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Old 9th July 2018, 03:20 PM   #91
schmike is offline schmike  Hong Kong
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Just send the email to you.
Hope I can get the reply.
Thanks alot

Originally Posted by AverPaul View Post
Paul from Avermetrics here. I'm sorry you are disappointed with AverLAB. We are a new company, growing very fast, and adding features very quickly.

Sometimes this means things are not exactly how you might want.

Yes, AverLAB uses wired Ethernet. We think this is a good thing, but it may mean for some computers you need an adapter or Ethernet switch. But there are many advantages, including being more reliable than USB and not having to be tethered to the computer.

I'm not sure why you are measuring flatness that is worse than expected. We calibrate every unit using NIST traceable equipment to specifications at least as good as the APX analyzer. Without knowing more about the situation it is hard to tell what the problem might be.

You are correct that the manual is only online. This is because we are adding new features every week, so any printed manual would be out of date right away. It is also true that the current manual is for an older version of the software. We are currently rewriting it to match the new 2.0 release. This new version is much more advanced than our first program, so the manual needs a complete update. Trying to use the new software with the old manual may be causing some confusion. We will publish a completely new manual later this week.

I would be glad to work with you directly to resolve any issue you are having. Please contact me directly at paul@avermetrics.com, or via our website at Avermetrics | Support | Avermetrics. I'm sure we can solve the issues you are having.

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Old 9th July 2018, 03:21 PM   #92
schmike is offline schmike  Hong Kong
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Just do the self test of FFT and level
I don't know it is good or not
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Old 11th April 2019, 04:59 PM   #93
pdouillard is offline pdouillard
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Have you received a reply?

Is someone received more specification on digital I/o as THD+N, SNR...
Datasheet on web site is a bit poor in termes of specification.

Is someone also already made some measurements with AP or other higher device to confirm the specs?

Any feedback from users?

Iím still hesitating enter the dscope III and AverLAB and need some recommendations to confirm my choice.

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Old 19th April 2019, 01:59 AM   #94
Techland is offline Techland  Ghana
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Your second measurement is quite embarrassing. How can you do a 2048 point FFT on 88 kHz bandwidth and then expect to see anything useful? Set it to 200k points or up and then show us the result.
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