Peak Difference

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Peak Difference

This command displays the difference in value between the peak of the maximum Data Plot and the peak of the minimum Data Plot in any location of the Data Graph. This command is especially useful for measuring side-to-side heating differences in a  machine (oven).

Important Information

This is available when in Engineer Mode.

 

To display the peak difference between Data Plots:

Important Information

The peak difference is calculated as the maximum difference between the highest peak and the lowest peak within the rectangle.

1)On the Tools menu, click Peak Difference.
2)Position the mouse pointer on a corner of the area you want to analyze.
3)Press the left mouse button and drag the pointer diagonally to the opposite corner to form a Peak difference box. An outline of the box appears as you drag.

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To remove the peak difference:

1)Using the mouse pointer, select the object on the Data Graph by clicking it once. The object trackers will then become bold indicating that it has been selected.
2)Press the [Delete] key on the keyboard to remove the object.

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This command can be accessed on the Toolbar when the Profile Tab is active.

Peak Difference Button

Peak Difference Button