HBM Webinars

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Upcoming HBM USA webinars

Title Date Time Vacancies
Strain Gauge Excitation Voltage Explained   Apr 22, 2014 10:00 AM ET     
How to use LABVIEW with HBM Data Acquisition Systems   May 06, 2014 10:00 AM ET     
How to Install a Torque Sensor – Tips & Tricks   May 20, 2014 2:00 PM ET     

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Data Acquisition Best Practices and General Information

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HBM Webinar - Configuring an Amplifier for Data Acquisition

This webinar discusses all of the parameters that need to be considered to configure an amplifier for data acquisition.  We are discussing setting the amplifier range (gain settings), adding technical or user units, adjusting the zero point, and performing a one or two point calibration.  We are also considering more automated options for configuration including TEDS and using a sensor database.

The original webinar was held on December 17, 2013

Reduce Your Effort! Update Your Test Cells, Systems and Monitoring Without Any Software Programming

Test cells and test systems handle increasingly complex testing with various controls and data acquisition hardware, thereby interfacing with your component or system testing needs. Sophisticated software has to be written, tested and validated, often using various programming languages to work with such hardware. Changes to existing systems require more software development and maintenance. Solve many of your challenges related to noise, interference, addition of new measurements or controls without any custom software development.

In this presentation, learn how to add new signal conditioning capability, channels and real-time decision making to your existing test and monitoring systems without changing the already developed software. This helps you save time, effort and money. In addition, you also get to address various problematic issues such as noise, interference, drift, cabling etc.

The original webinar was held on December 3, 2013

HBM Webinar - Powerful Processing of Measured Data

Powerful data analysis capabilities are the key to making the right engineering decisions from collected data. This webinar will discuss the use of nCode GlyphWorks, a powerful data processing system by HBM for engineering test data analysis. We will take you through its easy-to-use environment for performing a wide range of functions in the time or frequency domain, plus statistical analysis, synchronized GPS and video displays.

The original webinar was held on November 5, 2013

HBM Webinar: Selecting a Sensor for Electrical Temperature Measurements

Do you know whether to use resistance thermometers (RTDs) or thermocouples when acquiring temperature data? This webinar will provide an overview of both types of temperature sensors. We will examine their physical and electrical properties as well as common applications, thus teaching you how to determine which of the temperature devices best meets your testing needs.

The original webinar was held on September 24, 2013

HBM Webinar - Ensure Safety and Accurate Results by Correctly Measuring Current and Voltage

HBM has a long and proud history of making accurate voltage and current measurements. This webinar will discuss the use of probes, dividers, current transformers and other hardware that may be used with your data acquisition system. We will also discuss data acquisition system options such as isolated inputs, differential amplifiers and fiber optic isolation that are available in order to make these types of measurements successfully. We will look at factors that must be considered in making measurements with a wide range of values (very small to high voltages and currents).

The original webinar was held on September 10, 2013

HBM Webinar - Acquiring Reliable Data Quickly and Easily with High Accuracy DAQ

In this presentation, learn how HBM’s most accurate tools can help you save development time and effort over traditional methods, reduce system cost, produce high quality, repeatable data and cut your project timeframe by up to 10X. With added benefits of isolation from noise and interference, our tools provides you with the cleanest acquired data so that post processing is dramatically reduced.

The original webinar was held on September 9, 2013

HBM Webinar - Good Data Gone Bad

View this this informative webinar to learn why it is important to recognize bad engineering data before using it for durability and performance analysis.
 
Collecting good time series data is not a trivial task. This presentation will shed some light on causes and examples of bad data, and what separates good data from bad data. We will explain ways to recognize bad data, and suggest best testing and analysis practices to ensure the best possible engineering decisions are being made.

Speaker: Kurt Munson, Engineering Manager, HBM-nCode

The original webinar was held on May 2, 2013

HBM Webinar: Types of Amplifier ADCs

This webinar covers the pros and cons of different types of amplifier ADCs (analog to digital convertors). Delta-Sigma, Flash and Successive Approximation types are discussed. The webinar also covers digitizing time-dependent signals.

The original webinar was held on March 28th 2013.

HBM Webinar: Simplifying Large Channel Count DAQ Systems

Fast and easy configuration for large channel count DAQ-systems is a big challenge. Users typically want to reduce setup times and increase the time available for testing. This webinar will explore different workflows for the configuration and share ways to simplify the process.

The original webinar was held on February 25th 2013.

