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DATA ACQUISITION FEATURE


continuously recorded. This means that should a failure interrupt a test, recorded data up until that point will be saved. This is particularly beneficial as it also means the system should also continue data logging automatically after the interruption without any need for user interaction.


THE OUTCOME HBM data acquisition systems are suitable for a wide range of mobile testing applications but the immense load requirements and extreme environmental conditions surrounding Terex MPS did present a challenge. However, thanks to HBM’s extensive experience in mobile testing and


The hopper and feeder of the LJ5139 receives high impact forces when large stones, often up to one cubic metre, are dropped from the excavator which is used to feed it


demanding fields, it was able to provide a solution which offers Terex MPS the flexibility of being able to work around available and convenient testing windows. In turn, the equipment has enabled them to mount equipment and leave it running over the course of a few days to achieve gathered data, which has proved to be an invaluable asset. “The analysis software that HBM supplied is intuitive and easy to understand; the user friendly visualisation module allows us to view live data as it is being recorded on site. We are now also able to create custom indicators based on live calculations as we receive live figures of the toggle plate load while the crusher is running.


Another helpful feature is that we can continually change the display on the screen whilst logging, which allows us to monitor each gauge in turn as a full screen graph and we can instantly identify high loads. The post-processing capabilities of the software are also very impressive; there are a variety of ways to filter and trim data before exporting in various formats,” comments Boast. In addition to specifying and supplying Terex MPS with a system to meet its needs, HBM also provided engineers with valuable training and continued support, where needed.


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INSTRUMENTATION | MAY 2018


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