Archived Webinars (sort by: date | popularity | name)
|Identifying and Overcoming Noise in Data Acquisition
Join us on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, 11:00 AM Pacific / 2:00 PM Eastern, to learn with product manager William Chen how to easily identify and isolate these noise sources and the basic steps to remove them.
|Measuring the OSNR of Modulated DWDM Signals Using an OSA
In this webinar, Michael Kwok will discuss general techniques to measure OSNR for both traditional and modulated optical signals. The goal of the webcast is to provide test engineers with key measurement considerations for performing OSNR measurements using an Optical Spectrum Analyzer or OSA.
|Isolation & High Voltage Measurements with Data Acquisition
When it comes to reliable high voltage measurements, there are a number of factors that can negatively affect measurement accuracy such as ground loops, crosstalk, noisy environments, high energy transients and more. Join us on November 18th as we explore how isolation in data acquisition can be used to overcome noise problems and safety hazards in high voltage measurement applications.
|Motors & Drives Analysis July 2015
Motors & Drives Analysis is a highly requested live webinar that provides attendees with education and measurement solutions for making precision high-accuracy power measurements on an electric motor system. Attendees will learn a three-step process for a complete electrical test of an AC motor & variable speed drive system.
|Power & Harmonic Analysis on Distorted Waveforms
There are numerous power quality standards with specifications and limits for harmonic distortion. Attendees will gain additional knowledge on the design, development, validation, debugging, and production testing processes of their products.
|Fundamentals of Electrical Power Measurements
In this webinar, Yokogawa's Bill Gatheridge educates and provides attendees with practical solutions for making precision electrical power measurements. He also covers the use of a digital power analyzer, as well as the DO's and DON'Ts of using a digital oscilloscope for making electrical power measurements.
|YHC5150X & CA700 Webinar
Tired of trying to connect to a smart device, but are unable to due to the wrong DD? Ever attempted to calibrate several pressure devices, just to discover you need to continually change pressure modules? Meet your solutions! The YHC5150X DD direct HART communicator paired with our 0.01% of reading CA700 pressure calibrator are here to help you!
|Loop Powered Indicators
View this webinar to gain a better understanding of the use of loop indicators and process meters. We will educate and discuss how these products are used in various applications throughout the industry.
|Overcoming Noise in Data Acquisition
Have you ever captured noisy data to your PC, having to then use software to "massage" the data to try and yield useful results? If so, this seminar will outline the basic sources of electrical noise in data-acquisition systems and explain methods for eliminating them.
|Requirements and Easy Solutions for Standby Power Measurements
This 30-minutes webinar explains the latest news on the area of Standby Power Measurements.
|Electric Motor Power Measurement & Analysis Webinar
Yokogawa and e-Drive Magazine are bringing you a one hour webinar on November 17, 2011 at 11:00am EST. This seminar will provide attendees with a three step process for making precision electrical and mechanical power measurements on AC motors and variable speed drive systems in order to measure and calculate the system power efficiency.
|Oscilloscope Basics & Key Features of Today's Scopes
Oscilloscopes are a tool of utmost importance for anyone wanting to look at the behavior of electrical signals in the time domain. This one hour seminar will provide a broad overview of oscilloscopes, focusing on key specifications and on some of the advanced waveform analysis capabilities of modern scopes.
|Introduction to Optical Spectrum Analyzers Webinar
View our webinar on the many uses of an Optical Spectrum Analyzer. This 45 minute presentation covers the basics of light, the design, measurement, and test applications of an OSA.
|Power Measurement & Harmonic Analysis Webinar
This 1-hour seminar is packed with tips and techniques for making accurate power measurements on distorted waveforms like from a Power Supply, Electronic Ballast and Variable Speed PWM Motor Drive. We will also cover methods for making and analyzing the harmonic content of various power waveforms.
|Mechatronics Measurements 101 Webinar
If you are working in mechatronics, this 1-hour seminar will give you a broad overview of all possible measurements, plus tips and techniques for capturing, visualizing, and analyzing your signals and sensors.
|Advances in Precision Electrical Power Measurement
This short informative Webinar covers new measurement techniques and solutions for making precision power measurements to improve product performance and efficiency designs.
|Technical Oscilloscope Probe Webinar
This one-hour seminar is packed with tips about the benefits of using voltage probe basics, applications for probes, real-world circuit probing and current probe basics.
|Digital Oscilloscope Power Analysis Webinar
In this 1-hour seminar you will be introduced to the many specialized power measurements necessary to evaluate switched-mode power supplies.
|When 8-bit Scopes Aren't Enough: High-Resolution, Isolated, Mixed-Signal Instruments for Electro-Mechanical Instruments
We all know what a difference the right tool can make. While traditional 8-bit oscilloscopes are the right choice in many situations, they often are not the best choice when making mixed signal, power and/or electro-mechanical measurements. There exists in the market, instruments designed with these applications in mind. Hybrid instruments offer capabilities not found in traditional 8-bit oscilloscopes. These capabilities include: high-resolution (up to 16-bit) and isolated inputs, very long memory for long-term recording and support for a variety of signal inputs (RMS coupling, temperature, strain, frequency-voltage, accelerometers, etc.)