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Standards and Technical Documents - The stability and response of linear systems. Part IV: specification and measures of system performance. -- 80002Supplier: IHS ESDU
Description: This is the fourth in an integrated group that deal with the stability and response of linear systems. ESDU 80002 considers the specification and measures of system performance which are used with the methods of system assessment that may be found in the other parts of this group. The system
Description: tolerance. Built-in microprocessors provide math functions, including measurement scaling and offset. Automatic amplitude discrimination measures the frequency of the highest-amplitude signal in a multi-signal environment. A full set of diagnostic routines provides general information
Description: the transient and steady state responses of a VCO, examine frequency or phase modulation, measure frequency stability, analyze computer peripherals, or measure fast hopping radio signals. Broad selection of measurements Quick and easy-to-use push button analysis Graphic display and histograms
Description: , the model EM40AO measures the sound pressure at the location of its diaphragm. It has a flat pressure-frequency response over its entire working frequency range (see Fig.1). In an open sound field, a pressure microphone will also include the disturbing effects of its presence in the sound field
- Sound Field Type: Pressure Field
- Nominal Diameter: 1/2"
- Polarization: Prepolarized Electret
Description: . Another input serves for taking up the frequency-proportional DC voltage from a sweep generator for tracking frequency-response correction. Two independent channels performing simultaneous measurements LC display with variable backlighting, separate digital readout for each channel, bargraph
Supplier: tecsis LP
Description: Measuring ranges 0-500 to 0-10,000 psi Features Measures Static and Dynamic Pressure Measures up to 100 kHz Frequency Response Very Insensitive to Installation Torque 3mV/V Analog Output Single Output from DC to 100kHz/li>
- Device Category: Transducer
- Pressure Reading: Gauge
Supplier: PR electronics
Description: Application The 5725 measures, scales, and displays frequency signals found in many process speed and flow rate applications. The indicator can measure the period of the frequency, useful for displaying the elapsed time between events. The 5725D has two SPDT setpoint contacts and a 0/4...20 mA
- Analog Input Type: Frequency
- Digit or Character Size: 0.37" to 0.56" (9.4mm to 14.2mm)
- Standard Display Colors: Red
- Output Type: Relay
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: OMEGA's IH101 Impulse Hammer imparts motion to a test structure with the hammer tip, while simultaneously measuring the magnitude of the impact. This allows for analysis of the dynamic response of the structure being tested. Accelerometers mounted at various locations on the test structure measure
- Hand Operation: Yes
- Various Tips Included: Yes
Frequency-to-Current Converters - TT230 Series - TT239 Transmitter, Frequency/Pulse/PWM Input, 12-32 DC Loop/Local/Power -- TT239-0600Supplier: Acromag, Inc.
Description: The TT239 model is a space-saving two-wire transmitter that isolates and converts a frequency, pulse, or pulse-width modulation (PWM) input to a proportional 4-20mA signal. You can select to measure either the input frequency or the duty cycle. Power is received from the output loop current or a DC
- Signal Inputs: DC Voltage, Frequency
- Signal Converter Type: Current Loop Converter
- Signal Converter Package: DIN Rail
- User Interface: Computer Programmable
Description: The HP Agilent 8711A, RF Network Analyzer, offers speed, accuracy, and measurement versatility at a price that makes them ideal for high-volume RF component manufacturing. Characterize the transmission / reflection frequency response or measure the insertion loss, power, or SWR of a variety of RF
Description: can be used as a stimulus while spectrum measurements are made elsewhere in the circuit. Source level and dc offset of the pattern are all controllable by the user. The second channel makes it possible to measure frequency response or perform vector network analysis, and the built-in math functions
Description: Lightweight 0.3 grams Exceptional frequency response Adhesive mount 10 feet of integral cable The 727 is an extremely lightweight piezoresistive accelerometer designed to measure shock during the drop testing of consumer electronic devices. Available in 2kg, 6kg, 20kg and 60kg ranges, the 727
- Number of Axes: Single Axis
- Technology: Piezoelectric
- Device Type: Sensor / Transducer
- Sensor Mounting: Adhesive Base
Description: capability, high frequency response, very low base strain sensitivity and excellent temperature performance.
- Device Category: Transducer
- Pressure Reading: Absolute
- Sensor Technology: Semiconductor Piezoresistive
- Media: Gas
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Galil Motion Control
Frequency Analysis Software (FAS)
Frequency Analysis Software provides an alternative option for tuning systems," said Lisa Wade, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "It is especially useful for tuning systems with resonances.". The new software in conjunction with a Galil motion controller measures the frequency response of the plant to be controlled. It simulates the possible control solutions and synthesizes the two to allow for Bode analysis of the closed loop system. FAS plots the magnitude versus frequency and phase versus... (read more)
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Columbia Research Labs, Inc.
