SignalScope X supports impact testing for modal analysis

In order to facilitate impact testing, measurement software generally requires several specific options, including reference input triggering with pre-trigger delay, force windowing for the reference input, exponential windowing for all inputs, and the ability to preview captured impulses and accept or reject the inclusion of the captured data in the final result. In version 11.2, SignalScope X now includes these capabilities within the Dual FFT Analyzer tool.

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Multi-channel audio playback has come to SignalScope X

SignalScope X’s Pro Tool Set now includes a multi-channel audio file player that can import audio files from your iPhone or iPad’s Music Library, or from other apps, like Files and Dropbox. If you have been looking for a way to analyze your pre-recorded data, the new Player tool is it.

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Measure loudspeaker impedance with SignalScope X and DATS V2

This video shows how to measure loudspeaker impedance using SignalScope X and Dayton Audio’s DATS V2. It highlights SignalScope X’s MultiTool and Dual FFT Analyzer. First, the DATS V2 is configured and calibrated with its included 1kOhm resistor. Then, loudspeaker impedances can be measured and compared very quickly.

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Faber Acoustical Releases SignalScope X for iOS as a Free Download

Faber Acoustical introduces SignalScope X as its new flagship dynamic signal analysis, data acquisition, and acoustics app for iOS. The culmination of nearly 10 years of iOS development experience, SignalScope X offers in-app subscriptions to replace and exceed the functionality currently found in other apps from Faber Acoustical, including SignalScope, which was available in the iPhone App Store on its opening day in 2008. SignalScope X is now available on the App Store as a free download.

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A caution regarding the iPad microphone with iOS 9.3+

If you rely on SoundMeter, or one of our other apps, for regular sound level measurements, you might want to consider holding off on updating iOS until a solution is available. For those who have already updated, the workaround of connecting and disconnecting a headset microphone offers a solution for continuing to work with the built-in microphone as before.

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Easy calibrated vibration measurements on Mac or iOS

Although Faber Mac and iOS apps have offered excellent sound and vibration analysis tools from the start, the introduction of the Digiducer 333D01 USB Digital Accelerometer makes vibration measurement easier and more portable. When the 333D01 is connected to a Mac, iPhone, or iPad, it will be immediately recognized by our apps and ready for calibrated measurements.

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