IBC Viewer

IBC Viewer is a D. R. Joseph, Inc. produced windows based program that allows the user access to all parameters used in the IBC system as well as the ability to diagnose problems, upload and download recipes of parameters, and to monitor bubble performance using a trend graph.


Windows 98 - PC with minimum 450 MHz processor and 256 MB of RAM.

Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows 2000 - PC with minimum 500 MHz processor and 512 MB of RAM.


  • Multiple Connection methods (Serial, Modem, Ethernet)
  • Saved Recipe Files
  • Real-Time Trending
Multiple Connection Methods

The IS-IBC1 can support either a direct or modem connection to your laptop.  The 32-bit processor can additionally support an Ethernet connection.  The supported functions are the same for both methods, only the communication speed changes.  The speed for direct connection is 9600 baud; the speed for modem connection (other than external modem) is 1200 or 9600 baud, depending on the processor type.  The older 8-bit processor modem will connect only at 1200 baud; the new 32-bit processor modem will connect at 9600 baud.  External modem connection executes at the direct connection speed of 9600 baud.


Saved Recipe Files

This feature allows the user to save entire recipes of parameters to a data file, which can be stored for later use.

Real-Time Trending
The trending feature allows for continous data logging to a file as well as 20 minutes of trending stored on the computer screen for viewing. The data file can by analyzed using any spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel, that can import comma-seperated variable (CSV) files. The graph can be printed and stored as a bitmap image. Screen images can be printed at any time and system identification information is printed with each page.



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