Instrumentation and Controls Laboratory

The instrumentation and controls lab is designed to facilitate the design and testing of instruments related to textiles, fibers, color image processing, and particulate filters. The staff has over 20 years experience in Linux and embedded operating systems, drivers and driver development, color science, data acquisition, and systems development.

 

Unique Capabilities:

  • Measurement of filtration efficiency of particulate filters down to 2 nm.
  • Real-time measurement of yarn diameters from mm dimensions to hundreds of meters.
  • Development of real-time Linux device drivers for data acquisition related to textiles.

Equipment:

  • TSI 3080 Electrostatic Classifier
  • TSI 2785 Condensation Particle Counter
  • Atomizers, diffusion driers, Alnor AXD620 anamometer
  • Keithly 6517 electrometer
  • Scopes, power supplies, wave generators
  • Data acquisition boards and software

 

Responsible for Lab:
Name: Dr. Warren J. Jasper
Phone: 919.515.6565
Email: wjasper@ncsu.edu