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AcqKnowledge 4.4 Demo for MP150 or MP36R – Mac OS

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AcqKnowledge 4.4 demo software for the MP150 or MP36R effectively simulates data recording from a variety of transducers and performs most functions (except saving files, printing, batch processes, etc).

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Installation instructions are below, sample data files are also included:


Installation Instructions
Requires Mac OS X 10.4-10.6
**Compatible with high-performance processors**

  1. Download a compressed demo installer:
    Full Demo
    285 MB

    Installs support documents and Help menu links
    AcqKnowledge 4 demo Help menu
  2. Unzip the downloaded folder and launch the demo installer to begin installation.
    • A Wizard will guide you through installation.

     

  3. Launch the AcqKnowledge 4.4 Demo.
  • Do not attempt to launch the demo application by double-clicking a sample file icon; the program will crash.

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