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[Video] Creating speed signals for data with no tacho

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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…


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Chris Mason

General Manager & Product Development Manager at Prosig
Chris graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1983. His interest in software began in the late 1970's when he spent his time typing in and debugging programs on a Sinclair ZX80. Chris is General Manager & Product Development Manager at Prosig where he does management things, leads the product development and works on web, blog, social media & marketing projects. Away from computers he can usually be found clad in lycra pretending to be a cyclist.

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