SmuView

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SmuView (sometimes abbreviated as "SV") is a Qt based GUI for power supplies, electronic loads and all sorts of measurement devices like multimeters, LCR meters, scales and so on.

It is licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL, version 3 or later.


Features

  • Remote control devices.
  • Data aquisition.
  • Multiple devices at the same time.
  • Math channels.
  • Data export as CSV.


Manual

TODO


Supported devices

It is known that for controlable devices (like power supplies) a mutex has to be added in the corresponding libsigrok driver. If that mutex has not been added, you will notice the following behaviour:

  • The device connects without problems and starts to aquire data.
  • When you change any property of the device (e.g. the set voltage of a power supply), SmuView crashes or some other strange behaviour occurs.

Power supplies

These power supplies should work:

All other power supplies properly don't work. Please get in touch via github to add support.

Electronic loads

These electronic loads should work:

All other loads properly don't work. Please get in touch via github to add support.

Measurement devices

The following measurement device types should be supported:

Planned devices

This devices aren't supported yet, but maybe will be in the future:


Download

Binaries and source code tarballs are available here.

Git:

$ git clone https://github.com/knarfS/smuview.git

You can also browse the source code via github.


Requirements

See Building#SmuView.


Building

See Linux#SmuView (or any other of the OS-specific instruction pages).

Additional notes:

  • Use PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/<prefix-of-libsigrok-installation>/lib/pkgconfig/ if libsigrok is installed to a non-standard prefix. See also Building#Installing_to_a_non-standard_directory_using_LD_LIBRARY_PATH for more details.
  • To change the install prefix: cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<prefix-dir>/ ..
  • To show compiler arguments during the build: make VERBOSE=1
  • To make a non-stripped debug build cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug ..
  • To disable -Werror: cmake -DDISABLE_WERROR=y ..
  • To build with clang: CXX=clang++ cmake ..


Roadmap

  • Programmability via a flow diagram to do complex measurements.
  • Support oscilloscopes.
  • Python interface.


Resources