ACRF Data Acquisition and Monitoring Software Suite for

ACRF Data Acquisition and Monitoring Software Suite for

ACRF Data Acquisition and Monitoring Software Suite for
Instrument PCs
Sutanay Choudhury

Introduction
Traditionally ACRF has provided support for data transfer from various instruments.
Often the instruments data acquisition software does not produce data files to allow continuous monitoring or meet ACRF specifications for data collection.
In recent years we have developed custom data acquisition software for a number of instruments.

Vendor Supported
Instruments
MET

ACRF Collector System
RS232 Link /
Rocketport Hub

ECOR
FTP Transfer

MWR

Raman Lidar
Vceil
ACRF custom
software suite

ACRF Data Viewer
Application for visualizing data being collected on instrument computer
in real-time.
Designed to support ASCII data files based on a row-oriented format.
Java based design would allow deployment on multiple platforms.
Modular/configurable design will enable multiple instrument support.
Possible capabilities include saving current snapshot as image and FTP
to a remote server.
Currently awaiting testing in a production environment.

Data Acquisition Software

Advantages

Infra-Red Thermometers (IRT)
Total Precipitation Sensor
CR10x family of Campbell Data Loggers and Storage Modules
PakBus protocol based Campbell Data Loggers (CR1000 etc.)
Time synchronization scripts for Solar trackers
Earlier developed software for RWP, NIMFR, SONDE.

Application for visualization of real-time data.
Significant cost savings by avoiding high per-node licensing fee.
Better integration with data system makes the data flow monitoring and
processing easier.
Provide customization features which are not supported by the vendor.
Optimized implementation allows deployment in low-resource, rugged field PCs.

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