HBM Webinar - Selecting the right filter for your application

Filters are part of the signal path when acquiring data. Knowing what filters are available and how they will affect your data will make it easier for you properly prepare and make your measurements. The key is to provide valid input to output data over the frequency range that you are interested in. Anti-aliasing filters and signal filters are useful but there are pros & cons that need to be considered before using them.

The original webinar was held on December 19th 2012.

HBM Webinar - Measurement Cables and Shielding

What is the purpose of measurement cables? Measurement cables provide connection between the sensor and amplifier for excitation voltage and measurement signals. Improper measurement cable practices can result in erroneous measurements caused by interference noise. Learn measurement cable shielding best practices in this webinar.

The original webinar was held on September 12th 2012.

HBM Webinar - Choosing the right DAQ amplifier for your application

An amplifier can enable a great measurement or cause havoc for the measurement or even an unsafe condition for the user. Ensure your next measurement is safe, reliable, and accurate by choosing the right DAQ amplifier and by addressing some of the more common measurement parameters!

In this webinar you will learn when it is necessary to use isolated amplifiers and the differences between balanced versus unbalanced, symmetrical versus unsymmetrical and differential versus single-ended amplifiers.

The original webinar was held on July 31st 2012.

HBM Webinar - Torque Measurement Uncertainty

Do you trust your torque readings? Without knowing the measurement uncertainty of your application, the measured value is of no value. The linearity, hysteresis or the accuracy class given by the manufacturer may not be sufficient. We’ll discuss how to take into account more of the possible influences acting in your application like temperature, off axis loading and more so you can be sure to have an accurate measurement.

The original webinar was held on June 26th 2012.

Applications

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Efficiently Measuring Torque in Marine Applications

Force measurement in press applications is typically done with sensors working in a force shunt. Strain gauges can be used as sensors in this application, but applying and wiring them is often difficult and time consuming. In many press applications, strain links are used to control the press process. Learn how these modern sensors and electronics can help you optimize your measurement in a press or similar application.

This recorded webinar was originally presented on April 8, 2014.

Load Monitoring Systems in Press Applications

Force measurement in press applications is typically done with sensors working in a force shunt. Strain gauges can be used as sensors in this application, but applying and wiring them is often difficult and time consuming. In many press applications, strain links are used to control the press process. Learn how these modern sensors and electronics can help you optimize your measurement in a press or similar application.

This recorded webinar was originally presented on March 25, 2014.

HBM Webinar: Dynamometer Engine Testing

Dynamometers are widely used for engine and power train research and development. The most common tests performed are steady state tests, sweep tests and transient tests. This webinar discusses how to perform engine testing for various applications using HBM data acquisition hardware QuantumX and D2T automation software Morphee.

The combination of these allows the user to add an unlimited number of measurements on the fly for data acquisition, automation and control. With an open platform this solution lets the user modify and customize the testing needs for their desired application including real-time data acquisition in an easy, accessible package!

The original webinar was held on May 14th, 2013.

HBM Webinar: How to Make Safe and Accurate High Power Measurements

Learn the key factors to ensure a safe, accurate and reliable high power measurement. Lightning impulse testing and switchgear testing are just a couple of challenging high power measurement examples that involve working with intense electric and magnetic fields.  Learn how to make accurate and reliable high power measurements per industry standards while ensuring the safety of users and equipment.

The original webinar was held on April 3rd 2013.

HBM Webinar - Critical Elements to Consider in Choosing Strain Gages for Sensor Design

Join us in this informative webinar and learn the key elements to consider when selecting strain gages for your sensor design. This free, 60-minute webinar will help you gain a comprehensive understanding of choosing strain gages based on your:

  • Basic review of strain-gage operation
  • Applications
  • Automotive, robotic and medical sensors
  • Environment
  • Expected strain levels
  • Installation methods
  • And much more

This webinar will also cover key considerations in creating a custom sensor if and when you encounter space constraints. You will learn there are possibilities of creating a sensor from an existing component of your assembly.

Speaker: John Pacheco, Product Development Engineer, HBM

The original webinar was held on March 21, 2013.

HBM Webinar - From Strain to Report: Using Strain Gages to do Experimental Stress Analysis

This webinar will define experimental stress analysis and explore some example applications. It will look in detail at the full measurement chain used in stress analysis applications: selecting a strain gauge, connecting the strain gauge (2, 3 or 4 wire), setting up an amplifier to record the strain signal and the software to use to analyze and display the results.

