SensorPlot™ consists of:
Software Specifications
Standard Measurements 
Standard Measurements  angular/linear position, velocity and acceleration  analog voltage  user defined measurements can be created by combining standard measurements, constants, operators and functions in user specified equations. EquationBased Measurements  Standard math operators: addition, multiplication...  Multiframe functions  Statistical and logical operators  Complex arithmetic  Integration, differentiation  Spectral analysis functions  Special functions: crop, shift...  Filtering: moving average, moving median, tracking filters, Butterworth, Bessel, Eliptic... Editors and Assistants  Main equation editor  Mini trace editor  Spectral analysis wizard  Filter wizard  Generalized data fitter editor 
Display Types 
Displays can coexist in any number with each display presenting one or more measurements. Displays can be moved and individually resized using the mouse. Graphical: Y and XY plotting versus time, sample number or versus another measurement or equation  Single or dual Y axis  All axis independently support autoscaling with optional peak hold.  2 cursors available to each display  Trace capture and hold  Measurements can be duplicated, filtered, enveloped, and averaged Spectrum:  Similar to Graphical displays except data is plotted versus frequency, frequency number or versus another measurement or equation.  Plots of phase and magnitude of spectral analysis functions Numerical:  Single numerical result of any equation in a large numerical display Statistical:  Tabular display of measurement statistics: current value, min, max, average, rms, peak to peak, sample count 
Interactive Analysis Tools 
General Data Fitter  Fit a measurement to a list of arbitrary equations (20 independent equations max)  Highlight of fit region, fit result, min and max residual error  Auto creation of new measurement from fitted result Statistics tool  Compute statistics over a specified range  Displays min, max, rms, standard deviation, average and peak to peak  Highlight of min and max Spectral Analysis Tools  Auto range or manual analysis range selection  Windows: Rectangular, Hanning, Hamming, BlackmanHarris, Exact Blackman, Blackman, Flat Top, BlackmanHarris 4 Term, BlackmanHarris 7 Term  Multiframe averaging with or w/o decay  Singleframe averaging with or w/o segment overlap  Auto creation of phase, magnitude, crosspower, autopower, transfer functions and coherence measurements Cursors  Measurements of actual or interpolated data points  Two per graphical/spectrum display  Define regions of analysis  Zooming: Xaxis with autoscale Yaxis, Xaxis only, Yaxis only, X and Yaxis 
Hardware Specifications
Motion Sensor (quadrature signal) Inputs 
Inputs connect to three types of sensors:

Analog Inputs 
 Maximum input voltage: +/10V  Single ended or differential modes (independently selected per channel)  Input range: +/50mV to +/10V (independently selected per channel) 
Sampling Subsystem 
Users can sample based on time, position (e.g. acquire a sample every 1.2º of a rotating shaft), or external event. When sampling by time, the sampling subsystem guarantees uniform time sampling independent of CPU load (i.e. no sampling jitter). Sampling/Acquisition Length Based On: Time: 1uS resolution, 1Mhz sampling rate max  Position (resolution dependent upon motion sensor)  External event: 1Mhz sampling rate max  Count (length only) 
Trigger System 
Blocks of data can be acquired in a controlled fashion using an acquisition triggering system that allows users to trigger acquisitions based on time, position, or external event. Manual ModeContinuous External Trigger acquisitions on the rising/falling edge of an external signal applied to one of the External Trigger inputs.Advanced Acquire a block of data based on: 
External Timebase Inputs 
 Support for both differential (RS422) and CMOS/TTL signals  Optional 120 Ohm terminaion  Maximum input pulse rate: 1 MPulses/Second 
External Trigger Inputs 
 CMOS/TTL signals  Maximum input pulse rate: 1 MPulses/Second 
User Supplies 
5V Supply: 5V +/5%, 2.0A (max) resettable fuse 12V Supplies: +/12V +/5%, 300mA (max) resettable fuse 
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