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For detailed information you will need to refer to one or more of the following documents, as applicable to your application. The installation CD includes PDF versions of each document. Reference Notes : For detailed documentation regarding software you will need to refer to one or more of the following, as applicable. A PDF version of each is included on the installation CD. ¾ eZ-Analyst Series Software Reference Manual ¾ eZ-TOMAS User’s Manual ¾ eZ-Balance User’s Manual ¾ eZ-Rotate & eZ-RotatePlus User’s Manual ¾ eZ-NDT/RI User’s Manual ZonicBook/618E 929895 A Brief Look at Software 4-1
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eZ-Analyst Real-Time Vibration & Acoustic Analysis Software Features Real-time FFT analysis Easy-to-use graphical user interface Field expandable from 8, up to 56 channels Four tachometer channels View all functions simultaneously in eight display windows, with up to 16 data overlays in each window Export your data to Excel, ME Scope, SMS Star, or UFF Type 58 ASCII or Binary Wide selection of real-time analysis features, including integration/differentiation synchronous averaging, and much more eZ-Analyst is a graphical analysis application you can use to collect, analyze, record, and playback recorded data. When used with ZonicBook or WaveBook hardware, eZ-Analyst can collect and display multiple channels of data in real-time. The graphical displays can consist not only of the raw time-domain data, but also plots of frequency domain data. For example, real time FFT ( Fast Fourier Transform ) plots. Data that is recorded to disk-file is in the raw time domain and can be played back for additional analysis time and time again. For example, a raw signal can be played back over-and-over using different filtering algorithms to manipulate the signal. Configuration eZ-Analyst features a familiar Windows-style graphical user interface, making it easy to configure the hardware with simple fill-in-the-blank type configuration screens. Selectable hardware parameters include, but are not limited to: channel selection, channel type (either response or reference), range, auto-ranging, and triggering. Configurations can be saved and recalled for future use, making it simple to change from one test to another. 4-2 A Brief Look at Software 929895 ZonicBook/618E
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ZonicBook/618E 929895 A Brief Look at Software 4-3 Windowing. eZ-Analyst includes Hanning, Blackman Harris, Flat Top, Exponential with variable decay and no window for response channels; and Rectangular with adjustable window width, Cosine taper, Hanning, Blackman Harris, and Flat Top for reference channels Averaging. Linear, Exponential, Peak Hold and Time Synchronous Resolution. eZ-Analyst offers resolution from 64 to 3200 Spectral lines Frequency Range. From DC to as high as 200 KHz; the bandwidth is determined by the number of active channels and sample rate.
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