In this tutorial, valuable additional modules are presented and explained to simplify your work. From data processing through comparing tolerance curves right to subsequently generating an rpm channel – everything is possible.
The Mark Editor allows you to cut and trim one or multiple marks in the Source Pool quickly and conveniently based on time or a reference quantity, such as revolution speed.
Using tolerance schemes allows you to test measurement results against certain tolerance limits. You can create a tolerance scheme from existing measurement results or manually and then include it into your analyses.
The RPM Generator allows you to create an artificial revolution speed signal from visible order curves. Afterwards you can perform rpm-dependent analyses even though the revolution speed was not (or not correctly) acquired during your measurement.
The flexible configuration options of the RPM Generator allow you to examine order curves section-wise. Thus you can acquire even complex revolution speed curves and embed them into your measurements as new analog channels.