Acoustic Sensor to Measure Fast Pressure Variation
The Columbia Model 100-P High Intensity Acoustic Sensor (Microphone) is designed for measuring exceptionally wide pressure ranges in applications requiring fast rise times and broad frequency response. This sensor is extremely sensitive allowing very low pressure measurements to 0.005 psi as well as high pressure transient measurements to 5,000 psi at temperatures up to +150 Degrees C. The Model 100-P sensor is small, lightweight and very ruggedly constructed with a stainless steel case, O-ring... (read more)
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8B33 SCM Measures True RMS
Current (0-1A). Designed for Standard Operation with Frequencies of 45Hz to 1000Hz (Extended Range to 10kHz). Compatible with Standard Current and Potential Transformers. ±0.25% Factory Calibrated Accuracy. 1500Vrms Transformer Isolation. Input Overload Protected to 350Vrms Max (Peak AC & DC) or 2Arms Continuous. ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1 Transient Protection. 120dB CMR. Industry Standard Output of 0 to 5VDC. -40 °C to +85 °C Operating Temperature Range. CE Compliant. Hazardous Location... (read more)
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IQC NDT - Resonance Frequency Inspection
The IQC Non-Destructive Test system is designed for 100% Resonance Frequency Inspection of ferrous and non-ferrous parts. Application such as crack detection, weld strength, porosity defects are just a few of the many uses of IQC NDT. Brake Rotors/ Drums are required to pass a series of tests to validate that the modal parameters of a rotor/drum are within product specifications. The IQC measurement system generates the modal excitation, measures force and the response of the rotor to calculate... (read more)
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Pearson Electronics, Inc.
Ripple Detector from Pearson Electronics
PEARSON. TM. POWERLINE. RIPPLE. DETECTOR. PRD-240. ? Accurate measurement of audio frequency (CS101) ripple. injected on AC or DC power buses. ? Separates injected ripple from the power waveform. ? Used with a spectrum analyzer, simplifying the. measurement process. ? Maximum voltage, 240 Volts AC or 270 Volts DC. ? Switch-selectable frequency response: - Flat response from 10 Hz to 150 kHz. - CS101 profile for setting the ripple level above 5 kHz (read more)
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Meggitt Sensing Systems - Measurement Group
Meggitt's Endevco® model 727 accelerometer family
nbsp;The 727 is an extremely lightweight piezoresistive accelerometer designed to measure shock during the drop testing of consumer electronic devices. Available in 2kg, 6kg, 20kg and 60kg ranges, the 727 can measure shocks in g ranges well above current drop test sensors. It is designed to be mounted with adhesive, and at only 0.3 grams for the accelerometer body and 1.1 grams per foot for the cable, mass loading to the test object is minimal. The 727 has exceptional frequency response, from... (read more)
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A Simple Frequency Response Function
This article will attempt to explain the basic theory of the frequency response function. This basic theory will then be used to calculate the frequency response function between two points on a structure using an accelerometer to measure the response and a force gauge hammer to measure
Impulse Techniques for Structural Frequency Response Testing
and output signals be Fourier transformable, a condition that is met by all. physically realizable systems, and that the input signal be nonzero at all frequencies of. interest. If the system is nonlinear or timevariant, the frequency response function will not. be unique, but will be a function
New ways to measure torque
a frequency. by the receiver. This voltage is amplified and. response up to 3,000 Hz. scaled to show the torque value on an LED. display. This signal is routed to an external. More than stand-alone sensors, these are. connector for interfacing with a data acquisition. complete torque measurement
Low Frequency Response and Quasi-Static Behavior of LIVM Sensors
Low Frequency Response - The ability of a sensor to measure very low frquency sinusoidal or periodic inputs (pressure, force and acceleration) with accuracy. This ability is best characterized by a graph of sensitivity vs. frequecy with input amplitude held constant. Dytran Tech Education Article 3
division). RPM/SPEED INDICATOR. Flow rates and revolutions per second are nothing more than frequency signals, since they measure the number of events per time. period. Optical and magnetic sensors will convert these flows and revolutions into a digital signal which, in turn, can be converted
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. These accelerometers would normally be single axis, however tri-axial accelerometers are also often used. These accelerometers measure the response of the impulsive force in the material. And thus a transfer function can be deduced. It is possible to change the frequency characteristics of the impulse by changing
Frequency Devices Glossary of Terms
and rejects all frequencies above a specified CORNER FREQUENCY. Matched Response Filters: A collection of filters specifically designed with gain and phase matched responses for multi-channel systems where channel-to-channel differences must be minimized. Monotonic Roll Off: Constantly increasing
Determining the Frequency of Condition Monitoring tasks
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Frequency response - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frequency response is the quantitative measure of the output spectrum of a system or device in response to a stimulus, and is used to characterize
Dielectric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The electric susceptibility ?e of a dielectric material is a measure of how easily it polarizes in response to an electric field.
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? www.analog.com Frequency Domain Response of Switched-Capacitor ADCs by Rob Reeder INTRODUCTION Knowing the frequency response of unbuffered
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Dependent on the frequency of the signal that you want to measure you use one of those input lines (not both). If you are only interested in
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Therefore the observational goal is to measure shifts of a spectrum line to an accuracy of parts per million of its width.
Motor Frequency Response
Motor Frequency Response Manual First, you will apply sinusoidal inputs to the