Isolation and High Voltage Measurements with Data Acquisition
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When it comes to reliable high voltage measurements, there are a number of factors that can negatively affect measurement accuracy such as ground loops, crosstalk, noisy environments, high energy transients and more. Understanding the concepts and root cause of these problems will enable you to choose the right data acquisition tools for ensuring safe and reliable measurement results.

Join us on November 18th as we explore how isolation in data acquisition can be used to overcome noise problems and safety hazards in high voltage measurement applications.

You will also learn more about the following topics:
  • Eliminating common noise sources: ground loops, crosstalk, common mode signals
  • Safe probing techniques with isolated and non-isolated instruments
  • Signal noise reduction and improved noise immunity
  • Common isolation topologies and their advantages
  • Analog vs digital isolation
Date: November 18, 2015
Time: 2pm EST
Duration: 1 hour
William Chen
Name: William Chen
Product Manager
 William is the Product Manager for high frequency instrumentation and high-speed data acquisition with Yokogawa's Test & Measurement division. William has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and over 3 years’ experience as an applications engineer in sales and technical support.