20 channels of timing and can be managed locally on a Windows-based PC.
The simplicity of the setup routine represents careful design considerations and the use of standard programming languages.
The user does not need to purchase any additional software and the DDG-MUC package is included with all of the company's products.