It's likely that your previous colleague wrote his own program to do these things. The only pre-packaged software we offer is the Phidget Control Panel, which comes with our drivers and is intended to be a diagnostic tool to make sure your Phidgets are connected and working properly. It has a GUI, but does not support the other features you mentioned.
If you have experience programming in one of our supported languages
, it shouldn't take too long to write your own program that does everything you listed. If you need a starting place, I would recommend downloading the VoltageRatioInput or VoltageInput
example (depending on if your sensors are ratiometric or not) and get that working to gain familiarity with our API
. If having a GUI is important, I would recommend using C# in Visual Studio.