Health & Safety
Hand-held Noise Analyser Type 2250 – Now with Powerful Analysis Software
Jan 28 2008 Read 1362 Times
Frequency analysis based on the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm is the tool of choice for measurement and diagnostics of machinery noise and vibration. The frequency “profile” of a machine is its fingerprint, revealing its sources of noise and vibration and their paths to the measurement position.
FFT sound and vibration analysis is all about the details, and the beauty of Type 2250 is in its details. It feels secure in your hand, solid in construction and eager to make measurements. Type 2250’s high-resolution touch screen colour display brings enhanced usability to FFT analyzers, enabling you to easily switch cursor and display parameters.
As many as 6400 lines of FFT are represented on the screen –simply tapping and dragging the stylus across the screen selects a frequency range to expand your view and see the individual details of your measurement.
This is not a “toy” audio analyzer, you can zoom into the measurement to any desired frequency range with more resolution than anyone could possibly need. Type 2250 is the perfect tool, whether you work with product noise and vibration, machinery analysis and troubleshooting, or
product quality testing.
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