March 8, 2015
We have developed a few iOS Apps for WiMER device. This post will show the features of one of them called DialRead.
DialRead App connects to WiMER and reads the readings from any micrometer, caliper, dial indicator or any other digital measurement instruments with SPC output. This system allows you to have a wireless bluetooth measurement device and read the values directly from your iPhone. Click the icon below to get it for free on the App Store.
Now let’s go through some screenshots of DialRead and get to know all the features it has.
– In the main menu, you can connect a device, start a new session, view recorded measurements, run demo and change settings
– There are various setup options available in Setting page, like sampling rate, unit, decimal accuracy, etc
– When you go to the measurement page and start a new session, you can add Machine ID through QR reader. You can also add machine image from device library or camera
– When a session starts, there will be a real-time plot displayed during data collection. In the continuous mode, the plot keeps updating continuously as data is transmitted by WiMER at a constant pace
– On the same page, you can choose to turn on analog dial and show more signal information
– If you are recording measurement in the single mode, you can tap read button on screen or pushing button on device to record reading at any moment you need to keep the reading
– You have access to a list of previous recordings in View Measurements page. There are options of viewing plots, generating report, synchronizing with Dropbox or emailing CSV file
– In viewing plots page, you can post-process waveform plot. Pinch/Pan/Zoom are enabled on this page
– We also include the feature of generating polar plot for testing result
– Finally is the PDF report generation session. You can include all testing information in this session
– Inserting machine image, TIR indicator, waveform and polar plot to report are also available
– In the end of the report, you can add signature and location information to report. The report is ready for printing or emailing