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Datastick Systems has released a new handheld PDA-based Vibration Spectrum Analyzer / Data Collector for the Palm TX. Vibration Spectrum Analyzers are used for industrial machine diagnostics and predictive maintenance. The software provides easy operation with open PC software that allows push-button data export to any PC running Microsoft Excel.
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A shame...

hkklife @ 11/7/2006 4:01:01 PM # Q
that companies like Datastick find more value & benefit from the 320*480 screens than Palm themselves do.

Palm could actually retreat from consumerized PDAs and maybe partner with Symbol or someone to do industrial-style, ruggedized handhelds intended for vertical applications. A barcode scanner device or something like this analyzer with removable batteries and VOIP walkie-talkie functionality? Superb!



Pilot 1000-->Pilot 5000-->PalmPilot Pro-->IIIe-->Vx-->m505-->T|T-->T|T2-->T|C-->T|T3-->T|T5-->TX-->Treo 700P

RE: A shame...
Docta G @ 11/7/2006 4:46:55 PM # Q
that companies like Datastick find more value & benefit from the 320*480 screens than Palm themselves do.

Totally agree.

I'm not sure if this ever made PIC, but here's another company doing cool engineering stuff with a TX:

http://www.tti-test.com/psa/rf-spectrum-analyzer.htm

I only hope that these companies don't get left in the lurch by Palm deciding to stop producing TXs!!

RE: A shame...
twrock @ 11/7/2006 11:10:08 PM # Q
It's also a shame that this unit can't test the vibration level of a TX's vibrating alarm.

(We really are a negative bunch, aren't we?)

I'm still waiting for the mythical color HandEra.

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Forget Symbol

Tamog @ 11/8/2006 9:18:36 AM # Q
Hi,
acording to a friend of mine there, they stopped producing their Palm Os boxen recently.

But Aceeca is still alive and kicking...and their Meazura really is a pretty nice machine if you can miss out on the color screen!

Best regards
Tam Hanna

Find out more about the Palm OS in my blog:
http://tamspalm.tamoggemon.com

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