Seminar: QuantumX—Use the Maximum Flexibility of the Amplifier. Ensure Efficient Measurement and Testing.
Do you use the QuantumX data acquisition system? If so, this seminar is tailor-made for you — especially, if you are using QuantumX with third-party software programs, such as LabVIEW, MATLAB, or Diadem, or have specific requirements for your measurement.
This one-day seminar covers the many possibilities that the system offers and explains how to use it. Particular emphasis will be placed on how to develop and implement smart system topologies (centralized, distributed) and how to configure the QuantumX modules using the integrated Assistant software.
The seminar agenda is as follows:
- The QuantumX family at a glance: A short introduction of all the modules (including the signals that can be connected);
- How the modules work together (topology, module connection);
- Understand the internal design of an amplifier module;
- Control the amplifier modules using the QuantumX Assistant software;
- Implement a firmware update;
- Correctly parameterize the channels: TEDS transducers or sensor database, set digital filters;
- Acquire CAN signals;
- Understand and use real-time functions;
- Output measured or real-time signals: +/-10V, CAN, EtherCAT;
- Isochronous data transfer; and
- A brief digression: How to use QuantumX with a data acquisition software (20 minutes).
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A practical seminar approach with a lot of "hands-on" training.
- Target group: The QuantumX data acquisition system users, especially if they are using third-party software or facing specific measurement tasks.
- Prior knowledge: None.
- 1050 € for Darmstadt, Germany
- on request for all other locations
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Make Optimum Use of the Full Potential Offered by QuantumX
Benefit from all the advantages offered by the QuantumX data acquisition system—right from the start. The topics covered by the seminar include: control, topology, and integration into existing systems.