Daqarta v7.20.1 UMIK-1 setup with REW With the miniDSP UMIK-1, you have an easy way to get started with acoustic measurement: to optimize and equalize your subwoofer, to correct for room effects, or even to design your own loudspeakers! In this application note, we'll show you how to get up and running with the UMIK-1. 1. Mount the UMIK-1 into the small stand supplied with it, or if you like, you can use any other microphone stand. Connect an audio output from your computer to your sound system. 2. Go to the UMIK-1 page and enter your microphone's serial number. The calibration file ensures that your microphone is as accurate as possible. "Sens Factor =-16.273dB, SERNO: 7000343" 20.396 -0.376769317 22.242 0.434645133 24.255 0.819522375 26.4503 0.869646823 ... 3. Download Room EQ Wizard from Home Theater Shack. Once installed, start REW. Answer Yes to the next question about the calibration file, and then locate the file that you saved above. 4. Now open the REW SPL Meter. 5. What's next? You're well on the way now!
Visual Analyser 2011 XE Creating a combined instrument | Instruments | Multi Channel measurement software | Classroom With the Multi Channel oscilloscope software, you are not limited to number of channels of one oscilloscope. It is possible to combine two or more oscilloscopes to form a combined instrument. Once the instruments are combined, the resulting single oscilloscope works just like a normal oscilloscope. There is no limit to the number of channels in a combined oscilloscope. Combining is possible with the following instruments: The Handyscope HS5 can be combined to other Handyscope HS5s only. Combining in hardware The measuring systems of the individual Handyscope HS5s are coupled to each other by means of TP-C50H Coupling cables which are placed on the AUX IO connectors of the instruments. Combining in software Combining Handyscope HS5s is done fully automatically. Adding an instrument to an existing combined instrument Extra instruments can be added to an existing combined instrument. Removing an instrument from a combined instrument All connected instruments are listed in the dialog.
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Oscilloscopes | TiePie test and measurement products Oscilloscopes, multimeters, spectrum analyzers, protocol analyzers and other high accuracy measurement products. TiePie engineering offers a wide range of high quality data acquisition instruments that can be used simultaneously as oscilloscope, multimeter, spectrum analyzer, data logger and protocol analyzer. Measurements are performed with sample frequencies up to 1 GS/s at resolutions up to 16 bit. Most TiePie oscilloscopes are equipped with a USB interface and can be operated without additional external power. All TiePie engineering oscilloscopes are listed below with their key specifications.