The original webinar was held on January 22nd 2013.

HBM Webinar - Efficiency Testing on Electrical Drive Trains

Continuous and synchronous acquisition of electrical and mechanical power. Beyond the numbers a traditional power meter computes, the GEN DAQ based eDrive test solution from HBM also delivers raw data. The HBM solution allows in-detailed analysis and result verification in demanding motor / inverter test setups.

The original webinar was held on November 28th 2012.

Strain Gages

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Load Monitoring Systems in Press Applications

Force measurement in press applications is typically done with sensors working in a force shunt. Strain gauges can be used as sensors in this application, but applying and wiring them is often difficult and time consuming. In many press applications, strain links are used to control the press process. Learn how these modern sensors and electronics can help you optimize your measurement in a press or similar application.

This recorded webinar was originally presented on March 25, 2014.

HBM Webinar - Compensating for Lead Resistances in Strain Gauge Applications

Measuring points in some strain gauge applications (bridges or aircraft wings are two examples) are often located at great distances from their measuring instruments. This can cause the lead resistances in the cables that run from the sensors to the measuring device to adversely affect the measurement results.

We will discuss some of the issues that you should be aware of and some ideas for minimizing the problems associated with this issue.

The original webinar was held on June 24, 2013

HBM Webinar - From Strain to Report: Using Strain Gages to do Experimental Stress Analysis

This webinar will define experimental stress analysis and explore some example applications. It will look in detail at the full measurement chain used in stress analysis applications: selecting a strain gauge, connecting the strain gauge (2, 3 or 4 wire), setting up an amplifier to record the strain signal and the software to use to analyze and display the results.

The original webinar was held on January 22nd 2013.

HBM Webinar - Critical Elements to Consider in Choosing Strain Gages

Join us in this informative webinar to help get you started with the key elements to consider when selecting strain gauges for your applications. Whether you are involved in stress analysis or sensor design, this free, 30-minute webinar will help guide you in the right direction when choosing strain gauges based on your application, environment and expected strain levels. In addition, you will gain a better understanding of the installation methods used and what you should consider before attempting to tackle this project yourself.

This webinar will also cover key considerations in creating a custom sensor if space constraints in your product or system optimization requirement make such a solution a preferred path.

Join us and be on your way to a more reliable and accurate sensing solution by selecting the right strain gauges.

Speaker: Randy Hopkins, Sensor Business Director, HBM

The original webinar was held on October 16th 2012.

HBM Webinar - Understanding the Benefits of Strain Gauge Technology in OEM Medical Devices

This webinar provides an overview of strain gauge technology and its applications within medical device and equipment manufacturing.  It explains the typical process by which this technology is applied to medical device designs and offers examples of device improvements achieved.

The original webinar was held on December 5th 2012.

HBM Webinar - How to work with strain gages in catmanAP?

Setting up strain gauge rosettes with catmanAP data acquisition software, using a QuantumX MX1615 data acquisition system.

HBM Webinar - Critical Elements to Consider in Choosing Strain Gages for Sensor Design

Join us in this informative webinar and learn the key elements to consider when selecting strain gages for your sensor design. This free, 60-minute webinar will help you gain a comprehensive understanding of choosing strain gages based on your:

  • Basic review of strain-gage operation
  • Applications
  • Automotive, robotic and medical sensors
  • Environment
  • Expected strain levels
  • Installation methods
  • And much more

This webinar will also cover key considerations in creating a custom sensor if and when you encounter space constraints. You will learn there are possibilities of creating a sensor from an existing component of your assembly.

Speaker: John Pacheco, Product Development Engineer, HBM

The original webinar was held on March 21, 2013.

HBM Webinar - Introduction to Strain Gauges

Beginning in the 1930's, mechanical engineers have used strain gauges to test theoretical models and the mechanical stability of their designs and since the 1950's, HBM has been one of the world's leading designers and manufacturers of strain gauges. One of HBM's objectives is to simplify the user's task by providing strain gauges and accessories appropriate to your application.

The original webinar was held on September 27th 2012.

Torque

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Efficiently Measuring Torque in Marine Applications

Force measurement in press applications is typically done with sensors working in a force shunt. Strain gauges can be used as sensors in this application, but applying and wiring them is often difficult and time consuming. In many press applications, strain links are used to control the press process. Learn how these modern sensors and electronics can help you optimize your measurement in a press or similar application.

This recorded webinar was originally presented on April 8, 2014.

