Vibration testing of mechanical systems with laser vibrometers and/or more conventional accelerometers enables discrimination between good and faulty products and hence the analysis of vibration signals can be used for quality control on production lines. Normally, different manufacturing defects show different kinds of noise and vibration.
The nature of the problem is quite complex and requires the combination of advanced sensor technology and highly sophisticated data analysis techniques. Typical test stations employ advanced techniques of Pattern Recognition integrated into a complete system of data acquisition and signal processing. Complete and profound test on the final products is an essential requirement to obtain the necessary information for an adequate control of the production process.
Full automatic test bench for components in Production Line
Full automatic test line for industrial components in sound proof area by using robotic arm for plug connections, adaptable to several kind of components. The system guarantee electrical safety, functional and noise test and is composed by Microphones, Encoder, Current Probes and an easy GUI for test plan creation and automatic threshold definition. A fast order analysis is able to follow acceleration up to 2500 RPM/s.
Portable Pipes Vibration analyzer
Portable system for pipes vibration measure and control on rugged PC. Up to 4 triaxial wireless MEMS accelerometers for double integration of acceleration to calculate displacement and compare the signal acquired with “pipes vibration severity tables” according to international standards.
Laboratory equipment for components
System suitable for testing small components (HVAC systems, extractor fans, etc…). composed by 3 Microphones, Accelerometer, Current Probe, Encoder for motor position detection. It has the possibility to rotate the motor position during test up to 270°. The operator can apply several algorithm for the signal process as: RMS, Kurtosis, A-B-C Weighting, FFT, Order Analysis, Learning Mode-The system can be easily trained in fault recognition by “expert operators”.