Precision Gauge Interface System
The DataGet system is the hardware and software you need to convert a PC or a Palm computer into a powerful SPC data collector. Use the DataGet system to automate your SPC data collection process - save time, improve quality and lower costs. Dispense with time-consuming and error-prone paper and tracking systems.
DataGet records your data with the full
precision of your gauge, and then allows you to export your data for further analysis and archiving.
Your data is available immediately.
The basic operation of DataGet is quite simple:
The DataGet software acts somewhat like a spreadsheet, with each variable the equivalent of a column, and each row represents a sample or physical part. You can set the DataGet software to advance automatically to the next variable (measurement) or next row (sample), with or without Subgrouping.
This is a stand-alone data collection system that requires no custom programming to be useful. Configuration can be easily accomplished by non-programmers, leaving you free to concentrate on your data instead of fussing with your data collection.
With a single button push, you can collect data from:
All this hardware works with our easy to use DataGet software. The following facts might surprise you:
The DataGet system is so inexpensive, it can pay back with the time savings in very short order. Adopting the system also means better quality, because you find and correct problems quicker.
Alaska Fish and Game found that using DataGet required fewer people, and saved more than 50% over manual methods (see link below). Calculate what your savings might be with this handy spreadsheet.
Imagine! Quality and low price and convenience all in the same package.
There are no yearly subscription costs.
Use DataGet anywhere that you need to take measurements for Statistical or Quality purposes.
DataGet can be an important component of your SPC efforts and of your ISO900x compliance.
Palm vs PocketPC - a discussion of things to consider in selecting a data collection platform.
All about cables - a guide to selecting a cable for your gauge.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game evaluated DataGet. Click here to download the report (pdf).
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