PAK – MKII Testing Setup and Procedures
The PAK – MKII data acquisition and analysis system provides users with a myriad of choices during test setup and preparation. The following video tips were hand selected to help users understand how to use the multitude of features in the PAK software suite. The PAK Quickstart tutorial is a video for beginning users who are looking to take data in the simplest manner. The PAK Video Tips are videos about a unique topic to help existing or experienced PAK users gain a deeper knowledge of how to get the most of their PAK – MKII experience.
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PAK Quickstart Tutorials
With this PAK Tutorial Video we explain how to quickly and easily record data using our PAK Easy Measurement Workflow. Following this step by step guide you will learn how to:
- Connect to your MKII
- Set up various sensor types include a tachometer channel
- Calibrate your sensors
- Plot some basic data in real-time
- Record several tests
- Quickly evaluate the data.
With this 6 minute PAK Tip Video we explain the background for digital order analysis in data acquisition for a rotating system. We cover the advantages of a digital order analysis compared to a regular FFT order analysis, several rules of thumb for setting up an analysis properly, and how to set up an order analysis in Classic PAK Measurement.
When performing an FFT analysis in PAK it is important to understand the how the FFT parameter settings will affect your data. This PAK Tip Video quickly explains and demonstrates the proper setting and strategies for an FFT analysis in PAK.
In this short tutorial we cover how to calibrate your acceleration, sound, and slow – two point calibration channels (like a string potentiometer or temperature sensor).
You can increase your channel count using one of three methods discussed in this PAK Tip Video. Sync your MKIIs without using any extra hardware, with the SyncLink card, or using GPS Modules. Learn how to setup and run a test with each method as well as benefits and drawbacks.
Using the dynamic PAK Software you can perform Sound Power and Sound Intensity testing quickly and easily. This video demonstrates how to use the powerful Acoustic Intensity software module for sound power and sound intensity testing.
PAK allows you to easily setup classic measurement to test a sequence of varying positions without having to continuously restart measurements. This short video describes the steps necessary to create such a measurement.
Strain measurements are possible using a WSB module and the procedure described in this video. Strain measurements are possible using a WSB module and the procedure described in this video.
The steps described in this tutorial help you to activate a zero point voltage in PAK to manage and remove a DC offset on data during testing.The steps described in this tutorial help you to activate a zero point voltage in PAK to manage a
nd remove a DC offset on data during testing.
You can quickly modify your position labels after a measurement if you didn’t set them correctly or didn’t change them from the defaults. You can quickly modify your position labels after a measurement if you didn’t set them correctly or didn’t change them from the defaults.
Learn how to use PAK’s Equipment Manager to manager you MKII equipment, test sensors, calibration dates and values, and much more.Learn how to use PAK’s Equipment Manager to manager you MKII equipment, test sensors, calibration dates and values, and much more.
In PAK you may run into a situation where a data set is created with multiple sampling groups but you do not have the licenses available to evaluate multiple sampling groups. This video describes how to combine all of your sampling groups into one to avoid license conflicts and an interruption in analysis.
Follow this video guide to help you set-up, evaluate, and export data from the PAK Software Impact Module for a test with a moving hammer and accelerometers.
This video is a short tutorial showing you how to setup and run an online monitoring measurement in PAK.