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Product Code: SV106A

SV 106A Human Vibration Meter & Analyser

The latest six-channel human vibration meter and analyser. A revolutionary, pocket-sized instrument simultaneously measures with two tri-axial accelerometers (e.g. whole-body). All required weighting filters, including band-limiting filters, are available. It offers six channels for acceleration and two inputs for static force measurements. 

Features include:

  • Vibration meter mode: RMS, VDV, MTVV or Max, Peak, Pea-Peak, Vector, A(8), Dose, ELV, EAV. Simultaneous measurement in six channels
  • Datalogging: Time-history data including meter mode results and spectra
  • Analyser: 1/1 and 1/3 octave real-time analysis
  • Memory: 16Mb
  • Battery life: >16 hours. 

 

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Buy for: £1,995.00 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £2,394.00 (inc VAT)
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