This DataPlugin supports reading / importing of Universal File Format (UFF)58 ASCII and binary files.
The UFF58 (Universal File Format) is a de facto standard in the experimental dynamics (vibration and acoustic) community, particularly in the area of modal analysis. Most NVH applications, including I-Deas® from MTS, produce UFF files.
Both variants of UFF, ASCII and binary hybrid (UFF58b), as well as big-endian and little-endian files are supported.
National Instruments sound and vibration software provides a complete software solution for all Audio, Noise and Vibration, and Machine Condition Monitoring applications. Based on an open analysis capability and a flexible measurement library, the NI Sound and Vibration Measurement Suite and NI Sound and Vibration Toolkit present a unique software-based measurement approach to creating customized applications.
Please download the zip file and extract the included files. Execute the usiUFF58.exe installer. When finished double-click the uspUFF58.uri file to finalize the installation. Confirm overwriting warning message with 'yes'.
|File Extension:||*.UFF, *.UF, (*.UNV, *.BUNV)|
|Direction:||Read / ---|
|Last Change:||December 14, 2012 [184.108.40.206]|
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Application Software: DIAdem Development System 10.2, LabVIEW Base Development System 2010
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UFF-58 supports big-endian and little-endian files
With this new version of the UFF-58 DataPlugin big-endian as well as little-endian files are supported. (March 2008)
- Stefan Romainczyk, National Instruments Germany. firstname.lastname@example.org - Mar 31, 2008
Correction: Little endian only
This import plugin only supports _little_ endian (Intel) format! Problems occcur when trying to import data from PAK systems (Müller BBM), since PAK only exports UFF58 big endian (Motorola) format...
- Andreas Martin, Volkswagen AG. email@example.com - Aug 27, 2007
UFF58: Only big endian
This import plugin only supports binary big endian (Motorola) format. Problems occcur when trying to import data from PAK systems (Müller BBM), since PAK only exports UFF58 big endian...
- Andreas Martin, Volkswagen AG. firstname.lastname@example.org - Jul 27, 2007