Crystal Instruments products support a wide range of sensors and their measurement quantities. With the introduction of the Spider-80SGi (a general-purpose data acquisition device), using a customizable excitation voltage has substantially increased the range of sensors that can be interfaced to the Spider platform of devices.Read More
The 2019 Sensors Expo & Conference took place this year at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, hosting 7,500+ attendees and 350+ exhibitors and showcasing sensor technologies ranging from wireless IoT applications to medical and automotive technologies.Read More
EDM’s Account Management program controls the accessibility of features from different users. This provides a structure for managing the privileges for different groups of users. The Account Manager can be used to prevent lower-level users from adjusting parameters or display settings. It also allows users to customize the toolbars for a simplified user interface. By hiding certain features, the UI can be made much easier to use.Read More
Crystal Instruments will be exhibiting at the Electrifying Challenges for Road and Tyre Noise Conference located at MIRA Technology Institute (MTI), UK on September 18, 2019.Read More
Crystal Instruments will be exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering show located at Birmingham, UK from October 30-31, 2019. Our products will be displayed in the Alphatech Ltd booth.Read More
How do you select the reference location for a modal test? What needs to be considered? Let's discuss this to see how to think about this.Read More
Join Crystal Instruments in Seattle, Washington from October 8-9, 2019 for an Experimental Modal Measurement & Analysis Seminar featuring Dr. Pete Avitabile.Read More
Is it really necessary to reject a double impact?
Are they really a problem?
Let's talk about this.
I know that many people will say that a double impact is totally unacceptable. It is not the optimum condition for collecting impact data for a modal test. However, under certain circumstances, it may be reasonable to accept a measurement that has resulted from a double impact. Let's discuss this problem that may arise when a double impact occurs and explain how to determine if the measurement is acceptable or not.Read More
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) held the 2019 Noise and Vibration Conference in Grand Rapids Michigan this year. The conference, which is a biennial event, took place from June 10th to the 13th and drew roughly 1,000 engineers focused on NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) and sound quality measurements. Crystal Instruments was proud to take part in sponsoring the conference this year.Read More
Crystal Instruments is pleased to offer 15- or 30-day rental systems, providing users with an easy and accessible option to try one of our latest systems. Users can access the full power of Crystal Instruments’ Engineering Data Management (EDM) software along with a full featured hardware system.
Visit www.crystalinstruments.com/ci-rentals to learn more.Read More