Software is shipped on a USB stick with all orders but is also offered here for those needing to reinstall or wishing to update.
All software on this page is offered for free.
Full installers include the LabView runtime engine. Application only installers are much smaller and can be used when updating, provided there is no change in the LabView version. All downloads include the software manual PDF.
|Version||Full Installer||Update Installer||Changes|
|5.0||SediMeter 5.0 full||SediMeter 5.0 update||Adds support for SediTrans ST1, maintains support for SediMeter SM3 instruments from 2017 (with firmware rev 2) and SM4 instruments. Data view window with tabs. Compiled in LabView 2018.|
|4.2||SediMeter 4.2.1 full||N/A||Compiled in LabView 2018.|
|4.1||SediMeter 4.1.0 full||SediMeter 4.1.0 update||Supports SM3 instruments from 2017 (with firmware rev 2) and SM4 instruments. Compiled in LabView 2013.|
1. Unpack the zip file
2. Run Setup.exe (the installer application is from National Instruments)
3. Install the driver
The following extensions are used by the SediMeter software:
|.ld2||SediMeter.exe; LogDator||Measurement data from one instrument||A file that contains an exact copy of the data downloaded from a SediMeter or SediTrans instrument. From version 5 this is used for saving, but the user can manually save an *.sm5 file later. This file format can also be used in slave monitoring, in which a third party logger downloads data and writes to *.ld2 file in real time. The LogDator logger writes *.ld2 files to SD cards.|
|.sm5||Manually saved work file in SediMeter.exe version 5||Measurement data from one to 255 instruments||Contains raw measurement data. The software can also open .sm2, .sm3, and .sm4 files from software versions 2, 3, and 4 respectively.|
|.sm4||SediMeter.exe version 4 default save format||Measurement data from one to 255 instruments||Contains raw measurement data. The software can also open .sm2 and .sm3 files from software versions 2 and 3, respectively.|
|.smnt||SediMeter.exe||Network definition||Instrument network IDs and geographical coordinates|