Entries by Mark Yeager

iTestSystem 20 Coming Soon!

Coming Soon! iTestSystem 20.0 When: January 2022 The latest version of ITM’s engineering measurement software platform will make gathering data easier and more affordable than ever. For more information about iTestSystem, contact Chase Petzinger at (844) 837-8797 x704 or via email at chase.petzinger@itestsystem.com.

LabVIEW Channel: Splitter Bars

In some of my earlier LabVIEW channel blogs I showed how to use a subpanel to build scalable module user interfaces.  This blog describes another front panel layout tool for creating professional scalable user interfaces – the splitter bar.  Splitter bars allow the user to resize the adjacent panes while an application runs.  NI explains […]

Acosense & ITM Present @ TappiCon 2021

Come see us in the TappiCon 2021 Exhibit Hall at the Acosense Booth 769! ITM’s Ryan Welker and Zach Strong will be there representing both Acosense AB and ITM  to showcase and answer questions about Acosense’s Acospector Acoustic Chemometer, a Clamp-on instrument measuring complex fluids in the process industry, and ITM’s boiler monitoring solutions. When: October 3-6th […]

LabVIEW Subpanel

One control combination that our LabVIEW development team uses to build modular adaptive user interfaces is the radio button, subpanel pairing.  Using the radio button to switch between vis displayed in a subpanel essentially allows you to  make a tab control that scales with the front panel during resizing events. I built the vi shown […]

iTestSystem Application: Configuration

Turn Weeks Into Hours with iTestSystem’s Configuration Feature  If you are like most engineers, the last thing you want to do is spend hours upon hours configuring your project, your hardware and your sensors before gathering important data. The team at Integrated Test & Measurement (ITM) has been there. In fact, they grew so tired of repeating […]

Reduce File Size with Resample Analysis

Going Small Can Yield Big Results Thanks to Resample Analysis Feature  While it may seem counterintuitive to those used to gathering massive data files to solve complex engineering challenges, certain situations actually require gathering smaller files if you want to run a successful test.  For example, certain tests require gathering data on remote machinery over […]