A video that explains how to set up the DATS Data Acquisition software to perform captures at specific, scheduled times.
The DATS Modal Analysis software consists of Hammer Impact Testing, Modal Analysis & Structural Animation (often referred to as Operational Deflection Shapes or ODS and Running Modes). Having measured and analysed your data the Structural Animation software allows you to visualisation your structure under certain operating conditions. These visualisations can then be saved as AVI files. This video shows you how…
In the process of looking at some order data, a question about the accuracy of the measurement of the signal level of discrete frequency signals which were close to the general noise level. To answer this question, a small DATS worksheet was created which generated 2 signals. The first signal was a 35 Hz sinusoid which, by itself the spectrum level was measured to be approximately -9 dB (ref 1 V) as seen in Figure 1.
So you’ve got some noise and/or vibration data from a rotating machine, but no speed information. Surely that means you can’t analyse against speed or do any order analysis, right? Well, not quite!
The DATS Rotating Machinery option now comes with a tool to create speed v time data using your noise or vibration signals.
Watch the video to find out how…
A tutorial by James Wren (Prosig UK) on how to use the reference cursors in the DATS software to precisely measure features in your data.
We were asked the following question…
I want to perform some cylinder head and inlet manifold vibration analysis, what should I do?
First we need to consider sensor selection Continue reading
Justin Foster (Prosig UK) explains how to set up the DATS software to switch off the P8000′s cooling fans during data capture. This can be important to reduce noise during capture of audio data.
A simple tutorial that explains how to use the DATS Acquisition software to set up a Prosig P8000 to capture data from a CAN-bus.