Version 4.1 of the THM1176 software brings several important improvements:
The auto-rotation feature operates on blocks of measurements, just like the peak-to-peak and standardA standard is the internationally agreed-upon physical representation of a unit. For example, a caesium clock is the standard for... deviation computations. It estimates the direction of dB/dt, and projects each B vector in the block onto that axis. We have called the unit vector in the dB/dt direction B', so the "auto-rotated" B vector is B.B'.
To illustrate the use of this new feature, I stuck a TFM1186 into the mess of power cables under my desk, as shown in the photo at the top of this page. Comparing the "raw" data with the "auto-rotated" data, and the FFT of B with the FFT of B.B':
The FFT of B.B' clearly shows the spectral peaks at 50 Hz and its odd harmonics. The false peak at 100 Hz that we see in the FFT of B, caused by the rectification of the AC signal in the computation B=√(Bx^2+By^2+Bz^2), is largely suppressed.
You can also compute the peak-to-peak, standardA standard is the internationally agreed-upon physical representation of a unit. For example, a caesium clock is the standard for... deviation and RMS values of B.B'. The help available in the application has been updated, but the manual has not. In fact, we're already working on version 5 of the software...
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