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A new dimension in vibration measurement

19 February 2014

Adept Scientific is now supplying a new measurement device for the acquisition of transient signals and vibration. Expert Vibro from Delphin Technology is a compact unit that allows vibration data acquisition using a single, flexible piece of equipment.

Using the latest processor technology based on powerful FPGAs, the Expert Vibro is equipped with up to 16 synchronous analogue inputs with sampling rates of up to 50kHz per channel. A 24-bit A/D converter delivers high-precision measurement. Users can switch easily between voltage, IEPE and shaft vibration sensors. Integrated comparators and digital inputs allow flexible triggering. Measurement data is monitored 'on the fly' with switching within milliseconds of up to eight digital outputs.

Characteristic values can be determined from time signals and spectra. Spectra are computed online (FFT) and recorded along with time signals and characteristic values. Expert Vibro has a built-in data storage capability to enable independent operation; while its touch display shows important configuration or measurement data. Versatile software channels enable Expert Vibro to be used for complex analysis and monitoring tasks.

Expert Vibro can be connected to PCs via LAN or USB. Optional WLAN, UMTS or LTE modules are available for standalone operation. Antennae can be connected via SMA sockets. Two PROFIBUS interfaces are available as well as Modbus TCP for fieldbus connections. Multiple Expert Vibro devices can be synchronised to process vibration data from many channels.


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