REVEAL presents measurement and profile (application) icons to the left, open-able analysis control next to this and data presented in a familiar web browser style tabbed format. This means data is never hidden by another window, the layout is clean and the same for every user. Individual data sets are then filtered and modified via a “universal toolbar” where masks and filters are set.
Yes. With every interferometer or upgrade purchase we offer 4 hours of remote introductory training. Remote training is run over Teamviewer where we take control of your interferometer and demonstrate on your system how to operate REVEAL. During the training we can confirm your interferometer is running correctly or perform service to the system. The system must be connected to the internet to enable this training. With a separate OEM REVEAL license please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing.
Yes, we offer an analysis only version for remote data analysis.
Most interferometers worldwide use MetroPro 9 or an earlier version. This is an obsolete software package architected in 1988. Yet REVEAL is designed to make this transition easy with direct file compatibility.
REVEAL has standard .dat, .xyz, .asc formats found in MetroPro, so your historic data library transfers directly to REVEAL. Plus REVEAL’s own .rvl file format saves not just the data but the measurement tree so you know how you filtered, masked and adjusted the data to get the result you wanted. REVEAL provides traceable metrology not found in other software packages.
When completing a process or shipping to your customer what is important is a data report. REVEAL uses an HTML editor to generate reports. REVEAL is shipped with standard reports which can be used as is or modified with the convenient editor. Any result or plot generated in REVEAL can be added to a report. Plus you can add your logo and your customer’s logo and save the report to the library for future use. Therefore the same report is provided to your customer no matter the time of day, or operator.
Yes, especially for 4-megapixel and larger cameras. The more pixels the more memory that is required.
Data Access Limitations
With a 32-bit OS data access is limited to 4GB. With a 64-bit OS 16 X 109 GB can be accessed! Some 32-bit OS run interferometers crash incessantly when operating their cameras in the 4-megapixel mode, or take an hour to do simple averaging. This is proof that a 64-bit OS is important to your productivity.
Hardware and their drivers are becoming harder to find with 32-bit OS compatibility, therefore these systems are becoming obsolete. New, advanced performance hardware and their software drivers are released in 64-bit versions.