Wednesday, 20 January 2021
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FaroManager is the FaRo’s remote interface. Connected via ethernet, FaroManager is a practical and intuitive graphic software covering all range of functions necessaries to monitor, control and configure Faro.



  • Configure the inputs (analogs, serials and pulses) in few simple steps
  • Monitor constantly the hardware status
  • Monitor, plot and calculate the averages of all the FaRo variables in real time
  • Create and manage log files on the FaRo's compact flash, up to 100 Hz
  • Control and modify all the instruments' calibrations, included the wind correction tables
  • Edit the polar tables
  • Configure the on-board displays
  • Change filters settings on the displayed variables
  • Toggle between main and spare instruments


Hardware Wizard:

With the Hardware Wizard, the user can manage every change in FaRo's configuration. The Scan function automatically discovers which terminals have been added or removed. The user can then assign the input variables to the proper terminal and optimize the allocation of the resources dedicated to the input tasks


Math Designer:

Math Designer is the powerful graphical tool that gives the user the full control of the mathematic relations in Faro. In few seconds, and just with few mouse clicks, it is possible to create a new set of variables, add relations and filters and visualize the results. Changes are applied immediately inside Faro and there is no need to restart to verify the new variables’ values.


Simulation Package:

The Simulation package allows to replay logged data and to test any possible change in the Faro’s mathematics. Two simulations mode are available: replay and fast. In replay mode, a player window helps the user searching for the interesting moments and replaying data in real time or accelerated. All the Faro’s functionalities are still accessible, allowing the user to change calibration’s factors, filters and mathematics relations and to watch in real time the effects of the changes. In fast mode, the simulation runs off-line, at the fastest speed the CPU can support and the data are logged in a file for post-analysis.