Configuring any Data Acquisition System (DAS) is a complicated process. Federal, state, and local regulations evolve and require system-wide changes. Our Engineering team has configured thousands of DAS systems across the country and provides efficient and precise assistance. Our professionals can configure a DAS to your facility’s precise requirements, ensure it is updated, align it with the latest regulations, and make it work smoothly with your other resources.
While software interfaces like StackVision’s StackStudio provide users with an intuitive interface to make changes to their DAS, if you are new to the software, unclear on regulatory directives, or don’t have time or staff, our expert Engineering Services team can help. Schedule Engineering projects on a time and materials basis, by one of the fixed-price offerings below, or purchase prepaid Engineering hours.
8864 Data Controller Expand & Update
The Expand and Update Engineering service provides a three-phase process to expand storage capacity and brings your 8864 Data Controller up to date.
DAS Compliance Review
Permits can be unclear, personnel move on, and rules change over time. During the DAS Compliance Review process, the Engineering team determines where your configuration is out of alignment and works with you to bring it back into compliance with the permit.
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Reconciliation – Capture the differences in the 8864 Data Controller and the configuration stored at the server.
Update Firmware – Upgrade the 8864 Data Controller firmware to the latest general release available.
Expand Storage – Make the configuration changes necessary to increase channel storage.
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