Yokogawa's state-of-the-art technology in precision instruments such as the DLM4000 enables you to maintain high sample rates and extensive signal analysis. Yokogawa provides dedicated analysis and support for serial buses such as I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN and FlexRay technologies, with easy connectivity and good value. We understand the unique demand of performing simultaneous testing of both digital and analog formats, and provide the right multi-channel communication serial bus analyzers for these applications. The SL 1000 is a fast acquisition, no-compromise, high-performance data acquisition unit. The SL1000 delivers independent, isolated channel hardware at 100MS/ch rates, with no compromise in bit resolution, memory depth or streaming performance. These measuring units are just a few examples of how Yokogawa is dedicated with providing you the Quality products you're looking for.
The GS820 can measure drain current ID by applying gate-source voltage VGS from channel 1 and drain-source voltage VDS from channel 2.
Power Conversion Efficiency Measurement of Power Supply ICs
Capture and recreate waveforms with a DLM2000 and FG420
The accuracy of a measurement instrument varies with the range over which a reading is measured. Not all instrument manufacturers specify accuracy and ranges in the same manner. This article explores the impact of range definitions on measurement accuracy and how one can be mindful when comparing accuracy across instruments.
What is an Oscilloscope? Oscilloscopes, also called digital storage oscilloscopes (DSOs) or mixed signal oscilloscopes (MSOs), are common test instruments used to display, analyze, and troubleshoot electrical or physical signals.
What is a Power Analyzer? Power analyzers and power meters measure electrical power in devices that generate, transform, or consume electricity.
A ScopeCorder is a powerful portable data acquisition recorder that combines features of a multi-channel digital oscilloscope and a high-performance oscillographic recorder. As such, it can capture and analyze both short-term transient events and long-term trends for periods up to 200 days.
With increased focus on reducing energy consumption and compliance with efficiency standards, this app note provides an overview on the types of measurements needed for efficiency and power quality, and the instruments that take them.
The request for lower uncertainties in power measurements are increasing,especially in the transformer industries. Their role is to ensure that the electricity is distributed in an efficient and reliable way.
This article looks at some of the factors that can affect the accuracy of power measurements and shows how users can address the challenges presented by the need for accurate energy-efficiency testing.
The objective of this paper is to show the close relationship between efficiency and power quality, and provide education on the causes of power quality, types of power quality issues, and provide guidance on measurement considerations.
Part 17 - Part 20 of the Yokogawa Test&Measurement IS8000 Integrated Test and Measurement Software Platform training module series. These videos provide information on some additional features including PTP synchronization, report generation, screen capture, and high-speed camera synchronization.
Part 8 - Part 16 of the Yokogawa Test&Measurement IS8000 Integrated Test and Measurement Software Platform 20-video training module series. These trainings detail waveform display settings and analysis options.
Part 1 - Part 7 of the Yokogawa Test&Measurement IS8000 Integrated Test and Measurement Software Platform training module series. These videos provide a big picture look at the software.
In a research paper published on IEEE Xplore, researchers from Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC), University of Wisconsin-Madison, use a Yokogawa Test&Measurement WT1800 High-Performance Power Analyzer to measure the losses and efficiencies of two inverters.
In a research paper published on the website IEEE Xplore, researchers from Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC), University of Wisconsin-Madison, use a Yokogawa Test&Measurement WT1806 High-Performance Power Analyzer to measure the efficiencies of inverters used in the research.
In a research paper published on IEEE Xplore, researchers from General Motors Global Propulsion Systems and Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC), University of Wisconsin-Madison, use a Yokogawa Test&Measurement WT1800 High Performance Power Analyzer and PX8000 Precision Power Scope for high-stability measurements of voltage, current, and power loss.
The extreme test requirements of our research called for an OSA with extended MIR spectrum bandwidth capabilities up to 5μm, but we couldn’t find one on the market capable of measuring optical inputs at these wavelengths. Yokogawa Test&Measurement rose to the challenge and developed a new OSA model for us that would. Not only do we now have an instrument that is practically custom-made for our needs, it provides repeatable, accurate, and trusted measurement outputs and is easy to learn and use. Their equipment and ability to create a new optical measurement solution has definitely increased the overall efficiency and productivity of our research team.
— Martin Bernier, PhD, P.Eng., Full Professor, Centre de Optique, Photonique, et Laser, Université Laval
From visible light to telecommunication bands and even up to applications in the 2000nm region, optical testing professionals count on the Yokogawa Test&Measurement optical testing family of products. For decades, these precision-based optical measuring instruments have met and exceeded the needs of many customers’ experimental requirements. Applicable to a range of uses in R&D, manufacturing, and academia, Yokogawa Test&Measurement OSAs, OTDRs, OWMs, modular manufacturing test systems, and more deliver quality, consistency, ease of use, and market leadership for all manner of optical test applications.
The DLM3000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes Automotive Serial Bus features can display up to four simultaneous serial buses and decoded data.
The Yokogawa DLM3000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes, oscilloscope features a brand-new computing platform and available power supply analysis functions.
A demonstration reading a 4 - 20 mA transducer into an analog channel on the Portable DL350 ScopeCorder.
This video demonstrates how to measure transient phenomena on power signals using the Yokogawa Test&Measurement PX8000 Precision Power Scope.
In several applications, especially those testing AC power to a standard such as IEC61000-3-11, the voltage and current signals must be monitored to confirm there are no major dips and/or swells in the signal. This can be done with instruments capable of reporting rms values, including power analyzers, traditional oscilloscopes, and some data acquisition systems.
To test to a standard, however, the instrument must have an accuracy spec that is traceable back to a national standard of calibration such as ISO17025 or NIST.
Looking for a turnkey high-speed data transfer solution with better bandwidth and minimal manual overhead?
The 10Gb Ethernet option on the Yokogawa Test&Measurement DL950 ScopeCorder fits that very role and makes capturing and recording high-speed data seamless and convenient.
Record data at 50 times the speeds of traditional Ethernet and USB connections and automatically transfer data to your PC in a single step using the IS8000 Integrated Software Platform.
CAN Bus communication is widely used in the transportation industry where reliable transmission of data is paramount. Monitoring and recording these communications can be easier when using the proper instruments. In this video, a Yokogawa Test&Measurement Applications Engineer demonstrates how to setup the DL950 ScopeCorder to read the temperature of a motor drive alongside its voltage and current output.
Why should you be concerned with your product’s power system voltage and current harmonics? From an engineering perspective, harmonics produce excessive heat in equipment that causes significant damage and results in inefficient operation. From a business perspective, compliance is an absolute requirement for entry into global markets. To minimize or eliminate these issues and establish acceptable levels of harmonics, numerous power quality standards with specifications and limits for harmonic distortion, such as IEEE 519-2014 and IEC61000-3-2, have been introduced. During this webinar, attendees will gain knowledge on the inner workings of harmonics, learn best practices for accurately measuring harmonics, learn to recognize and distinguish the critical difference between DFT and FFT, and discover important measurement tradeoffs across various test equipment.
While DC power measurements are relatively straight forward, AC power measurements that include distorted waveforms, varying power factors, and multiple phases can add complexity to an otherwise simple measurement. During this webinar, we cover multiple fundamentals of power measurement.
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