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Evaluating Inverter Drive Systems with High-speed, Multi-channel Waveform Recordings


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Some 35 years have passed since Hioki introduced the first Memory HiCorder waveform recorder in 1983. Today, the line has expanded to include a broad range of models, including two-channel variants that deliver functionality in a compact, lightweight footprint; four-channel portable models that can accept high-voltage input; standard and vehicle-use versions that allow users to freely choose the number of channels thanks to a modular plug-in architecture; and multichannel models (with up to 54 channels) that are designed to be embedded in systems and production lines.​


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://eepower.com/test-and-measurement/evaluating-inverter-drive-systems-high-speed-multi-channel-waveform-recordings