REALVIEW - Data Logging, Chart recorder Software

REALVIEW - Data Logging, Chart recorder Software
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RealView is a Windows data logging and chart recorder application, which records and plots measured values from analogue hardware devices in real-time. Several curves can be plotted into a single chart. Several charts can be arranged on one or more pages if necessary. Plot options like pen width or pen colour can be altered to suit. Chart screen shots can be captured, charts printed with annotations and raw data can be exported to Excel.

  • Data log - record your data to an Excel compatible ASCII file
  • Unlimited number of channels and hardware devices
  • Several curves can be plotted into a single chart
  • Several charts can be arranged on one or more pages
  • Complete control over colour and style of plot
  • Sample rate can vary from 5 ms up to 30 min (hardware dependant)
  • Each curve on own Y-axis or all curves can have the same Y-axis
  • Comprehensive zoom functions
  • Channel list shows numeric channel values
  • Signal-Smoothing function - smooth out noise
  • Create virtual channels using combinations of channels with formula
  • Automatic functions- you can start, stop and save your measurements automatically.
  • Wide hardware support and can even accept user RS232 data (even from USB virtual serial ports)
  • Hard copy print out

RealView records to an ASCII file (Excel compatible) and plots your measurement values in real-time. The sample rate can vary from 5 ms up to 30 min. There is no limit in the duration of the measurement. You can display several curves in the same plotter. Each curve can have their own Y-axis or all curves can have the same Y-axis.

You can arrange several plotters side by side, one below the other or on several pages. You can define the colours and design of the plotter just like you want. The curves can also get the colour and width you want. After finishing the recording, you can zoom in every region of your curves. With simple mouse-clicks you can zoom deep in or out of your curves. Some special zoom functions will always help you to get back, to your latest zoom, or to zoom your curves in an optimum range.


With the Pause-button you can analyse your curves while the recording is running. You can zoom into interesting sections, measure some special regions, and so on. The recording is still running unhindered in the background. A second click on the Pause-button and the curve will be displayed in real-time again.


Easy to use zoom functions allow you to scale you chart display to show just the data you need quickly.


With the help of the markers, you can examine your curves very accurate. You can place the marker everywhere you want. The differential values in X and Y direction are always displayed.

Setting markers makes it easy to read differential values of a plot, or to determine the amplitude, period or even the integral of a sampled signal

Smoothing curves

 The signal smoothing can be adjusted from very low to extreme for each channel. So you can display e.g. trends, without any disturbing noise. The function works similar to a low pass filter.


Channel list

Every plotter has a channel list on his left side. Here you can add or delete channels, show or hide single channels and edit the properties of each channel.

At the top of the channel list you can always see and change the current sample rate and display rate.

You can show or hide the live-display, which shows you the current value for each channel.

You can also switch between one single Y-axis, or separate Y-axes for each channel.

Start/Stop Functions

With the automatic functions you can start, stop and save your measurements automatically.

You can define a threshold value, and the plotter starts automatically if these value will be reached.


You can determine the measurement duration, and the plotter will stop the measurement. After that, the measurement can be saved, and restart automatically.

With these features, you are able e.g. to split a long-term measurement into several hours or days

Channel Configuration

Every curve corresponds with a channel in a plotter.

You make the settings for the channel in a clearly arranged dialog. Each channel will be assigned to one single hardware-input. You can set the colour, the width, the unit and the name of the channel. The unit can also be provided with an automatic function, so you will ever get well readable values (like 1.23 mV instead of 0.00123 V).

A channel can get his values even from other channels instead of a real hardware-device. So you can create e.g. a power curve as a multiplication of 2 other channels.


RealView exports measured data for use with other applications like MS-Excel etc. A text file is written, which can be imported and processed by other applications.

The export dialog offers several format options. The preview shows the first three rows of exported data, as they will appear in the written text file.



RealView offers a preview for the printout.

The preview window shows the diagram of the currently selected plot. You can move the diagram to any position on the paper, where you want it to be printed. Any changes of the print parameters can be seen immediately in the preview.You can add comments to your printout.


The “Endless-form” option, lets you make a printout of long curves over several pages.


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