Measure torque and vibration, and analyzebehavior during motor operation.
Discover resonance phenomena and other unpredicted frequency components by using FFT calculations to perform a frequency analysis.
Perform Frequency Analysis Using FFT Calculations.
The MR6000/MR6000-01's FFT calculation functionality can be used to perform frequency analysis of torque and vibration signals.
The MR6000/MR6000-01's FFT calculation functionality can analyze 8 phenomena simultaneous per measurement.
By performing FFT analysis of signals input to different channels, it is possible to analyze frequency components occurring at the same time on different channels.
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The torque sensor*1 (strain gage-type converter) is connected to the Strain Unit U8969 to measure torque.
An acceleration sensor*2 affixed to the chassis, on which the motor is mounted, is connected to the Charge Unit U8979 to measure vibrations being transferred to the chassis.
*1: Torque sensor (strain gage-type converter). Contact the sensor manufacturer for details about sensors.
*2: Charge output type with built-in pre amp. Contact the sensor manufacturer for details about sensors. Learn MoreDownload Brochure