Debounce Virtual Channels
This feature is currently only available on the staging platform.
There is a new virtual channel operator called "debounce". This takes a single digital as input, and produces a digital output. The output value is equal to the input value, but is only updated when the input value has been in a stable state for a configured time period.
This functionality is similar to that provided by slow-pick or slow-drop relays. Centrix allows you to configure both the pick-delay and the drop-delay.
The example to the right shows a channel that will become UP 6 milliseconds after A TPR becomes UP and stays up, and will go DN immediately after A TPR goes DN.
Browser Digital Event Export
Digital events can now be selected in the browser and copied and pasted into Excel. Simply select some events with your mouse and then hit CTRL + C on your keyboard. Use CTRL + Click to add more events to the selection, and SHIFT + Click to select a range of events.