The vibration meter is suitable for routine testing the vibration of machinery and equipment, especially the vibration of rotating and reciprocating machinery. It can measure acceleration, velocity and displacement, which is widely used in mechanical manufacturing, electric metallurgy, general aviation etc.
- Simple operation, compact structure and portable for measurement
- Visually display the measurement result
- Acceleration, velocity and displacement measurement
- Different vibration frequency
- High sensitivity probe for accurate measurement
- Long and short probes provided, suitable for different situations of measurement
- Multi-functions, such as low power indication, auto power off, LCD backlight
||0.001~1.999 mm (Peak-Peak)
||±5% ±2 digits
||10Hz~1KHz (LO); 1KHz~15KHz (HI)
||3 1/2 digit display
||Piezoelectric ceramic accelerometer (Shear-type)
||AC output 2V peak (display full scale);
10KΩ or high impedance headphones can be connected
||Low battery indication
|Auto power off
||Automatically shutdown with no operation for 60 seconds
|LCD backlight display
||After 7 secends
||Equipped with two probes (S and L) to meet different measurement requirements
Tips: What is handheld vibration test meter?
Handheld vibration meters (including two types with external shear-type piezoelectric accelerometer or built-in accelerometer), have four kinds of vibration measurement parameters of acceleration, velocity, displacement, and high-frequency acceleration for your choice, with multi-functions like measurement data hold, automatic shutdown and so on.
Handheld vibration meters not only can test the acceleration, velocity and displacement of vibration, but also check faults of rotating machinery and reciprocating machinery. What’s more, it can diagnose faults of bearings and gears of rotating machinery by measuring the high-frequency acceleration of vibration. The handheld vibrometer is used to test the intensity of rotating machinery, so the instrument is widely used in machinery manufacturing, power, chemical and other fields.