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But for increased speed and accuracy, in hostile environments, with unattended monitoring or logging over long periods of time - you need electronic data logging. Alternatively you can use the PC itself as a data logger. The list of measurements that can be computerised is almost endless: temperature , pressure, strain , position, depth, rainfall , salinity, humidity, flow, pH, vibration, windspeed and so on. Using the PC as a data logger means a more flexible system with a real-time view of data trends via charts, tables or other displays.
It also allows automatic control should set limits be exceeded. For example, if a temperature reached a certain level then a heater could be turned off. There are many ways to connect measuring devices to the PC.
Some instruments, such as GPS receivers and electronic balances, can be plugged directly into the COM port of the computer. An important component of the system is the software.
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At the very least you need a driver to communicate with the measuring device and some data logging software. Stere, R. Derenzo, S. Luecke, J.
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Handbook Engineering. UTS Handbook. Subject learning objectives SLOs Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to:. UTS: Handbook Use strain gauges as arms of a Wheatstone bridge for measuring displacement. Perform measurements with linear and rotary potentiometers. Calculate the rotational speed of a shaft using either the Gray scale or the Binary Scale Encoder.
Most part of course is delivered to the students by means of lectures and tutorials conducted with the help of power point presentations and hand notes. Lecture notes and presentations are available through the web extranet for students to use in combination with the textbooks. Laboratory experiments: Carried out in small groups. Wheeler, Ahmad R.
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