HBM Webinar - Demystifying Dual Range Torque Sensor Capabilities in the HBM T12 Smart Torque Transducer

Have you wondered why HBM calls the T12 smart torque? Join us to review the capabilities of the T12 Assistant which provides you the means to set up ideal torque measurements with your HBM T12 torque transducer including signal filtering, reading rotor extremes, and creating user selectable T12 parameter sets. This webinar will also explain the widely used term dual range torque transducer. Learn what this really means and how it applies to the T12.

The original webinar was held on February 11, 2014

HBM Webinar: How to Select a Rotating Torque Sensor

This webinar discusses information a user should consider when selecting a rotating torque sensor. We consider application requirements, dynamic and dimensional considerations, budget factors and available alternatives.

The original webinar was held on May 7th, 2013.

HBM's T12 Assistant

Have you wondered why HBM calls the T12 "smart torque"? Join us to review the capabilities of the T12 Assistant which provides you the means to set up ideal torque measurements with your HBM T12 torque transducer. This webinar will review how to create and view settings such as rescaling a secondary torque signal at a smaller torque range to provide better resolution, signal filtering, reading rotor extremes, and creating user selectable T12 parameter sets.

The original webinar was held on October 9th 2012.

HBM Webinar - Torque Measurement Uncertainty

Do you trust your torque readings? Without knowing the measurement uncertainty of your application, the measured value is of no value. The linearity, hysteresis or the accuracy class given by the manufacturer may not be sufficient. We’ll discuss how to take into account more of the possible influences acting in your application like temperature, off axis loading and more so you can be sure to have an accurate measurement.

The original webinar was held on June 26th 2012.

HBM Data Acquisition (QuantumX, catman, PMX)

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Flexible Testing with QuantumX

Requirements for vehicle testing continue to increase for both mobile and bench testing applications, whether you are testing system components or the complete vehicle. Tests often require measurements from mechanical, electrical and thermal sensors. This webinar will introduce you to QuantumX ,a modern distributable data acquisition system acquiring all sensor inputs (mechanical, electrical and thermal) as well as data from CAN bus, GPS or cameras. Learn more about QuantumX and how to get the job done in a quick and reliable way, from idea to results!

This recorded webinar was originally presented on March 11, 2014.

HBM Webinar - Resonant Bending Fatigue Test on Pipes

Pipes used in the offshore industry often fail prematurely when fatigued, especially at the joints. Therefore, it is essential to accurately predict the fatigue life of these structures.

In fatigue prediction, the most common methods of loading are axial, multi-point and rotating resonant bending. In a rotating resonant bending method, a pipe is excited in a water pressure environment and uses a rotating eccentric mass by altering its position, driven by a high power electric motor. This develops a stress that is spaced out in time. We will discuss the methods to capture measurements of strain, vibration and displacement with variation of water pressure under temperature cycles. We will also address the challenges of signal conditioning in such a setup and discuss how to combat them. In addition, we will also showcase the ease of software integration for both the controls as well as the data acquisition portion of this application.

This recorded webinar was originally presented on February 25, 2014.

HBM Webinar - Flexible test and measurement - with QuantumX

In spite of increased requirements, data acquisition of mechanical, electrical and thermal quantities is more flexible and efficient today than ever before. In this webinar, we'll introduce you to the "Swiss Army Knife of Data Acquisition": QuantumX. The data acquisition system is reliable, highly flexible and can be universally used. Learn more about QuantumX, the all-rounder - from installation at the measuring point through measurement and data analysis.

This recorded webinar was originally presented on January 23, 2014. 

HBM Webinar - catman Easy AutoSequences

catman Easy AutoSequences allow you to customize catman Easy to meet your application’s needs. You can create computations, initiate special tasks, start other programs or analyze measured values and write them to an Excel table. Creating an AutoSequence does not require you to learn a programming language. This webinar will cover the basic setup of an AutoSequence and show several examples.

The original webinar was held on October 16, 2013

HBM Webinar - Research & Development Testing with LabVIEW® and the QuantumX Data Acquisition System

The QuantumX distributable DAQ system is used by over 1200 customers around the globe in a wide range of different applications, from demanding mobile or stationary measurement tasks to R&D. QuantumX brings maximum flexibility to measurement and testing by offering universal, high quality inputs and a variety of different operation interfaces, including the powerful test and measurement software catmanEASY. With catmanEASY, you can make measurement and testing easier than ever; parameterize all inputs quickly and acquire, visualize, store and present data instantaneously. QuantumX also fully integrates with LabVIEW so programmers of automated lab tests can take advantage of the QuantumX benefits such as isolated universal channels and best in class accuracy.

