Signalysis announces the latest release of SigQC analysis software. SigQC analyzes components, subassemblies and products to pinpoint NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) issues and determine, in real-time, if quality goals are met. Providing a completely automated PASS/FAIL inspection solution, SigQC is flexible and can be utilized for production and laboratory testing applications.
Some of the new features and capabilities include: Order Tracking, Post Process Design-Time Mode & SigQC Dashboard configuration. Read more here
“SigQC provides an automated production-line pass or fail inspection solution. The program eliminates guesswork by replacing subjective testing with accurate and traceable data,” explained Signalysis President, Neil Coleman. As a result, Signalysis customers are reporting measurable improvements with product quality while lowering costs associated with inspection labor and warranty claims. This latest release gives users greater flexibility while providing even more robust functionality.”
Delivering the Sound of Silence: Using Accelerometers to Detect Noise Defects
All products that have moving components will inherently make some noise. Many industries, such as home appliances, medical device and automotive have established noise requirements for product design engineers. Testing for noise in a laboratory has become a standard for almost all companies. However, testing for these noise requirements in a manufacturing environment is extremely costly and time consuming. Signalysis and the IQC Test System will correlate excessive product noise through the components vibrations signature. This 40 minute webinar will provide an overview of accelerometer testing – from test set-up through data acquisition and analysis. Case studies and data analysis examples will also be covered. Register here!