Explore Your Process Data Anytime, Anywhere
Eurotherm Data Reviewer is a software application designed for the viewing, analysis and printing of historical data files acquired from Eurotherm data acquisition equipment such as, but not limited to:
For Technical Support please contact the Eurotherm Helpdesk on Tel: +44 (0) 1903 695777 or by email?[email protected] Please note: Message only history files that contain no Process Values are not supported in this version (V1.0.3) of Eurotherm Data Reviewer. For further information please refer to the ‘ReadMe’ file prior to installation”Click here to download
Eurotherm first introduced paperless data logging on the 4200 series recorder in 1993 using a proprietary PKD file format. Since then, Eurotherm has introduced electronic records on a wide range of its products using an enhanced higher integrity file format containing improved metadata, known as UHH. Eurotherm Data Reviewer is capable of reading UHH files from any of these devices.
Imported data is automatically organized by group and batch. Data can be refined further by changing the data range, searching for recording devices by name/recording group from automatically generated lists, or simply start typing in the name of the device/record.
A single line cursor, positioned within the chart area, presents process variable details for the visible channels at that point on the timeline. A second vertical cursor can be used to select a data range on which to perform analysis
Annotations, such as comments or authorization signatures can be added at any point during the analysis. The annotation is subsequently stored alongside the original data for easy retrieval at a later date
Historical data can be imported automatically from Ethernet capable devices or direct from a local FTP Server. Batch charts can be automatically printed to a specified printer, upon batch completion. The frequency at which data is transferred can be set by the system administrator.
Eurotherm Data Reviewer offers two variants, Foundation Edition for small stand-alone instrument networks, and Enterprise Edition, a server based version with unrestricted database size and multi user access