Our new wireless vibration recorder, the RECOVIB TINY measures vibrations and shocks in all three axes.
It is extremely practical for a vibration diagnosis, offering up to 7 hours of measurement.
Its wireless technology and intuitive operation provides substantial time savings in the performance of your measurements.
It is the only range of vibration and shock recorder that allows several sensors to be used simultaneously in a synchronised manner enabling the performance of modal analyses and operational deflection shape analyses on large structures such as bridges or walkways.
We offer different measuring ranges from ± 2/6G to ±15G to ± 200G with a sampling rate of up to 1 KHz. It is able to record 1024 acceleration values (shocks and vibrations) per second.
The RECOVIB Tiny is the smallest, lightest and the most robust recorder on the market that is able to perform recordings in extreme conditions ranging from -10°C to +50°C.
It is also dust and water tight to IP65.
It can be connected to a PC or a smartphone via USB for measurements download.
The provided software allows for millisecond level time synchronisation between sensors, the selection of the measuring range as well as the programming of the measurement duration.
- “Quick and dirty” vibration monitoring and diagnosis
- Remote vibration diagnostic/consultancy
- Vibration measurement on rotating parts
The RECOVIB.Tiny is connected to a PC via a USB connection. The supplied software allows for time synchronisation with the PC, selection of the measuring range, as well as programming of the measurement interval.
When the sensor is disconnected from the PC and when the preset measurement start time is reached, the RECOVIB.Tiny begins to autonomously measure and store vibration values.
Once the preset stop time is reached, the RECOVIB.Tiny goes into sleep mode until it is reconnected to the PC.
The RECOVIB.Tiny is therefore recognised by the PC as an external storage device. Thanks to the supplied software, the measurements of one or more sensors stored in a compact binary format can be converted to standard formats depending on user preference (text, csv, MATLAB™ , LabVIEW™ formats).