TableWare calculates coefficients for RTDs, thermistors and thermocouples. It uses ITS-90, IPTS-68, Callendar-Van Dusen and polynomial equations. TableWare also generates temperature vs. resistance, temperature vs. ratio and temperature vs. EMF tables.
Simply enter or import the raw resistance or voltage data from your calibrations. TableWare generates coefficients, calculates residual values and generates useful tables.
Tables and coefficients can be exported to a text file for analysis in other software packages.
Also, TableWare allows you to generate tables from coefficients that can be entered manually. No raw data is required!
Q & A
Q. What issues exist when using TableWare on Windows® 2000 or Windows® XP?
A. TableWare has been tested on Windows® 2000 Professional and Windows® XP Professional and found to operate properly. There are no known issues at this time.
Q. I need to analyze the table data in another application. How can I get the table data into my other application without having to type it in?
A. TableWare can export the table data to a comma- or tab-delimited text file. This text file can then be opened in the analysis application and manipulated as necessary. Most analysis applications are capable of importing a delimited text file.
Q. I frequently use the same set of temperature set-points to calibrate probes. How can I avoid having to type in each temperature every time I do a new calibration?
You can create text files that have a list of comma-delimited temperature set-points. When the Raw Data dialog is displayed, select the Import button and choose the file containing the set-points to use. TableWare
reads in the set-points and fills in the appropriate boxes