PULSE Labshop and Reflex – 2 Day Training CourseRegister now
The class is for new and existing PULSE users wishing to unleash the power of the new PULSE Reflex and the PULSE Labshop platforms. Participants will learn how to utilize the software to increase their analysis, post-processing and reporting efficiency and capability. The course will cover the import and acquisition of data, analysis techniques employing FFT, CPB, Order Tracking and Overall Analysis, and reporting in MS Word and PowerPoint. Each step of making a good measurement will be reviewed and demonstrated in PULSE. Best practices for sound and vibration testing will also be discussed.
Topics will include:
- Overview of how PULSE licenses work
- Overview of PULSE hardware and how to set up hardware
- Setting up microphones and accelerometers for use with PULSE hardware
- Calibrating transducers
- Importing different recording formats into Reflex
- Making recordings with Type 7708 Time Data Recorder
- Acquiring Data with both PULSE Labshop and Reflex Acquisition
- Listening to and selecting what portions of recordings to analyze
- Introduction to using FFT, CPB (fractional octave), and Overall analyzers in LabShop and Reflex
- Starting measurements based on triggers
- Creating waterfall/contour plots
- Creating custom templates
- Saving, exporting and recalling saved measurements
- Post Processing, Viewing and Comparing Data
- Analyzing data vs. time/rpm
- Creating reports in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
- Exporting data to Microsoft Excel
Who should attend:
This course is designed for technicians and engineers who perform sound and vibration measurements with PULSE LabShop or PULSE Reflex. This intensive hands-on training session will provide the necessary tools for efficient sound and vibration data acquisition and analysis.
Participants will need to bring a laptop computer with the latest version of PULSE Labshop and PULSE Reflex installed as well as their PULSE hardware and at least two microphones or accelerometers and any other transducers or calibrators you would like to utilize during the class.