In July 2022, our Calibration Laboratory received accreditation with the number AP 209 granted by the Polish Center for Accreditation (PCA) under the EA MLA international agreement. Thus, the Laboratory confirmed compliance with the requirements of PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025 "General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories" in the field of calibration of electrical quantities.
Yokogawa expands oscilloscope portfolio with 500 MHz and 350 MHz frequency band models
The Yokogawa DL950 os cilloscope recorder is a unique mixed-signal oscilloscope and portable data acquisition recorder that can be used to record both fast transient events and long-term trends.
Only ScopeCorder has the right combination of number of channels, input types, triggering and recording to meet the tasks of electromechanical system development and troubleshooting. With its many types of measurements, excellent performance and high reliability, the DL950 ScopeCorder will quickly become the most valued instrument in your laboratory.
Using a 10 Gbps Ethernet network, up to 10 MS/s of real-time data can be recorded on a PC. Data transfer uses SFP+ module, fiber optic cable and IS8000 PC software.
The number of channels can be increased to 160 by connecting up to four slave units to one master unit via fiber optic cables. Synchronize measurement start/stop, trigger and sample clock of slave units from the master unit.
Touch the icon of any application and a graphical configuration screen appears. Intuitively change settings before measurement by following the wizard screen.
One DL950 is all you need to evaluate a system with battery-powered motors, such as those in electric vehicles. The DL950 calculates conversion efficiency based on inverter input and output power, and analyzes the impact of harmonics caused by external disturbances, while recording mechanical changes in motor speed and torque.
The DL950 can calculate the rotation angle based on the pulses sent by the encoder and display the trend of the rotation angle in the form of a waveform. The rotation angle and its control signal can be simultaneously observed and checked for abnormalities.
For stress testing, it is necessary to capture transient phenomena at a high sampling rate, even when monitoring low-speed data, to illustrate long-term trends. The dual capture function uniquely solves these conflicting requirements by simultaneouslyrecording at two different sampling rates.
Load, pressure and acceleration can be measured by connecting a strain gauge transducer, such as a load cell or torque sensor. This function automatically calculates conversions from troublesome calibration values and enables easy setup.
Power line abnormality detection (waveform window triggering)
Special trigger types are used to detect frequency fluctuations, voltage drops and other phenomena that are difficult to detect with ordinary trigger types . They can also be used to detect common power supply problems such as momentary power outages, short circuits and surges.