Designed to reproduce field vibration environments in a controlled manner, LDS® V780 is ideal for tests in which articles must be subjected to real-world conditions while maintaining the safety and reliability standards found in laboratories. It is widely used in R&D and quality assurance by the automotive, aerospace and defence, and
Widely used in R&D by the automobile and aerospace & defence sectors, LDS® V830 medium-force shakers combine industry-standard ratings and versatility to offer comprehensive solutions for a variety of vibration test scenarios that include general stress screening, product qualification, and product and package testing. USE SCENARIOS Qualification testing of automotive parts
This versatile range of medium-force shakers is widely used within the automotive, aerospace, transport and packaging, and defence sectors. Coupling industry-standard performance and flexibility, they offer cost-effective and comprehensive solutions for a range of vibration testing scenarios that include product qualification and reliability tests, general stress screening, and product and
These shakers are widely used in R&D by the automobile, aerospace, and defence sectors. Combining industry-standard performance and adaptability, they deliver comprehensive solutions for a range of vibration testing scenarios, including general stress screening, product qualification, and product and package testing. USE SCENARIOS Qualification testing of automotive parts and systems,
Developed in response to our customers’ ever-growing testing needs, LDS® V875LS can reach ample maximum displacement, or stroke, while delivering generous force and velocity. This shaker is extensively used in R&D and production by the automotive, aerospace and defence, consumer electronics, and transport and packaging industries. It is suitable for high-shock
Powerful and adaptable, LDS® V8 is used within the automotive, aerospace, transport and packaging, and defence industries for a variety of R&D and testing scenarios that include pre-production qualification, durability and reliability tests, and product and package testing. It is suitable for high-acceleration shock tests, as well as for testing with
LDS® V9 is the preferred choice within the aviation, aerospace & defence, automotive, and packaging and transport industries, where strict standards and tight deadlines call for aggressive and vigorous testing. Designed for extended vibration tests, this versatile shaker is capable of imparting high sine and random forces for long, continuous periods.
Power Supplies: ZG-0386 - Power supply ZG-0432 with primary plug EU, DC-plug for Sound Level Meter Type 2238 ZG-0387 - Power supply ZG-0432 with primary plug GB, DC-plug for Sound Level Meter Type 2238 ZG-0388 - Power supply ZG-0432 with primary plug US, DC-plug for Sound Level Meter Type 2238
Microphone Accessories And Preamplifiers: DP-0952 - ¼" Microphone Adaptor With Integrated Cable For Calibration Of Noise Dose Meters Types: 4442, 4443, 4444 And 4445 ZC-0030 - Microphone Preamplifier For Sound Level Meter Type 2238 ZC-0032 - Microphone Preamplifier for Hand-held Analyzers Type 2270, 2250 and 2250-L
Designed for unattended measurements up to a few days (typically), the light and robust enclosure protects the measurement system from the weather and unauthorized access while providing power and remote data retrieval. Battery power is provided by two Li-Ion batteries. A charger is included in the case for each battery.
Weather conditions affect the propagation of sound, so wind speed and direction must be taken into account when measuring noise outdoors. Consequently, most standards for the measurement of environmental noise define limits for wind speed and direction. Connect your MM-0316-A or MM-0256-A weather kit to your Type 2250, 2270 or
This shoulder-mounted, cable-free, personal noise dosimeter has a simple two-button operation, an informative LCD display and an auto-calibration function. Its built-in memory and rechargeable battery provide several working days of measurement. USE SCENARIOS Assessment of noise exposure at work Occupational noise evaluation (OH&S) Daily ”noise watchdog” Selection of hearing protection
Measurement Partner Suite (MPS) is Brüel & Kjær’s state-of-the-art data viewing and post-processing toolbox for environmental noise and vibration professionals. It comes with all Type 2270, 2250 and 2250-L instruments. The standard configuration is free and provides field support with the Measurement Partner (MP) Field App for iOS and Android, and MP Cloud.
Protector is an unlicensed PC software package that provides a range of tools to post-process noise profiles for specific locations or people, making it easy to model different scenarios for “what if” analysis. Being unlicensed, Protector can be freely distributed throughout your organisation without the need to purchase extra dongles.
Qualifier enables viewing, documenting and archiving of airborne, facade and impact sound insulation measurement data. It also displays reverberation measurements as 3D-multispectra, providing a complete overview of the frequency-dependent reverberation curves. USE SCENARIOS Airborne sound insulation post processing Impact sound insulation post processing Reverberation time post processing Reverberation-time measurements are
With Evaluator or Evaluator Light, measurement data can be edited and combined in order to calculate the rating level for a noise source. Results are presented according to a framework of user-defined parameters, including time of the day/week as well as penalties for impulse and constant tones. To simplify the
Signal recording can be configured to run for the duration of the measurement, or it can be manually controlled or triggered to begin when a pre-set level is exceeded. Pre- and post-recording buffers can be utilised if the recording is manually controlled, meaning you can hit the manual event button
This module allows continuous logging of multiple parameters at intervals of 1 second to 24 hours, 10/100 ms logging of selected parameters and user definable report periods. It also logs spectra at specified intervals when Frequency Analysis Software BZ-7223 is enabled. With Signal Recording Option BZ-7226 enabled, signal recordings of the measured noise or
The application measures a dynamic range from the noise floor in each individual band to a maximum level of 140 dB. Spectral data can be measured for five different parameters: Leq, LFmax, LFmin, LSmax and LSmin. You can select which frequency weighting (A, C or Z) during the measurement setup. In
The application’s algorithm uses a measurement technique that gives narrow-band filtering using post-processing of a digital time record. FFT analysis is carried out in real-time. When used in conjunction with the Tone Assessment option on your Type 2250-S and Type 2270-S sound level meter, the application enables objective tone assessment in the field. USE
Using two channels enables you to make measurements that are otherwise impossible with a single (one-channel) instrument. The two channels can have inputs from the same type of transducer (e.g., two microphones) or different transducers (e.g., one microphone and one accelerometer). With two channels you can often halve your measurement