L1 Systems When your L1 test method concludes, you can see the results you specified in your setup. Your L1 System will display results in these formats: • Results View • Graph View • Data View • Tolerance View • Statistics View When the test concludes, your L1 software shows your results in numerical and graphical formats. Essential measurements are displayed an easy-to-interpret formats.You can Start and Stop a test using the touchscreen display; manually set the home position and return the crosshead to home position, an zero your load (L) and distance (D) measurements. The Runs List shows the total number of tests perform. Red values indicate a test that was out-of- tolerance. Select the Run Number to recall the results and graphical data. Display your results in three formats: • Load x Distance • Load x Time • Distance x Time Export raw data from the graph or just the results. Exported information is saved as a .csv so it can be directly formatted to Microsoft® Excel® . Display your results in a large, easy-to-read format. Active Load and Distance measurements are displayed. During a test, the test speed and crosshead direction are also displayed. Your Test Name is displayed as well as the type of test: compression or tension. Results View Your results are displayed in a large, easy-to-read format organized for quick interpretation. The result and associated units of measure are displayed. During testing the active load and distance measurement is displayed. The crosshead speed and direction of travel is also displayed so the operator is aware of the current test status. Graph View Load, Distance and Time can be used to view the data points used for your test. You may sample at rates up to 1000Hz and display your graph profile for your test.You can select a point on the graph and see the associated load, distance and time. You can also overlay multiple graphs to make graphical comparisons. Da t a View Results can be displayed in a tabular format. This is ideal for a quick comparison of each test in a batch of tests performed throughout the shift or day.You can export directly from the Data view to Microsoft® Excel® . Tolerance View When tolerance limits are used for "Pass/Fail" analysis, you can see your tolerance limits compared to actual results. You also see "Pass" or "Fail". Failed results are displayed in red text. And we supply a deviation bar graph that shows where your results measured compared to your tolerance limits. St a tistics View Common statistics such as mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation and six sigma may be displayed for all test results. Systems 502 M a terial T esting / F orce M easurement New!