Xviewer .FLD Floating Data Format Information
Xviewer saves wveform data as a .FLD Data ... here is example of how to gain access via VBA to that waveform data:
1) Please copy the file "OK.FLD" to "C:temp"
2) Please enable Macro function, and please open floatread.xls.
3) Excel TOOL menu -> Macro -> Visual Basic Editor
4) Please click F5. (Run)
5) Please input RecordLength and Number of Channel on
UserForm1-View and click "READ".
6) The FLD data is loaded on Excel sheet.
The data points are saved in 32-bit floating format.
The order of the data is little-endian (Intel format).
The extension is .fld.
The floating point (FLD) format is very simple. No need for detailed explanation. The sampled data stored in the acquisition memory is converted using the specified range and saved to a file in 32-bit IEEE floating format. The data notation is little-endian (Intel format).
That is, the 32-bit (4-byte) acquisition data is formed in the order of channel (order). It consists of only the 32-bit (4-byte) data formation. Each acquisition data can be extracted by unit of 32-bit (4-byte). That is all