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Conductivity measurements

Postby bosilta » Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:09 am

Hello everyone,
I'm a brand new user of oscilloscope PicoScope 2000 series (50MHz) as well as its corresponding software PicoScope 6. I'm observing flow patterns in stirred aerated bioreactor vessels as a function of agitation and aeration and I would like to distinguish between flooded and dispersed state through constant online measurement of conductivity. I'm attaching few pics of how my measurement looks like. As I have never used this program before, I'm unable to view the absolute values of my measurement. Furthermore, is it possible to set a line that would serve as a reference compared to my measurement and could be subtracted from it? Is is better to use resolution enhancement and lowpass filtering option in my case?

Any suggestions or hints on how to establish and capture the measurement in PicoScope 6 are more than welcome!


Thank you very much for your time and answers, I appreciate it a lot!

Regards,


Tadej
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Re: Conductivity measurements

Postby Martyn » Fri Nov 18, 2016 10:07 am

There are a few options, Reference Waveforms, Measurements and ALarms which are explained in the relevant text or video on the following pages

Reference Waveforms Info on this page
Automated Scope Measurements Video on this page
Mask Limit Testing Video on this page
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