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.
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As mentioned in a previous post and in our last email newsletter (signup form on the right of this page) we are pleased to announce that the preview version of the new DATS Hammer Impact software is now available for download. Continue reading New DATS Hammer Software – Preview Available2861class="post-2861 post type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-p8000 category-tutorial tag-acquisition-software tag-detection-facility tag-digital-tacho tag-optimum-level tag-prosig tag-pulse-train tag-tacho-signal tag-threshold-level tag-voltage-range"
The digital tacho channel in a P8000 system offers better time resolution by dividing the main sample period by 16. However it is sometimes difficult to know what level the threshold should be set to so a facility to help you find the optimum level has now been added to the acquisition software. Continue reading Automatic Tacho Processing Using A Prosig P80002734class="post-2734 post type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-p8000 category-tutorial tag-acquisition-software tag-adc tag-auto-gain tag-auto-range tag-gain-calculation tag-gain-range tag-range-button tag-vibration tag-volts"
The P8000 Auto Range and the Auto Gain Range functions are often confused by users. They are not the same, but they are related. Continue reading Understanding Auto Range & Auto Gain RangeProudly powered byWordPressDesign byBlogoLife