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Remote Monitor License for AcqKnowledge

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Part #: ACK100-REM

A convenient way to view data on other computers in other locations!

Remote Monitoring provides a simple browser interface from which acquisitions can be started or stopped and remote data can be viewed during and post-acquisition. The remote monitor displays trend data and current data values. Track the welfare of the subject with alarms to warn when signals fall out of range.

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Data Access & Customization Options

Scripting, live data access, remote monitoring, hardware and software APIs, export options.

Designed for Discovery

Applicable to over 40 academic research fields, plus neuromarketing & commercial applications.

Connect to MP160 Systems

The MP Research System plus BIOPAC amplifiers acts as a complete, fully-isolated life science data acquisition system

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Categories: Software - Research
Subcategories: AcqKnowledge Licensed Features - Research

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The new BIOPAC Remote Monitor feature provides a simplified view of subject data across an IP network on another computer or a mobile device. The Remote Monitoring web interface consists of three primary pages: a list of open graph windows; configuration settings for an individual graph, and the data monitoring page.

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AcqKnowledge MP devices are generally tethered to specific computers where data acquisition is performed. In some laboratories, this computer may not be in the same location as the researcher performing the experiment. In MRI situations, for example, the data acquisition computer may be in the MRI control room but the researcher may be in a separate area. AcqKnowledge Remote Monitoring offers researchers the capability of checking on critical parameters from an alternate location.

About Remote Monitoring…

  • Remote Monitoring is for viewing of data only. Transformation and specialized analysis of graph data is not supported within the Remote Monitoring interface.
  • Remote Monitoring is a client/server application capable of locating and connecting to computers running AcqKnowledge on the same network. The system will work on any device that has access to the same IP based network as the MP150.
  • Remote Monitoring is licensed functionality that is added to registered AcqKnowledge software and must be activated by BIOPAC.
  • Read more about Remote Monitoring in the AcqKnowledge 4 Software Guide.

What’s new for AcqKnowledge 4

BIOPAC Remote Monitor license now includes the latest AcqKnowledge 4 software. New features are summarized below. Click on the AcqKnowledge picture to be taken to the AcqKnowledge upgrade page for more information.

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