VibroMetra User Manual

Frequency analysis

VM-SCOPE can control the frequency analyzer VM-FFT for an event triggered analysis.
 
Frequency analysis
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Start VM-FFT

 
1. Start VM-FFT
 
The connection between VM-SCOPE and VM-FFT (if licensed) is established by clicking the button Switch on frequency analysis or the button Switch on FRF. This copies the data of the VM-SCOPE after a trigger event and calculates and displays the frequency spectrum or the frequency response function.
 
A VM-FFT window will be placed on the right side of VM-SCOPE. VM-FFT is controlled by VM-SCOPE and will analyze the shown time range.
 
 
There are the following dependencies:
  • VM-SCOPE starts VM-FFT.
  • VM-FFT stops if VM-SCOPE is stopped.
  • VM-FFT is moved together with the VM-SCOPE window.
  • The analysis in VM-FFT is triggered by VM-SCOPE.
  • If VM-SCOPE is waiting for a trigger no analysis is performed.
  • If VM-SCOPE is closed VM-FFT also closes.
  • Changing the signal source in VM-SCOPE changes also the signal source in VM-FFT provided that VM-FFT is licensed for this channel.
  • Changing the measurand in VM-SCOPE changes the measurand in VM-FFT. The units can be set independently.
  • Changing the band filter in VM-SCOPE sets the maximum frequency in VM-FFT.
  • The settings for pre and post trigger in VM-SCOPE determine the time interval for analysis. Since an FFT only allows discrete time windows at a certain sample rate it may occur that VM-FFT will fill missing values with zeros.
  • Conflicts caused by certain VM-FFT settings are marked yellow.