The original webinar was held on August 27, 2013

HBM Webinar: CAN Based Temperature Data Acquisition with the HBM SoMatCR

Do you want high precision temperature data in extreme temperatures and severe conditions?  The ruggedized SomatCR can provide this  by simply connecting it through a CAN compatible network.  This webinar will discuss how to create and load a setup file for the module as well as show you how to use multiple SomatCR units within a distributed CAN network.  Using the SomatCR Assistant software, the module will be configured for use with various data acquisition systems that have CAN capability including the Somat eDAQ and the HBM QuantumX.

The original webinar was held on July 30, 2013

HBM Webinar: Measure, Control and Connect with PMX

Learn how to perform measurement-centric control and data management for process monitoring, condition monitoring and end of line testing on industrial test rigs. PMX combines superior measurement reliability, tailored control function blocks and universal automation integration to deliver a user-friendly interface for operators, lower risk for engineers and higher productivity for your company. Join us to learn more about the unique qualities of PMX and what it can do for you.

The original webinar was held on April 24th, 2013.

HBM Webinar: Simplifying Large Channel Count DAQ Systems

Fast and easy configuration for large channel count DAQ-systems is a big challenge. Users typically want to reduce setup times and increase the time available for testing. This webinar will explore different workflows for the configuration and share ways to simplify the process.

The original webinar was held on February 25th 2013.

HBM Webinar - The QuantumX MX1615: A Universal Bridge Amplifier

The QuantumX MX1615 strain gauge bridge amplifier enables up to 16 sensors or strain gauges (SG) in full-, half- or quarter-bridge configuration to be connected by DC or AC excitation. Only one module is required to measure all mechanical quantities. Ideal for experimental stress analysis, the MX1615 offers unrivaled channel density and allows full integration into the modular data acquisition system. In this webinar, learn how to make better measurements in the presence of temperature variation, mounting irregularities & electromagnetic interference.

The original webinar was held on January 15th 2013.

HBM Webinar - How to work with strain gages in catmanAP?

Setting up strain gauge rosettes with catmanAP data acquisition software, using a QuantumX MX1615 data acquisition system.

HBM Webinar - catman’s Transducer Database

catman Easy’s sensor database will help you save test setup time and money. This webinar will show you how your commonly used sensor settings can be stored in the database and assigned to your test with a click of a mouse. The sensor database stores calibration, sensitivities and sensor information for all your tests.

The original webinar was held on August 14th 2012.

Somat eDAQ, eDAQ Lite and SomatCR

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Infield’s Test Control Module

This webinar will examine the many uses of Infield’s Test Control Module(TCM) such as data acquisition, visualizing live test run data and statistical data, and setting up post run statistical and time history outputs. We will also examine how TCM can be used in conjunction with Windows-based tablets to perform data acquisitions and post run tasks.

The original webinar was held on November 19, 2013

HBM Webinar: CAN Based Temperature Data Acquisition with the HBM SoMatCR

Do you want high precision temperature data in extreme temperatures and severe conditions?  The ruggedized SomatCR can provide this  by simply connecting it through a CAN compatible network.  This webinar will discuss how to create and load a setup file for the module as well as show you how to use multiple SomatCR units within a distributed CAN network.  Using the SomatCR Assistant software, the module will be configured for use with various data acquisition systems that have CAN capability including the Somat eDAQ and the HBM QuantumX.

The original webinar was held on July 30, 2013

HBM Webinar - How to Setup and Optimize the eDAQ Video Feature

Have you ever run a test and wondered what caused the data anomaly in the middle of the test? While the data reflects changes in the equipment, what was physically happening with the test object that caused those results? By integrating eDAQ video into your test, you can answer those questions.
This webinar will demonstrate integrating video into your eDAQ data files. We will review the process of setup, video recording and playback using current products. Additionally we will discuss best practices to ensure your data and the accompanying video meet your expectations.

The original webinar was held on May 21, 2013

HBM Webinar: SoMat eDAQ Common Field Problems and Solutions

Historically the testing season for eDAQ customers picks up in the spring due to the large agricultural and construction equipment markets that we serve. While testing is done in many locations year round the spring stills bring an increase of technical problems encountered in the field. The purpose of this webinar is to make our customers aware of common problems occurring in the field and methods to isolate and correct them as quickly as possible without a significant loss of testing time.

