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NI FlexLogger 2021 R1

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NI FlexLogger 2021 R1


NI FlexLogger 2021 R1 | 5.6 Gb
Version: 2020 R1 (build 21.0.0)
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page :
Language: english, ??, Fran�ais, Deutsch, ???, ???
System Requirements: PC *
Size: 5.6 Gb
Languages: english, ??, Fran�ais, Deutsch, ???, ???

National Instruments (NI), is pleased to announce the availability of FlexLogger 2021 R1 is application software for quick sensor configuration and data logging of mixed signals to verify electromechanical systems, all without programming.

FlexLogger 2021 R1 - Date: December 2020

New Features
2021 R1 (December 2020)
- Added support for USB X Series devices. Refer to the Supported Hardware section for specific model support information.
- Added support for PXIe X Series counters.
- Drive DAQ output signals non-deterministically by mapping to another channel.
- Use test properties as placeholders in file names and locations.
- Automate FlexLogger with the Python-based FlexLogger Automation API.
- Onboard counter support for CompactDAQ chassis.
- Analyze logged data with the TDMS viewer using built-in analysis functions, including arithmetic and fast Fourier transform (FFT) analyses.

FlexLogger Temporarily Hangs When a TSN-Enabled Ethernet cDAQ with an XNET Module is Present
FlexLogger temporarily hangs and becomes unresponsive for tens of seconds when a TSN-Enabled Ethernet cDAQ containing an XNET module is present at project load or added later.
Wait for the application to become responsive.

Incorrect Timestamps for Data Coming From cDAQ Onboard Counters
FlexLogger 2020 R4 added a preview feature which, when enabled, allows the use of onboard counters on cDAQ devices. However the timestamps of all but the first sample from these counters are incorrect. The samples are scaled incorrectly in time because the data is recorded as a waveform and the dt (delta in time) between samples is set to the default sample rate of the counter rather than the actual sample rate. The error is evident when graphing the data on a FlexLogger screen and when analyzing the data from any log files.
Logged data can be corrected by re-calculating the timestamps. Use the first sample timestamp and calculate the remaining timestamps using the correct dt, where the correct dt is 1 divided by the actual sample rate reported in FlexLogger. In DIAdem, you can set the Waveform x-step width of each counter channel to correct all the timestamps quickly.

FlexLogger May Crash When Using Plugins with Numeric Channel Properties
FlexLogger crashes when the following two conditions are met:
- a plugin is loaded in which one or more channels from that plugin have numeric configuration properties
- the OS is localized to a language in which a comma (,) is the decimal separator
Numeric configuration properties at the top level of the plugin do not cause this issue. Producing or consuming numeric data with a plugin does not cause this issue.
Change the language settings of your OS to a language that uses a period (.) as the decimal separator, such as Chinese, English, Japanese, or Korean.

FlexLogger helps validate new and rapidly evolving technologies to keep pace with vehicle electrification and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), without programming, the company said. FlexLogger provides intuitive workflows and integrated data management to help automotive test departments quickly capture accurate, well-documented data to verify system functionality in real-world conditions and comply with strict government regulations.

Technology innovations in the areas of active safety, electrification and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication are disrupting how the automotive industry designs, tests and produces vehicles, noted NI. It said rapidly-evolving components and systems including sensor fusion, high-capacity batteries and Deep Learning demand higher volume of testing with accurate, traceable results to exceed safety-critical expectations for quality and reliability. These trends are intensifying the challenges to automotive test departments to build increasingly complex, mixed-measurement test systems under compressed timelines, while managing the explosive growth of collected data, NI added.

FlexLogger can be used by engineers to help simplify test configurations and extract key insights with sensor-specific workflows to acquire and log synchronised, mixed measurements, without any programming, explained NI. Analogue sensors, digital pulse frequencies, CAN signals and calculated channels that are all logged to the universal Technical Data Management Streaming (TDMS) file format can be integrated quickly. This leads to the capability of data being correlated and analysed to accurately characterise an entire system. These capabilities also address similar challenges faced by test departments in other industries including heavy equipment, aerospace, appliances and academic research, the company said.

NI said that these configuration-based workflows are the cornerstone that now empowers technicians to streamline test development, integrate new measurements and manage data using its flexible software platform and modular hardware. FlexLogger automatically logs descriptive metadata about the test configuration, including sensor and hardware acquisition settings for easier traceability. Test departments can improve access to data and effectively communicate results to the organisation using DIAdem data management software to find, analyse and report on FlexLogger data, it added.

Since 1976, National Instruments has equipped engineers and scientists with tools that accelerate productivity, innovation and discovery. NI's graphical system design approach to engineering provides an integrated software and hardware platform that speeds the development of any system needing measurement and control. The company's long-term vision and focus on improving society through its technology supports the success of its customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders.

Product: FlexLogger
Version: 2020 R1 (build 21.0.0)
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page :
Language: english, ??, Fran�ais, Deutsch, ???, ???
System Requirements: PC *
Size: 5.6 Gb

FlexLogger has the following minimum system requirements:

Operating Systems:
Windows 7 (SP1) 64-bit ***
Windows 8.1 64-bit **
Windows 10 64-bit
Pentium 4 G1 equivalent (Intel i5 equivalent or higher recommended)
12 GB disk space
1024 x 768 resolution (1366 x 768 or higher recommended)

Required Software: *
NI-DAQmx software 20.1 or higher
NI-XNET software 20.5 or higher

* Required drivers are included with the FlexLogger installer.
** NI software installs VC2015 Runtime and .NET 4.6.2. Windows 8.1 requires Microsoft updates to support these items.
*** NI software is signed with a SHA-256 certificate. Windows 7 SP1 requires Microsoft updates to support SHA-256.


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