Omni7 is a Windows desktop application designed to run as a single user application in a single user account.
It is not a service.
Omni7 runs on:
Windows 8.1 / 8 (Omni7 does not function as a Metro app)
Hardware requirements are as required for Windows.
Must be clean installs and not upgrades from a previous version of Windows.
Q: Can I run Omni7 on a Windows tablet for data collection from a TruTrack logger in the field?
A: Intech have successfully tested doing this on tablets running Windows 10 / 8.1 with Omni7 - the Windows tablet must have a Standard size USB Port to plug in the DLCxUSB download cable for connection to the TruTrack logger.
Omni7 will NOT run on:
Any version of Windows running in a Virtual Desktop (as USB devices are not supported).
Windows 10 S / RT (as software cannot be installed).
Windows XP Mode running on Windows 7 Virtual PC.
Thin Clients (Remote Desktop Connection / Terminal Server).
Windows Vista (Microsoft ended support in April, 2017).
Windows XP (Microsoft ended support in April, 2014).
Windows 2000 (Microsoft ended support in July, 2010).
Windows NT 4.0, ME, 98, 95, 3.1. Microsoft DOS.
Operating systems other than Windows (e.g. Linux, iOS, Mac OS, Android, etc).
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View Omni7 Tech Support Information - please view if you are having trouble connecting with a logger.
The USB FTDI CDM Drivers are required for using USB download cables. Driver installation is not automatic.
The following screens explain the steps required once Omni7 itself has been installed:
This window appears once you click 'Finish' on the Omni7 installation. Do NOT click 'Cancel'.
Click 'Next >'.
Click on ‘I accept this agreement’, then Click ‘Next >’.
Plug in the USB download cable and wait for Windows to attach the driver.
With a data logger connected, Open Omni7 and click the ‘Connect’ button (with USB selected - default).