Trigger-Hit-Count (THC) Hardware

The THC an expandable multi-channel (up to 36 channels) system which provides the trigger and hit count logic during acoustic emission (AE) monitoring and testing.

The hit-count analysis provides the number of threshold crossings counted per channel over a specified period. These user specified parameters (for example. the number of channels that need to be hit before a trigger is generated, the trigger threshold value and timing window etc.) are setup and controlled within our InSite-Lab data acquisition software modules.

The unit is software controlled over the PC USB interface.

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