This software (DL950FACQAPI.dll) provides an application programming interface (API) for transmitting waveform data stored in the flash acquisition area of a DL950 to a PC.
The API is provided as a dynamic link library (DLL). The API can be used by linking user applications with this DLL.
The Flash Acquisition Data Access API provides applications with a function for extracting flash acquisition waveform data stored in a DL950 directly to a PC without loading the data into the instrument.
Note that the acquisition memory is used as a temporary buffer when flash acquisition waveform data is extracted through the use of this API.
Thus, data and history information in the acquisition memory that have not been saved to a storage device will be cleared. Waveform data stored in the flash acquisition area is not affected.
This software can be used to perform the following functions. For details, see User’s Manual.
This software package contains the following items.
|DL950FACQAPI64.dll||API Library 64-bit Version|
|DL950FACQAPI.lib||API Import Library (C++ only)|
|DL950FACQAPI.h||Function Declaration Header File (C++ only)|
|Dl950FACQAPINet.dll||API Library for .NET|
|tmctl64.dll||Communication Library 64-bit Version|
DL950 (Applicable DL950 firmware version is 1.20 or later.)
※To use this software over a USB connection, you need a dedicated USB driver（YTUSB）
A PC that meets the following conditions is required.
A PC running the English or Japanese version of Windows 10 (32 bit or 64 bit)
Visual Studio 2017 or later, .NET Framework 4.7 or later
The following environment may be necessary to acquire waveform data from the flash acquisition area using a program that you create with this software depending on your connection type.
When using 10Gbit Ethernet connection
When using 1Gbit Ethernet or USB connection
|Jun 17, 2022||184.108.40.206||New release|
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