In free run mode, the execution timing is different depending on the type of computation. In the case of computations such as FFT, Filter, pulse width, etc. various data are arranged in a chronological direction. Calculations cannot be carried out during measurement. Once the measurement has been completed, the computation is performed and the results are displayed on the waveform monitor.
For computations using the four mathematical operations, exponents, logarithms, and trigonometry, you can perform them anytime during measurement (even if there was only one data available for calculation) and display the results on the waveform monitor. Please see the Computation Waveform Viewer Instruction Manual IM 707714-61E.
One system, multiple instruments: WE7000 satisfies demands for fast, reliable and precise data acquisition which uses a standard laptop or PC as its user interface. Input modules plug into an expandable measuring station. Via the optical interface, it is possible to galvanically isolate the laptop/PC.
Data acquisition (DAQ) is the measurement, recording, analyzing, and presentation of real world phenomena. It includes electrical measurements such as voltage, current, power as well as measurements through sensors and transducers including temperature, pressure, strain, vibration, and more.
Yokogawa high speed data acquisition systems deliver industry leading isolation, bit resolution, sampling rate, and memory depth, with independent channel hardware and easy to use software.
A ScopeCorder is an instrument combining a mixed signal oscilloscope and portable data acquisition recorder into a modular platform designed to capture both high-speed transients and low-speed trends. Yokogawa’s ScopeCorder product family provides flexible and high-performance multi-channel test instruments by combining a variety of signal conditioning input modules, onboard calculations, and deep data acquisition storage into an off-the-shelf data acquisition solution.