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PCPlot for Windows

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PCPLOT is a graphical output program for ATP-EMTP (Alternative Transients Program version of Electromagnetic Transients Program) running under Microsoft Windows 95 or NT.

Present version 1.0 for Windows 95/NT is capable to process plot files (PL4) of "C-like" type generated by ATP-EMTP versions (32-bit) for:

  • MS-DOS/MS-Windows 3.x/95 running with DOS extender DBOS (so-called "Salford ATP").
  • MS-Windows 95/NT created using Watcom Fortran (so-called "Watcom ATP").

Additionally, PCPLOT can process PL4 files of FORMATTED type generated by any other ATP-EMTP version.

Following features are included in the version 1.0:

  • Maximum 6 variables in the same diagram.
  • Curve and background colors are fully adjustable
  • Readout facility to obtain instantaneous values of plotted curves
  • Zooming, redraw
  • Copy plot area to clipboard
  • Save image as color or monochrome BMP (bitmap) file
  • Curve identifiers for monochrome BMP format
  • Integrated help function

The program is Copyright © of Dr. M. Kizilcay/D. Celikag, MD, Germany. Distribution rights are with the registered "European EMTP-ATP User Group e.V" Association, Germany, which has sponsored the conversion of PCPLOT from MS-DOS to MS Windows 95/NT.

About Us

This site has been established for the users of the royalty-free ATP version of the Electromagnetic Transients Program (EMTP). The ATP license is free for nearly everyone accepting the rules expressed in written form when filling the license form.

The site is maintained by the Europan EMTP-ATP users group. There are other related web-sites:

Our Partners:

EMPT  

ATP Draw  

Japanese ATP User Group

 CAUE - Comité Argentino de Usuarios del EMTP/ATP

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User Support

User support is available through two mailing lists:

ATP-EMTP-L for licensed-only-users
EEUG-L for members of the users group

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