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Strain measurement

Strain and stress are the result when it comes to external forces that are applied to a non-moving object. Strain is defined as the amount of deformation that an object experiences compared to its original size and shape (the ratio of increase in length regarding original length) .

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Temperature measurement

Temperature is a measure of how cold or hot something is, expressed in several different scales, such as Celsius, Kelvin or Fahrenheit. Temperature can be measured with thermocouples, RTDs or thermistors.

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Vibration measurement

Vibration can be considered to be the oscillation or repetitive motion of an object around an equilibrium position. Vibrations usually occur because of the dynamic effects of manufacturing tolerances, clearances, rolling and rubbing contact between machine parts and out-of-balance forces in rotating and reciprocating members.

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Sound pressure measurement

Sound pressure or acoustic pressure is the local pressure deviation from the ambient atmospheric pressure, caused by a sound wave. In air, sound pressure can be measured using a microphone, and in water with a hydrophone.

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Current measurement

The electric current is a physical quantity caused by voltage and means a flow of electrons between different electric potential. An electric current is the flow of the electric charge.

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Voltage measurement

Electricity is very hard to imagine because we can not see if a voltage is present or if a current is flowing. If we want water to flow out of a pipe we need some water pressure which is achieved with a water pump. In electricity, our flow is the current, water pressure is the voltage and pump is the battery. This means that the voltage is the cause of the current.

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Sound power measurement

Sound power is characteristics of a sound source and it does not depend from the distance from source. We detect the deviations in sound pressure, which is the result of sound power and depends from distance from sound source.

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Angle measurement

An angular position sensor measures the position of a shaft and converts the position to an analog or digital signal. It calculates the orientation of an object in regards to a specified reference position. There are many different kinds of angular position sensors that are categorized by supply voltage, output type, sensing range, operating temperature range, packaging type and supply current.

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Automotive Buses - CAN measurement

This course will guide you through the basics of Controller Area Network (CAN), CAN channel setup, reading and storing data from a CAN network, sending data on to the network with Dewesoft X2.

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GPS measurement and recording - GNSS

GNSS (Global navigation satellite system) is a term used for constellation of satellites providing signals from space. GNSS receivers determine location by using the timing and positioning data encoded in the signals coming from space.

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