Kurtosis is a parameter of any signal, which represents its “peakedness”. But what makes this parameter so important for vibration testing and data analysis? And how can you manipulate it in RULA software? Let’s find out.
In this small article, you will learn how to update the internal software of our vibration controllers RL-C21, RL-C25, and RL-C21M. Updating the internal software is very important in order to prevent connection errors during the tests.
The TestUp desktop application comes in a bundle with RULA devices. It allows the user to perform all basic types of tests, including Sine, Random, and Shock, as well as more advanced types (Sine on Random, Sine, and Random on Random, Sine on Sine, SRS, TTH, time waveform replication) and Multishaker tests. In this article, we've listed the minimal system requirements for using the software.
Pre-start check is a convenient function of TestUp software for vibration testing that lets you double-check the test parameters and prevent equipment failures. Learn more about pre-start check in today’s article.
Some tasks require you to run several tests in a row (Sine, Random, Shock, SRoR, etc.) on the same object RULA provides a convenient tool that allows you to run multiple profiles with a press of a single button — Sequence of Tests.
Creating a Random test from a recording or field data in RULA software is a simple task that only takes six steps: we are here to guide you through the process.
There are two ways of creating a Random test from a recording...