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Specific algorithms for peak & valley measurements are supported: find peak/valley, find maximum/minimum peak/valley, find averages for peaks/valleys.


Your results can be displayed in markers on your graph, in data tables, or in combinations.


Graph types are:


Load vs. Distance, Load vs. Time, and Distance vs. Time. Markers can display the load, distance and time to a specific point on the graph.


(Above) Use the Peak/Valley tool to locate the peaks for the entire test duration or for a defined segment within the test. per ASTM F88 Qualify your peaks and valleys using the sensitivity adjustment. counts, maximum, minimum and more.


Measure average,


(Below) The load average is calculated for qualified peak values using a load sensitivity of 25%. Adjust for sensitivity using the data definition menu or by using the sensitivity adjustment bar on the y-axis. In this example, the load average is specified at a segment starting at the maximum load point (Lmax).


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