Usage guides

SensGate front view, with antenna for Wi-Fi connexion

Getting started with the SensGate, without the need for your IT support team

Usage guides
This illustrated step-by-step guide will help you get your SensGate up and running in a matter of minutes on your own, without the need for your IT support team. Among other things, we'll show you how to establish a connection with a pre-existing Wi-Fi network when possible, or how to create a secure subnet with the SensGate so you can start working immediately.
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Dracal CO2 reader DXC220 with temperature and relative humidity probe and gaz tube for calibration

Installation and Calibration of the DXC220 (CO2) in an Incubator

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General information The DXC220 is an USB sensor for carbon dioxide (CO2) in very demanding, even hostile environments. This instrument covers the range of 0 to 20% in CO2 concentration. These units are calibrated in Dracal Technologies’ factory, at a certified CO2 concentration level of 5%, at ambient temperature and relative humidity levels. These calibration […]
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Access Data from your VCP (Virtual COM Port) Dracal Sensors

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1) Presentation 2) Installation 3) VCP products and DracalView 4) Conversion from USB mode to VCP mode 5) VCP mode: Requirements and data 5.1) Setting up your working tool 5.2) Available data 5.3) Data format 6) Available commands in VCP mode 6.1) Get column information: INFO command 6.2) Set the data polling rate: POLL command […]
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Traceability Certificates and Calibration

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We can provide traceable certificates for most of our products. This page describes what standards are met by our certificates and outlines the process.
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Linux

Using Dracal Sensors under Linux

Tutorials
1) Obtaining the sources 2) Compiling the command-line tool dracal-usb-get 3) Using dracal-usb-get and dracal-usb-cal 4) Compiling DracalView 5) Common issue: Access permissions 1) Obtaining the sources At the moment, the linux version of the tools is only distributed as source code. They can therefore be compiled and used regardless of the Linux distribution (eg: […]
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Documentation on the 3-Point User-Calibration Mechanism

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Calibrate Your Dracal Sensors with dracal-usb-cal

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You will find on this page how to use the calibration feature available with your Dracal devices supporting calibration. These are identifiable by their product code, ending with the suffix “-CAL”. This functionality is available via DracalView, but also by using our command line tool dracal-usb-cal presented in this page. The calibration feature offered is […]
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Access the Data of your Dracal Sensors with dracal-usb-get

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Introduction The command line tool dracal-usb-get (usbtenkiget) has been developed specifically for you, allowing you to directly access the data generated by every of your Dracal sensors communicating via USB protocol. The advantages of using such a tool are numerous, the most notable of which is the integration of your data in the software of […]
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Presentation of DracalView: Our free data visualization and logging software

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You will find on this page the multiple functionalities of DracalView, our free data logger software. The following documentation is based on version 3.0.0. 1) Sources Tab 1.1) Overview 1.2) Calibration Management 1.3) MATH Channels 2) Logging Tab 3) Big View Tab 4) Graph View Tab 5) Configuration Tab 1) Sources Tab Also available: a […]
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