I have been using a picolog1216 to measure the output of a vacuum sensor, converting it to pressure readings and logging to the spreadsheet window provided with the standard download of Picolog.
Sampling interval is 10ms, collecting 2600 samples in a 26 second period.
One input channel used to measure sensor voltage, One measures a trigger voltage to start the whole test sequence, and a third output is a calculated parameter that converts sensor voltage to pressure readings.
It's been running fine for years on an XP computer with no special software and whenever anyone has lost the program or crashed it we've always been able to set it up again using the available menus.
I've been forced to switch to a Windows 7 computer and two problems have appeared.
If I set the sample interval to 10ms and ask for 2600 samples they are gathered over a 41 second period, I need to know what is actually setting the sample interval, the picolog hardware, the picolog software or the interaction between Windows 7 and the USB port.
Also where has the trigger option gone? I've been through the help files but they just tell me to access tick boxes in the menus that never appear. Software was downloaded from Pico website on 15 October 2012.