DL350 Assistant Software

This software can be utilized for ScopeCorder DL350 data and setup file management by a PC.
Data files or setup configuration files stored in the DL350 SD card can be backed up with the press of a button.
Remote setting, start-stop control and setup file editing can also be easily done on the connected PC.

This software supports setup operations and on-site tasks of the DL350.
You can use this software to perform the functions listed below.

Function Overview
Load Setup File You can directly apply a DL350 setup file stored in the PC to the DL350.
DL350 Start/Stop You can start or stop measurement performed on the DL350.
Backup You can back up the data stored in the SD card or USB memory installed with the DL350 to the PC.
Transfer File You can transfer (copy) files bidirectionally between the DL350 and PC.
Edit Setup File You can edit the DL350 setup file stored in the PC.

System Requirement

Recommended Environment
Install this software on a PC having an environment where one of the OSs listed below runs.

Windows 7(32bit/64bit), Windows 8(32bit/64bit), Windows 8.1(32bit/64bit), and Windows 10(32bit/64bit)

Communication Interface
Ethernet 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T

DL350 Firmware and Software Version Compatibility Table

DL350 firmware version Version of this software
1.10 and later 1.10 and later
1.01 to 1.02 1.01 to 1.02
1.20 and later 1.20 and later
Version Added Function
1.20 and later
  • CAN/CAN FD Monitor Module (720242) was added.
1.10 and later
  • A timeout setting was added to the duty cycle measurement of the FV setting on the frequency module.
  • The fast channel multiplexing function of the SENT monitor module is now supported.
  • A battery level check function was added.
  • GPS settings were organized into a table.
1.02 and later
  • Setting category items (Measure, Analysis) were added to Edit Setup File.
1.01 and later
  • New release



    Why should you be concerned with your product’s power system voltage and current harmonics? From an engineering perspective, harmonics produce excessive heat in equipment that causes significant damage and results in inefficient operation. From a business perspective, compliance is an absolute requirement for entry into global markets. To minimize or eliminate these issues and establish acceptable levels of harmonics, numerous power quality standards with specifications and limits for harmonic distortion, such as IEEE 519-2014 and IEC61000-3-2, have been introduced. During this webinar, attendees will gain knowledge on the inner workings of harmonics, learn best practices for accurately measuring harmonics, learn to recognize and distinguish the critical difference between DFT and FFT, and discover important measurement tradeoffs across various test equipment.

Looking for more information on our people, technology and solutions?

Contact Us

Precision Making