If you already know DEWETRON, then you are most likely also familiar with our data acquisition software OXYGEN. Our measurement software is the most intuitive software in the sector of data acquisition and can be operated via touchscreen or classic mouse and keyboard. Although it is very easy to use, OXYGEN is a very powerful tool with many different features that are worth to know.
No matter if OXYGEN is new for you or if you have already used it, the following questions and answers give valuable insights into features and possibilities with our software.
In our show we show you the world behind our DEWETRON-blue curtains. In every episode, we have a special guest from any department of DEWETRON who gives some insights in his or her job. In episode 1, Barbara Böck, our Head of Marketing, visited the show.
In our show we show you the world behind our DEWETRON-blue curtains. In every episode, we have a special guest from any department of DEWETRON who gives some insights in his or her job.
In episode 2, Christoph Wiedner, the Chief Product Officer of DEWETRON, visited the show.
DEWETRON’s data acquisition systems are capable to fulfill a wide range of tasks. Therefore, there is not one, but there are many different DEWETRON application examples. In other words, our customers are as diverse as they could be. Hence, our systems find use in areas like the aerospace & defense sector, the automotive industry, the energy & power sector and in manufacturing & industrial to name just a few. Similar to our systems and their functions, also the DEWETRON application examples expand.
For many years, the power measurement and analysis of AC voltage and current was considered a stationary discipline. However, this time is over now. Therefore, DEWETRON proudly introduces the dynamic power analysis – with the new era of power analyzers.
Imagine you need a measurement system for mobile applications that is easy to configure and can process fast data analyses. Maybe you also want to have a quick look into your data shortly after recording. Our systems of the All-in-One series are compact, powerful and come along with a built-in display that allows you to analyze your data directly on the measurement system. Today we would like to introduce the most powerful system of our All-in-One series to you – the DEWE3-A4.
Time flies by and we cannot believe that the first quarter of the year is already over. End of a quarter means that it is time for a new software release at DEWETRON, so we are excited to release OXYGEN 5.5 - the spring release of our data acquisition and analysis software.
We no longer want you to wait for the new features available in OXYGEN 5.5 – the latest update of the most intuitive measurement software you will ever see. For an overview of all the novelties, read our blogpost.
Power analysis is a very extensive topic. You have to be familiar with different parameters and calculation algorithms before setting up a power analysis on your own. DEWETRON's measurement software OXYGEN offers you a comprehensive power analysis feature that is worth to explore. But before you start, it is helpful to know some power analysis basics and how they work in OXYGEN.
We are surrounded by uncertainties and highly dynamic developments. The only thing we know is that we have to constantly adjust to new trends to not only keeping up with the speed and efficiency of others but also surpassing anyone’s expectations. What does that mean for data acquisition? And how can we implement industry 4.0 into our measurement tasks to make them smart? In our webinars, two of our DAQ experts present the features, interfaces and requirements of a Power Analyzer to lead the digital transformation of your facilities into the next generation. A live demo is included as well!
The complexity of electric power trains is constantly increasing. This results from ever-growing requirements on efficiency, durability and the achievement of maximum ranges. As a consequence, new challenges arise. It is for instance necessary to find a method to test and analyze complex powertrains. Furthermore, it is paramount to identify the negative impacts of testbed and automation system environments.
During the webinar, our experts explain how to overcome these challenges. By doing so, they emphasize the reliability and accuracy of power analysis. A theoretical examination portrays the typical limitations of today's testbeds and highlights the benefits of a distributed Power Analyzer. To give a better understanding of this new concept, our experts conclude the webinar with the demonstration of a practical example.