With Advanced Surge Test is possible to visualize the Surge Curve, which will be acquired through a 12bit sampler with sampling frequency range from 1Ms up to 80Ms, which allows to perform more flexible and detailed analysis. It is possible to change the sampling parameters and it is possible to perform more accurate analysis.
- L Measurement calculates the Coefficient of inductance. The operation is the same than the standard version except that during the Auto Acquire procedure it’s possible to select through cursors the crossings of the damped sinusoidal and the zero axis for which it’s possible to calculate the oscillation frequency.
- EL measurement page permits to calculate the Energy Loss. The calculation doesn’t really consider the EL between two peaks only but considers all the peaks of the sinusoidal both positive and negative.
- Amplitude Measurement permits, during the Auto Acquire procedure, to select through cursors a part of the damped sinusoidal. The parameters are in angular degrees. During the tests the system will compare each single sample of the measured curve included between the two settled angles with the sample of the Master curve acquired during the Auto Acquire procedure. The test is passed only if each sample is included between a specific range.
- Absolute Area Measurement permits, during the tests, to calculate the area within the two parameters Start Angle and Stop Angle. The system will then compare the value of the area with the one already calculated during the Auto Acquire procedure from the Master curve. The test will be completed positively if the value of the area remains within a range.
- Differential Area Measurement permits, during the tests, to calculate the differential area within the two parameters Start Angle and Stop Angle. The Master curve obtained during the Auto Acquire procedure and the actual curve will be overlaid. The system will then calculate the area between the two curves. Obviously if the curves are the same the differential area will be zero.