RTI’s MultiTrace Suite enables the abilities of the curve trace models. The curve trace software is feature rich with powerful analytical, ease of use, and efficiency tools. These tools work together to operate the hardware and enable analysis of the curve trace results. Other utilities are included with the software suite to enable calibration, maintenance, testing and debugging the curve trace systems.
RTI continuously develops new features for the MultiTrace Suite and provides upgrades for current software users. RTI also provides support using remote control software to diagnose the application or hardware.
MultiTrace Suite runs on all versions of Windows 32bit. For offline users, the software runs on 64bit operating systems.
MultiTrace Suite Features
Below are the classic suite features of the MultiTrace Software. Contact RTI for more information or pricing.
These two programs provide full access to all features of the hardware and allow for easy custom test setups. StdTrace makes settings to the SMUs and displays the data results on a graph screen. Switch configures the switch matrix and status display program. Users can make direct connections through the switch matrix, and see the active switches graphically while the test is running.
This application simplifies the configuration of StdTrace and Swtich by providing fill-in-the-blank templates. With these templates, or forms, users can configure test settings with a click of a button. Form settings can be saved, recalled and put in sequences with autosave and autocompare features.
This program is a data analysis tool that features advanced printing and property display, file comparison and graph annotation. Users can load saved curve trace files for analysis, report writing and many other features not previously available in StdTrace and MTForms.
See DataTrace Analysis Software for more advanced features and additional software such as data extraction, complex test sequencing, and high-volume test tools.
A tool that enables users to make pinmaps and pin name files used to configure the switch matrix. Pinmaps define which pins are active and what pin numbers they are assigned to. Pin name files allows the user to configure and select names for the pins. MTFixture simplifies the process, especially for universal fixtures.