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Accelerometer Calibration

Applicable Objects

  • Working piezoelectric acceleration transducer, velocity transducer and vibrometer while produced, maintained and employed

  • Various types of acceleration, velocity transducer and vibrometer, such as voltage type, charge type, IEPE type, TEDS type and so on.

Standard

  • ISO 16063-21:2003 Vibration and Shock Transducer Calibration Method

System Features

  • Calibrate accurately all kinds of acceleration transducer, velocity transducer and vibrometer, including voltage type, charge type, IEPE, TEDS, etc.

  • Frequency range is 2Hz-20kHz, support point-by-point comparison calibration, swept sine calibration, random excitation and impact excitation methods, etc;

  • High precision and dynamic range, system uncertainty:<1% (160Hz, 100 m/s2)

  • At the end of calibration, it will automatically generate a detailed report, including sensitivity, linearity and amplitude and frequency response curve; all data will be input database, compiling refers to ISO17025.

  • At the end of calibration, it will automatically generate a detailed report, including sensitivity, linearity and amplitude and frequency response curve; all data will be input database, compiling refers to ISO17025.

  • At the end of calibration, it will automatically generate a detailed report, including sensitivity, linearity and amplitude and frequency response curve; all data will be input database, compiling refers to ISO17025.

Calibration Items

  • Sensitivity Calibration: frequency range default160Hz, acceleration default 10m/s2

  • Frequency Response

      Swept Sine: Breakpoint tabular form defined the sweep range and reference acceleration value; User defined sweep method (logarithmic or linear), sweep speed and time.
      Step Sine: Tabular form defined at least 10 frequency points and its reference acceleration, max.4096 discrete points, frequency points according to 1/3 octave or 1/1 octave.
      Random Calibration(FFT):Breakpoint tabular form defined random profile; User defined RMS value, analysis lines and calibration time.
  • Amplitude Linearity: The curve is frequency VS acceleration which reflects the frequency VS sensitivity. Tabular form defined the measurement frequency points.

  • Transverse Sensitivity Calibration: The transverse sensitivity is the accelerometer output sensitivity when acceleration is applied at its geometrical right angle.

News & Announcements

Vibration Control System Classification 2020-04-03

Vibration Control System Classification 2020-04-03

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