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Harmonic Analasis Software

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Software Agreement

Release Date   Apr 1, 2006
File Name  
wtx000hrm.exe 314.0 KB
Type   Software

WT1000 Series: perform harmonic analasis conforming to the IEC1000-3-2 standard. This software does not have the capability to distinguish the class (based on the IEC standard) of the item being measured by the level of the higher harmonics. However, you can enter the WT1000/WT2000's voltage and current range settings, and change the display in the instrument's front panel. panel
panel panel

WT2000 Series: perform harmonic analasis conforming to the IEC1000-3-2 standard.
Allows you to perform hours of continuous measurement, 16 cycles at a time, and make evaluations at 2.5 minute intervals. In particular, you can simultaneously measure 3 phases, and this provides even more uses for the instrument. The general functions of this software allow you to enter the voltage and current range, and other settings in the instrument's display panel.
panel panel
Applicable Model
WT1030M, WT1010, WT1030
System Requirements
System Requirements
PCA PC with a 80486DX2 CPU or later (Pentium or later recommended), and 8 MB or more of memory.
Operating system: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP
Floppy disk drive: 3.5" floppy disk drive using 1.44 MB (MS-DOS compatible) type disks
Hard disk: A hard disk drive with 10 MB of available free space
Video adapter: A video adapter capable of displaying at 640 x 480 or higher resolution (1024 x 768, 16 bit color or higher recommended)
Display: VGA and Windows compatible display capable of displaying 256 colors (RGB) or more
Printer: Any device compatible with Windows
Mouse: Any device compatible with Windows
Communications interface: GP-IB: a GP-IB adapter by National Instruments (AT-GPIB, AT-GPIB/TNT, or PCMCIA-GPIB)
RS-232: a built-in port, or COM1 or COM2 exclusive (COM1 only for PC9801 or PC9821)
Connecting the WT Series Instrument to a PC
GP-IB Interface to prevent electric shock, turn the power to the instrument OFF when connecting it to the PC. Connect a GP-IB cable from the GP-IB connector on the rear panel of the WT series instrument to the corresponding connector on the PC.
  • Setting the Address
    Set the GP-IB address according to the procedure given in the user's manual that came with the WT series instrument. For details about the GP-IB interface, refer to the information about the communications functions included in the user's manual.
  • RS-232C Interface
    To prevent electric shock, turn the power to the PC OFF when connecting the instrument to it. Connect an RS-232 cable from the RS-232 connector on the rear panel of the WT series instrument to the serial port of the PC.
  • Parameter settings
    Follow the procedure given in the user's manual of the WT series instrument to enter the following parameter settings. (Normally, operation can begin using the factory default settings.)
    Handshaking: select a method from 0 to 7.
    Data format: select a format from 0 to 3.
    Baud rate: select 75, 150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, or 9600.
    Terminator: select CR+LF, CR, or LF.
    For details about the RS-232 interface, refer to the user's manual that came with the WT series instrument.
Before Installation
  • Backing up the program files
    Backup the program files you downloaded to a floppy disk (2HD, 1.44 MB type).
  • Procedure for creating the backup disk
    From DOS (or the Windows MS-DOS prompt), type the command, diskcopy a: a: (when A is the letter of the floppy disk drive) to begin the backup. Then, follow the on-screen instructions.
All four downloadable program files are self-extracting executables which, when double-clicked, create new files and folders on your hard drive. Two of those four programs require no further installation, but the other two create an additional Setup.exe file which must be executed to complete the installation.
Turn ON the PC and start Windows. Create a new folder on your hard disk with a name of your choice, and download the free software into the folder. Double-click the file necessary for your WT series model, then click OK in the dialog box. A new folder, YOKOGAWA, will be created on drive C and files will be extracted to it. Specify any changes you wish to make to the destination folder.

When the extraction is finished, check to see if the program executable file was created (C:\YOKOGAWA\WTx000harm20e2.exe or C:\YOKOGAWA\WT2000flick\flick.exe). If so, installation is complete. If the Setup.exe file (rather than executable files) was created you will need to perform a few more steps to complete the installation. Double-click the Setup.exe file, and follow the on-screen instructions.
Creating Icons for the WT Free Software
After the program has been fully installed, you can use Explorer or the My Computer browser to create a shortcut to the program. Locate the executable file, right-click its icon, and select Create Shortcut from the shortcut menu. Running/Exiting the Software.
  • Running the software
    Double-click the program executable file or its shortcut to run the software. Or, if the program was installed using a Setup.exe file, select Start > Programs > Yokogawa, then the name of the program you wish to run.
  • Exiting the software
    Select File > Exit, or Close the program window.

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