The general response is DO NOT CROSS-POST, for a variety of reasons. But that's not the issue here; the issue is that the damage (exaggeration!?) is already done.
A more relevant Meta.SE post is this one. Quoting Shog9,
You should try to avoid this.
My recommendation is: ask on Magento first. If you don't get a useful answer there after a reasonable amount of time (a couple of days at minimum), then post a question on Stack Overflow informed by your experience on Magento
So that's SE policy.
In our specific case, I agree - post the question here first, then, if no answer is to be found after some time, you can maybe consider posting it on another SE after you close it here first.
In this case, the question was asked here first (good) and received some good answers within 24 hours (good), and the OP accepted an answer (also good). The OP then posted the question on Electrical Engineering (bad) where it received a couple answers (good) but leaves the two questions unrelated (bad). It's also surprising, since the answers seemed to address the OP's issue, although he did comment
Thanks, your explanation is what we are planning on doing. But we need define a system for test, validation, as well as manufacturing. We have one of the exact instruments you have recommended
Which leads me to think the issue is not resolved, in which case that should be articulated in the question here.
I don't think we should get rid of the question here, but we definitely shouldn't delete it from both sites. The best thing to do would be to get in touch with the guys over on Electrical Engineering, which I'm currently attempting (via chat, because I don't have an Electrical Engineering account) but have so far not succeeded. But if Dave Tweed (mod on EE and active user here) could help us out, that would be great. . .