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Offline ttp

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Test results interpretation
« on: August 14, 2013, 10:11:08 am »
I will do some sensor testing, in goes the known quantity of pressure, current, voltage, temperature (or anything else), output is either digital value or 4-20mA. For each measurement it is easy to determine the error but I'd like to see examples of what sensible processing can be done with a set of test results for one sensor and a batch of same sensors?

Can anyone suggests a good website or (e)book on the subject - making sense of test results for engineers? I'm after practical approach.
 

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Re: Test results interpretation
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2013, 10:20:10 am »
cant give much, in most cases its a case of span, zero and non linearity plotting, you can then go and crunch these into probability bell curves on what you can expect out of a given batch for a given certainty,

beyond that its not too clear what your wanting, is it more for quality control or more seeing how they change over time?
 


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