Beamex have released a new version of their Beamex CMX calibration software (v2.5). The new version brings several new improvements and additions in terms of functionality and features of the product. The Beamex CMX v2.5 calibration software is available from AMS Instrumentation and Calibration .
Support for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP): Beamex CMX LDAP is an additional option and it can be added to each CMX software license when required. This option makes it easier to manage the CMX user passwords and it is also one password less for the user to remember.
Timestamp with Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) information in audit trail: UTC is based on the Second (SI), as defined and recommended by the Consultative Committee on International Radio (CCIR), and maintained by the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM). For most practical purposes associated with the Radio Regulations, UTC is equivalent to mean solar time at the prime meridian (0° longitude), formerly expressed in GMT.
The CMX now supports three different ways of time stamping:
- UTC based on the Database Server time (default for new installations)
- UTC based on the Beamex CMX Client computer time
- Beamex CMX Client computer time as it is in the older versions of Beamex CMX (default for upgrades)
Improved language support: The improved language support makes it easier for the user to select the user interface language of the CMX.
Document Manager: The Document Manager makes it possible for the user to select between saving a file to the CMX database and having only the link to the file that is saved.
In addition to the LDAP support, timestamp with coordinated Universal Time information in audit trail, improved language support and the Document Manager, the CMX v2.5 includes multiple minor improvements and additions as well.