- SWIR Single-Point Nova-Basis
- SWIR Single-Point Nova-Speed
- SWIR Single-Point Nova-HF
- SWIR Scanning Vibrometer
- SWIR Dual-Fiber Vibrometer
- HeNe Single-Point Vector-Master
- HeNe Single-Point Vector-Basis
- HeNe Single-Point Vector-Sense
- HeNe Single-Point Vector-Speed
- HeNe Single-Point Vector-HF
- HeNe Single-Fiber Vibrometer
- Decoder Overview
non-contact Vibration Measurement
OptoMET Laser Doppler Vibrometers (LDV) are fast and easy to operate. They are used for precise, non-contact, and non-reactive measurements of mechanical and acoustic parameters such as vibration displacement amplitude, velocity, and acceleration.
These powerful measuring systems are suitable for challenging metrological tasks in research, development, and production. Applications include frequency/resonance analysis (e.g. machines, civil engineering structures, and automotive components), order analysis of engines, testing of materials, and quality assurance.
Further advantages of laser Doppler vibrometers include their very linear phase response, amplitude accuracy, exceptional resolution (pm range), and measurement bandwidth up to the MHz range. In addition, the instruments can be set up and made ready for operation very quickly, both in the laboratory and in the field. Vibrations can be visualized in just a few minutes. Compared to classical and complicated contacting techniques such as accelerometers, this quick, zero-mass, and flexible measuring instrument can be used as an intelligent alternative or as a supplementary system.