Hand-held PDA can handle vibration analysis
Scarborough, ON -- Jan. 29, 2003 -- The MicroVibe, a portable vibration test and measurement instrument from SKF Re...
Scarborough, ON — Jan. 29, 2003 — The MicroVibe, a portable vibration test and measurement instrument from SKF Reliability Systems, makes sophisticated analysis of rotating equipment available to virtually any technician who has access to a Handspring PDA (personal digital assistant).
Low-cost, compact and lightweight, the MicroVibe is the first vibration test and measurement instrument made to be used with a PDA.
It uses advanced features, including user-selectable measurements (English or metric), and offers vibration time-waveform standards, enabling an immediate assessment of a machine’s condition.
MicroVibe will accept a variety of sensors, including accelerometers and electro-dynamic velocity pickups. No special training is required to use it.
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