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Digital vibration measurement in production environments

POLYTEC GMBH : 11 August, 2003  (New Product)
The new Polytec Industrial Vibration Sensor (IVS-300) is an integrated single box
vibrometer, specifically developed for non-contact vibration measurement in
production test applications. It features a robust and compact design, sealed according to IP-64 standard to cope with the challenges of harsh industrial areas. The IVS-300 exploits the latest digital signal processing techniques to ensure accurate and repeatable
measurement from uncooperative surfaces.
The new Polytec Industrial Vibration Sensor (IVS-300) is an integrated single box
vibrometer, specifically developed for non-contact vibration measurement in
production test applications.

It features a robust and compact design, sealed according to IP-64 standard to
cope with the challenges of harsh industrial areas. The IVS-300 exploits the latest
digital signal processing techniques to ensure accurate and repeatable
measurement from uncooperative surfaces.

The IVS-300 features:
0.5 Hz to 22 kHz frequency response (highly linear)
Velocity up to 500 mm/s (3 ranges for best resolution)
Advanced digital signal electronics for lowest noise/highest sensitivity

The IVS-300 is the first choice for non-contact measurement on 'difficult'
surfaces with poor light scattering characteristics and for the resolution of low
vibration amplitudes requiring high resolution. All range and filter settings are
software configured via a serial interface, leaving no risk of accidental changes in
key settings on the production line. Vibration signal output is via an analog ( 4V
BNC), or digital audio interface (SP-DIF).
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