16 Channel Data Acquisition
16 Channels - Up
to 16 channels may be gathered at sampling rates of 100 Hz - 20 kHz.
- The main graphing screen includes features such as: X-Y cursor,
delta cursor, automatic scaling, markers, and peak calculations.
Limit Checking - Peak
values may be compared against high/low limits to determine
compliance. The sampled graph data may also be compared to high/low
Software Filtering - Each
channel may be passed through a software filter to minimize noise on
the sampled data.
|Engineering Units - Up to
twenty engineering units sets (position, voltage, etc.) may be
created containing up to six conversions (mm, in, ft, etc.) in
each. Engineering units may be changed after a test is run.
Visual Aids - Create support
documents with almost any Windows based program and have them
automatically displayed prior to running a test. Instructions and
pictures of test setups can be shown to an operator before a test
Channel Configuration -
Every aspect of a sampled channel is completely adjustable. You can
change the name of each channel, the engineering units to use, and
the D/A conversion range.
Calibration Control - The
software allows end-to-end calibration to be performed as well as
calibration information to be entered from a transducer calibration
Calibration Methods - You
can accommodate both linear and non-linear transducer signals with
three different calibration methods: Linear, Non-Linear, or Lookup
- You can use any input channel to trigger sampling. Also, data may
be acquired up to 2 seconds prior to the trigger event.
Math Channel - In addition
to regular waveform data, you can create another virtual channel
based on a mathematical calculation performed on up to three other
sampled channels or constant values.
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