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I'm new to Arduino using. How can I use Arduino to take measure of vibrational characteristics of a beam?
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Attach an accelerometer to the beam, and read its outputs.
An example:
https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10955
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thks!
noq i want to plot the data as function of time
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Try sending it to this program on a PC:
http://www.negtronics.com/simplot
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