Data Acquisition Applications
Dewesoft data acquisition systems are used in many application areas, from flight testing to combustion analysis, bridge monitoring to acoustics, and many more. Our DAQ hardware has an application to a myriad of industrial processes.
Turn-key Testing Solutions
We have designed our data acquisition systems to be universal and versatile and can tackle every testing applications. Our plug-and-play DAQ systems can be used out of the box but offer enough flexibility that will leave you with endless possibilities. All our testing applications run on the same easy-to-use data acquisition software which will make you fall in love with your testing work.
Our products will introduce several benefits to your work. Faster learning curve, less cost, and finally, all your captured data will be perfectly synchronized and compatible.
To increase the quality of predictive maintenance, our customer installed vibration sensors to monitor the kinematic chain and pulleys of the bridge.
Learn how Dewesoft replaced old DAQs for vibration monitoring on NASA's Crawler Transporter core systems that require precise time synchronization.
Large Dewesoft 2264 channel signal conditioning and data acquisition system is used at the structural test facility in Indian Space Research Organization.
With help of a highly precise Dewesoft power analyzer, we checked if electric power economizers really save 10% of energy as economizer manufacturers claim!
Dewesoft solutions were able to simulate a heart rate signal and mimic its actual physiologic signals for the quality control on the VentriJect Seismofit.
See how the Dewesoft sound intensity solutions and data acquisition system helped to do the automated measurement of the sound intensity on Bobcat loaders.
Learn how our power analyzers with high bandwidth voltage and current measurements are used to troubleshoot electric motor and inverter terminal issues.
In the process of electric vehicle development, producers need to perform energy flow analysis on vehicles under development for best economic performance.
Radio6ense and Dewesoft developed a non-destructive test for monitoring the ripeness of fruits: electromagnetic, radio, mechanical, and vibration waves.