Running WQSensors Software on Windows 7 64-bit

    WQSensors software can run on Windows 7 64-bit using a Windows XP virtual machine. Note that WQSensors software is compatible with Windows 2000 (SP1 or higher), Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit, or Windows 7 32-bit. There are many choices of virtual machine software. This covers the free Microsoft Virtual PC with Windows XP Mode. […]

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    WQSensors Calibrating Sensor Readings

    To calibrate Sensor Readings: Click on the Calibrate button Select the parameter reading to calibrate as shown below Enter the calibrated value Click the Calibrate button again to complete the change A short animation with the letter C will display on the bottom left hand corner of the screen. Temperature and mV values cannot be […]

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    WQSensors Built-in Customer Support

    WQSensors software integrates the internet into part of its functionality. Software updates, a technical support interface, WQSensor user manuals, and a WQSensor shopping interface can all be accessed through the Help tab.   If phone contact is preferable, include a note in the Message field of WQSensors Software Help suggesting a call back. Be sure […]

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    WQSensors Science Library

    The WQSensor software Library menu is a desktop reference for water, wastewater, and environmental professionals. It’s packed with tables, calculations, and many conversions. Among the science library’s capabilities are the following: Converting units of measure Calculating flow over a weir Determining the inside diameter of PVC pipe Finding the ammonia tolerance level for rainbow trout […]

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    WQSensors Optional Software Settings

    Click the Application button in the Settings tab to toggle the Application Settings described below on or off as desired.     “Show introduction animation?” – displays an introductory animation each time WQSensors software is started. Un-checking this box will disable animation. “Remember last menu location?” – specifies whether the WQSensors software should reload the […]

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    WQSensors Project Files

    Each project file contains information about every sensor that was connected to the computer while that file was open, as well as any data that was collected during that time. When WQSensors software first runs, it defaults to “Project_1”. This is the default name for the first project file.     To create a new […]

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    Good Laboratory Practice Files

    WQSensors software automatically records every calibration to a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) file. The GLP file includes date & time, calibration values, and mV values for each calibration. This file is stored on the sensor and will carry over between computers. The GLP files can be accessed for any sensor connected to the computer by […]

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    WQSensors Reporting & Exporting Data

    WQSensors software provides an interface to view data in raw or graphical form, automatically summarize data, compute statistical parameters, and export data. Any data that is logged can be viewed or exported by generating a report. Note that data is exported in .csv format for use with programs like Microsoft Excel. To generate a report, […]

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    WQSensors Logging Data

    Data can be logged to the computer manually as single measurements or automatically at a user-defined interval. To log a single data point, click on the left hand side of the Log button. The left side of the button will turn blue and a short animation with the letter L will display on the bottom […]

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    WQSensors Viewing Real-Time Data

    To begin viewing live data, simply plug the sensor into an available USB port on a computer running WQSensors software and click the Sensors tab. Data should be displayed on screen and updated once per second. The serial number of the connected sensor and the time of the last logged reading are displayed on the […]

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