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Part Number: 01357Brand: Abacom
Digital-ProfiLab was designed for measurement and control applications, combining features like circuit and logic simulation, front panel design, and hardware control to one powerful tool. Incoming signals form extern logic control or measurement equipment may be processed and displayed. A circuit editor is used to enter your application without any programming. The project is controlled from an user-editable front panel. A huge number of components is available from the well-sorted library, and makes it easy to create a measurement or control application within minutes. Even logic simulation is one of the various features. Use Digital-ProfiLab for safe experiments with counters, gates, registers and so on. The logical status of the circuit may be displayed during simulation, so you can easily design, debug and demonstrate your application.
Use Digital-ProfiLab to control model railways, machines, home installations or other professional equipment or simply learn about the basics of logic control. A valuable tool for hobby, profession and education.
The new version 3.0 is full compatible to older versions. You can load and edit your old projects.Digital-ProfiLab communicates with digital I/O-cards, LPT-Port, COM-Port and external modules. Draw a circuit diagram with logic-components like gates, counters, registers, flip-flops, etc. or connect external hardware to your interface. Interact with the circuit via a front panel with switches, LED, etc. on it. Digital-ProfiLab simulates the circuit and displays the logical states. A logic analyser is integrated, to display the circuits performance.
You create your project just like drawing a wiring diagram. Simply draw the needed components to your project and connect them, just like you want. So there is no limit, except your imagination.
After you have finished your project, you can bring it to life with one click: Your project will be simulated in realtime. All incoming signals will be processed and displayed and all outgoing signals will be generated, just as you have defined it in your project. Of course, you can stop the simulation at any time, to edit your project.