Turning Point Analysis with dataTaker Data Loggers

Flexible dataTaker Systems Let You Monitor Almost Any Value
CHESTERLAND OH—September 13, 2012

Turning Point Analysis is a method of data compression for arbitrary waveforms. The incoming waveform is sampled at speed and analyzed in real time to identify the turning points (Maxima and Minima) of the waveform, and the value and time of the turning point are also logged to memory for later recovery. Using series 3 dataTaker dataloggers, the Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have assembled this tutorial to examine this subject, including a simple method of noise rejection (dead banding) for dataTaker DT800 and DT500 data loggers. Read more on our White Papers page.