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Real Time Math Functions Enhance Waveform Recording Clive Davis from Yokogawa's Europe T&M office describes a measurement system for real-time calculations of power and efficient in power electronics devices, and gives some examples. pdf icon
11.86 MB
Electronics World, June 2013
Versatile Power Measuments Using Real-Time Mathematics In recent years, there has been an increased emphasis on energy efficiency in industrial systems, resulting in more penetration of power electronics in equipment such as inverters and motor drives. pdf icon
835 KB
Panel Building & System Integration, July 2013
Made to Measure Hafeez Najumudeen at Yokogawa Europe explores how power measurements are in increasingly vital aid to modern day energy efficiency. pdf icon
940 KB
Electronics, May 2013
Pulling on Precise Power Many industry trends are conspiring to make power analysis an important consideration for designers. The New Electronics editor takes a look at this expanding arena by talking to Hafeez Najumudeen of Yokogawa. pdf icon
2.31 MB
New Electronics, June 2013
Meeting the Measurement Challenge A new generation of 8-channel mixed-signal oscilloscopes enables engineers to address many of the measurement challenges presented by the increasingly complex electrical and electronics signals found in today’s industrial control and power systems. pdf icon
1.08 MB
Irish Manufacturing, December 2012
Extra Channels Expand the Scope of MSO Applications An increasing number of oscilloscope users are finding that the traditional four channels that have been the norm for decades are no longer sufficient. In this article you find out how eight channels provide the answer. pdf icon
138 KB
Electronics World, December 2012
Keeping up the Pace Yokogawa Europe's Clive Davis, Kelvin Hagebeuk and Hafeez Najumudeen discuss how instruments can evolve to meet the latest automotive challenges. pdf icon
654 KB
Automotive Electronic, December 2012
Electromechanical System Testing - Cause and Effect One of the challenges for engineers involved with the development or maintenance of complex electromechanical systems is to link the behavior in one part of a system to control signals in another. In particular, engineers often need to understand causality: the relationship between an event (the cause) and a second event (the effect) to obtain an insight into an electromechanical system’s overall behaviour and to plan corrective actions accordingly. pdf icon
495 KB
EPN, May 2012
Testing Hybrid Engine Technology This article explains the specific features of the DL850V ScopeCorder that makes it the ideal tool for developments related to electrification of the powertrain and testing hybrid engine technology. pdf icon
2.31 MB
Electronic Engineering Times Europe, June 2012
Testing Hybrid Engine Technology In this article Terry Marrinan, Vice President for Test & Measurement at Yokogawa Europe, explores how the complexities of advancing industry standards and regulations are driving demand for test & measurement across many applications.

 

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Electronics, May 2012