The Dytran model 5384 is a unique and innovative solution for fast, portable cost–effective 6DoF vibration surveys and data acquisition. The VibraScout™ 6DoF is essentially a plug–and–play, cost–effective portable data acquisition system. It contains an 8–pole elliptical anti–aliasing filter and measures X, Y, Z acceleration, along with roll, pitch, yaw.
Easy to install software allows for real–time, three directional acceleration acquisition along with angular velocity measurement. VibraScout™ 6DoF can plot recorded data, zoom and select a specific timeframe of recorded data for post–processing, reproduce interpolated oversampled data to provide better resolution of vibration signals, export multiple file types including time data, FFT, PSD and CPB in CSV, JPG, UFF58, and MAT LAB formats. An Application Programming Interface (API) is available for customers who would like to build custom applications for the VibraScout™ 6DoF.
- Apply post–processing analysis to record data from VibraScout™ 6D sensor
- Contains an innovative 8–pole elliptical anti–aliasing filter
- Measures X, Y, Z acceleration, along with roll, pitch, yaw
- Real time display of acceleration, gyro and temperature data with 5 seconds of buffer
- Test Log to display RMS, Max, Min, and pk–pk plots for overall recorded data
- "Scope Preview" feature for data playback
- Single and double integration for velocity and displacement calculation
- User defined filters for each individual channel
- FFT and octave analysis
- Multi–channel overlays
- One click export of all plots and text files to data file directory
- Develop "Pass/Fail" criteria for vibration or shock–based "end of line" acceptance testing
- Produce graphics, charts and data for reports and white papers
- Document "before–and–after" condition to assess effectiveness of design changes
- Perform ride quality and other "whole body" human response studies
- Establish the basis for a simplified machinery condition monitoring program
- Quickly quantify and pinpoint sources of unwanted vibration
- Measure tilt angles on heavy equipment, construction sites, and structures
- Survey anything to get a feel for what's happening– the first step towards fixing it!