SenixVIEW ultrasonic sensor configuration and analysis software is included with every ToughSonic General Purpose and ToughSonic CHEM sensor, giving you total control over all sensor features and functions. Calibrate and optimize Senix sensors with a few keystrokes to yield better understanding and performance of your applications.
Many Senix customers simply install their ultrasonic sensors, turn them on and never think about them again. But if you need to make a minor adjustment or even completely change sensor operation, SenixVIEW gives you the power to do it.
SenixVIEW provides an intuitive, MS Windows interface for ease of understanding. Target symbols, distance data, meter and switch symbols all show proportional, real-time measurements. Help tips are available by placing your mouse over any screen element or parameter. It’s easy, it’s free and it’s all at your fingertips. For step-by-step instructions on using SenixVIEW, please our Video Tutorials in the Support Center. Information is also contained in the sensor manuals.
Get more from your ultrasonic sensors with SenixVIEW including:
Sensor Setup (Configuration)
SenixVIEW allows you to access over 60 functionally organized parameters that affect operating range, sensitivity, measurement rates, outputs, output filters, condition responses and more. Sensor changes are stored in the sensor’s non-volatile memory when power is off. As many setups as you want can also be stored for later recall to create an exact copy in a new sensor for maintenance or OEM product duplication.
SenixVIEW allows you to view real-time output using a variety of statistical and display tools. Fine tune sensor performance in real time. Create time-stamped data logs and export them to Excel to view application data over time. You can even use your ToughSonic sensor to system test the rest of your connected equipment virtually.
Connecting Multiple Sensors
Connect up to 32 sensors together either for data networking, synchronizing measurements, or preventing cross-talk (mutual sensor interference). Data networking uses the Modbus protocol over an RS-485 addressable multi-drop connection, and requires RS-485 sensor models. Synchronization and cross-talk protection is available in all sensor models but incompatible with data networking. See additional information on multi-sensor wired connections.
Manage Sensor Configurations
Use SenixVIEW to manage sensors by saving configuration files along with notes about the setup. Commission new sensors by cloning configuration files in a few seconds without the need for recalibration. Easily distribute configuration files among facilities and colleagues.
SenixVIEW allows you to configure and analyze sensors using a wired connection to the sensor to keep you safely away from any equipment or hazards the sensor may be near. Internet access is also available using Modbus over IP.