The outcome of the EnginLAB R&D Division’s years of experience in testing and the development of test systems, the new RTC 9000 Software is the best solution for test systems: competitive, state of the art and optimised in terms of its function, ease of use and operation.
A powerful system which is also easy to use, with its simple, user-friendly interface, the software is usable even by less expert users, with easy operations including test and safety parameter setting, immediate display of test values in graphic and numerical formats, and immediate logging of test data.
For testing execution, the user selects the control mode: force, displacement, aux, encoder.
Parameter settings are quick and simple, including upper and lower limits, cycle frequency, cyclic test targets, multi-axis test phases.
Testing execution modes are:
- Sine wave
- Triangle wave
- Square wave
- User defined profile
Personalised data logging
The user selects the type of logging he requires for the test in question and its duration, to ensure quick access to the data for later analysis.
- Logging of all acquired data. Selectable logging frequencies are: 10-100-500-1000 Hz;
- Logging over a selectable period of time or number of cycles;
- Logging of max – min pick values vs number of cycles.
Data can be saved in a single file or cvs and txt files, numbered to facilitate identification by the user.
The user can export the image file directly from the test screen while the test is running.
The user can select and change the type of data display in real time:
- Time domain data graph
- Max and min vs cycles graph
- XY Graph with values selecatble by the user
Personalised setting of test parameters and sensors
The test parameters can be saved as defaults or to a personalised file, depending on the sample or component being tested, for uploading and use at a later time.
RTC 9000 optional tools include the “sensors setting tool”, which enables the user to change the names of sensors, units of measurement, sensitivity and sign, as well as importing the number of decimal digits displayed on the control panels.
Sensors setting can be saved as defaults or to a personalised file, depending on the sample or component being tested, for uploading and use at a later time.
The user sets safety limits for each channel.
When these limits are exceeded, the test is interrupted to prevent the sample failing (default setting).