The bow of the Army watercraft came over the forward port side of Strong Virginian first. Message 6 of 7. Actual loading operations began 05 September in Hythe. Lifting the LCU by the newly welded padeyes versus a belly sling offered a safer lift for the watercraft, whereas using a belly sling could place structural pressure on the watercraft’s hull, possibly damaging the steel plates. Accepted by topic author IshanG. This will then give readings like: If I have misunderstood you, please clarify!
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The calibration option in DAQ Assistant is there if you are using a thermocouple module and you have 2 known reference temperatures, this will improve vm accuracy even more. This will then give readings like: Message 6 of 7. I hope this helps! Where the oscillation you see is 50hz mains noise.
Can anybody help me. I clicked on it and entered the sampling rate and sample number as multiples of 60 and resply. Strong Virginian is a multipurpose vessel that is providing the Army ready duty afloat prepositioned LCU watercraft capable of intra-theatre lift to remote or 2905 coastlines and inland waterways.
Each Army LCU 92055 fitted with eight special padeyes or attaching points-four welded on each side of the ship’s gunnel-to allow cranes to lift them onto Strong Virginian.
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This will give you a resolution of around 0. I tried to peform the experiment using Message 4 of 7. However when i tried to enter the minimum and maximum value for the voltage in the virtual channel to measure voltage i am unable to feed in voltage in the range of 1 ,v. After more than a year of planning by U.
Before placing the watercraft on the fleeting system, the stern of the watercraft was swung into position, allowing the watercraft to be aligned properly on the rails. Each LCU would be set down on 92005 deck at the ,v location and then slid into its respective position. Strong Virginian has large below-deck storage areas and is able to load vehicles — primarily Humvees and trucks — via a retractable, drive-on ramp.
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In m setting panel, there is an option for calibration. Message 7 of 7. Military Sealift Command officials fit four U. Message 2 of 7. The watercraft will now be used as part of the Army’s prepositioning equipment aboard Strong Virginian. Meanwhile, Strong Virginian was modified in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. However if you are using thethis will not help a great deal.
I see no reason why this would not work with your module, you just don’t have any Cold Junction Compensation CJC built in. If I have misunderstood you, m clarify! Enter Your Email Address.
The ship will carry small vessels such as utility landing craft and mechanized landing craft to be used at ports during contingencies. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Modifications included the installation of a fleeting system, or rail-type skids, that would allow the Army watercraft once on board, to be slid into the proper stowed position. They can carry five M1A1 Army tanks or 24 foot shipping containers and have a range of 10, miles. Lifting the LCU by the newly welded padeyes versus a belly sling offered a safer lift for the watercraft, whereas using a belly sling could place structural pressure on the watercraft’s hull, possibly damaging the steel plates.