D3 Library and SDK
At the heart of the
flexibility of C_wiz is the D3 (data device driver)
What is a D3
Current D3 Library
All D3s listed below are
included with the Evaluation Edition
As D3s are not
particularly hard to write, our intention is to provide
any D3s developed in the future by ForTotalRecall free
of charge. This statement of intent obviously can not
cover any D3s written by third parties.
All D3s have inbuilt
diagnostics tools, a 60 second trace capability and
fully utilize the C_wiz Test Drive facility to provide
context sensitive online documentation.
if you think we don't have your requirement covered.
COM Patch Panel
Frame Grabber (S2255)
The ICP DAS 7000(II) D3
supplies data to C_wiz from an ICP DAS 7000 module
Each instance of the ICP
DAS 7000(II) D3 controls one network of ICP DAS 7000 modules
comprising a 7563 module connected to 1 or more 7080 and
/or 7019 modules via each module's RS485 ports.
There are numerous
possible module network configurations ranging from
simple to complex.
C_wiz can be supplied with
data by multiple instances of the ICP DAS 7000(II) D3, each
with their own module network.
The ICP DAS 7563 module is
a USB to RS485 converter. The module's USB port is
connected to a USB port on the PC and the module's RS485
ports are connected to the 7019 and 7080 module's RS485
The ICP DAS 7080 module is
a data device which measures analog counter/ frequency
inputs and communicates with the 7563 module via its
The ICP DAS 7019 module is
a data device which measures analog voltages,
milliamps and/or thermocouples and communicates with the 7563 module via its
The D3 can be taught how
to interpret any readings received and is extremely
The D3 has an example
implementation embedded in its online Test Drive
Software Development Kit (SDK)