The original webinar was held on March 19th 2013.

HBM Webinar: Acquiring and Interpreting CAN message data with Somat eDAQ hardware

This webinar will provide a brief overview of the CAN communication protocol. We will look at how the Somat eDAQ can be used to record and interpret CAN message data.

The original webinar was held on February 12th 2013.

HBM Webinar - TCE Enhancements and eDAQ Updates

With the introduction of the Bridge Layer (BRG and EBRG) and customer requests, there have been numerous enhancements to TCE. This seminar will cover the enhancements made to TCE since version 11. Join us to learn about new features you may not have discovered yet.

The original webinar was held on October 31st 2012.

HBM Webinar - Precision GPS Receiver for eDAQ

This webinar will introduce the Somat EGPS200 which provides a robust 200 Hz speed update rate. We will cover the technical capabilities and benefits of using the EGPS200, as well as how to connect and use the device with the Somat eDAQ systems. We will also provide insight into using the device for applications such as brake testing.

The original webinar was held on August 28th 2012.

Genesis HighSpeed (GEN series and Perception)

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HBM Webinar - Motor and Inverter Testing on Electrical Drive Trains

Increasing the efficiency of electric motors and inverters plays a pivotal role in the future of electric drive trains for electric vehicles, aircraft auxiliary power systems and industrial power systems. Unfortunately, traditional testing methods provide inadequate results. To make any significant improvements, high-voltages, currents, torque and speed must be measured simultaneously and continuously at high sample rates especially during dynamic load changes. Learn a new method for measuring the efficiency of electrical motors, inverters and the entire electric drive train to greatly improve the range of electric automobiles and the efficiency of aircraft power systems during dynamic load changes.

The original webinar was held on January 14, 2013

Integrated test and measurement equipment for electric motors and inverters

How can the efficiency of electric drives be increased? In this webinar we explain what, from the test and measurement point of view, is key to testing electric motors and inverters in the electric drive train. The focus of attention is on optimizing the efficiency measurement through continuous and synchronized acquisition of the electrical and mechanical power.

This webinar was held on December 11th, 2013.

HBM Webinar - The New GEN3i Portable Data Acquisition and Perception 6.40

GEN3i combines everything you need for data acquisition (DAQ) in one device: as portable and robust as you expect from a data recorder and as powerful as a high-end DAQ system. The new GEN3i portable data recorder supports up to 96 channels in one device, continuous data streaming of 200 MB/s and user-configured integrated signal conditioning so you can select the modules your application requires – from high channel count to high speed.  This webinar will also discuss what’s new in Perception 6.40 including real-time calculations for the 1kV module, formula database enhancements, a dedicated eDrive user interface and PTP Synchronization.

The original webinar was held on August 20, 2013

HBM Webinar: How to Make Safe and Accurate High Power Measurements

Learn the key factors to ensure a safe, accurate and reliable high power measurement. Lightning impulse testing and switchgear testing are just a couple of challenging high power measurement examples that involve working with intense electric and magnetic fields.  Learn how to make accurate and reliable high power measurements per industry standards while ensuring the safety of users and equipment.

The original webinar was held on April 3rd 2013.

HBM Webinar - Efficiency Testing on Electrical Drive Trains

Continuous and synchronous acquisition of electrical and mechanical power. Beyond the numbers a traditional power meter computes, the GEN DAQ based eDrive test solution from HBM also delivers raw data. The HBM solution allows in-detailed analysis and result verification in demanding motor / inverter test setups.

The original webinar was held on November 28th 2012.

HBM Webinar - Perception 6.30 and the new GEN Series 1kV Module

This webinar shares information about the new GEN series 1kV module.  We are  also reviewing the new features in Perception 6.30 such as the sensor database option, local storage using iSCSI, the function creation wizard, new cycle math functions and much more.

The original webinar was held on November 15th 2012.

HBM Webinar - What's New in Perception?

Simplify your daily work! Learn about the newest software features and options that have been added to Perception. Many of the new features and improvements are available in standard Perception.

The original webinar was held on July 17th 2012.

HBM nCode Webinars

10 Ways to Perform a Faster Fatigue Analysis

Durability prediction is a common task for engineers – but how do you make sure you’re doing it right? In this webinar, we’ll look at ways to improve your fatigue analysis by exposing common mistakes and showing simple ways to improve your process.

Date: April 30, 2014
Time: 10:00 ET (view local time)

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