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Why does Auto-Zero have no effect for IEPE sensors?

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The Prosig P8000 Auto-Zero function is used to remove the DC content of a signal.

For example, if you have a sine wave that is ±5 volts about 0 volts it has no DC offset. But if you have a sine wave with ±5 volt amplitude about 3 volts, then it has a 3 volt DC offset. Below is an example of these two sinewaves.

Two sine waves with and without DC offset

Continue reading Why does Auto-Zero have no effect for IEPE sensors?

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Understanding Auto Range & Auto Gain Range

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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 Range

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Understanding the P8000 Auto-Zero Function

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The Prosig P8000 Auto-Zero function is a powerful tool and it is well worth spending some time understanding it. Continue reading Understanding the P8000 Auto-Zero Function

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