HVM200 Hand Arm and/ or Whole Body Vibration Meter
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- Measures x, y, z and sum (S) simultaneously
- Control and view data from a mobile app (AndroidTM or Apple iOS)
- Measures to ISO 2631, 5349 requirements, meets ISO 8041 Type 1 accuracy standard
- Removable micro SD memory card
- Enables compliance with EU Physical Agents Directive 2002/44/EC
- Replaceable lithium battery
- USB 2.0 and Wi-Fi
Includes: SEN020 Hand Arm Tri-Axial Accelerometer, SEN027 Seat Pad Tri-Axial Accelerometer and all Neccesary Cables and Accesories
The HVM200 is a small rugged vibration meter with built in Wi-Fi that can be used to measure hand-arm, whole body and general vibration. It includes the metrics and frequency weightings needed to measure human vibration. This 3 channel meter meets the requirements of ISO 8041:2005 and it is designed to measure per ISO 2631-1, 2 & 5 and ISO 5349 and the directive 2002/44/EC. This makes the HVM200 an ideal choice for an instrument used to demonstrate compliance with human vibration requirements and regulations worldwide.
Wireless Mobile Interface
Leverage the power of wireless portable electronics to make measuring human vibration easy. Our free app available on Google Play™ and the Apple App Store can be used to improve the way measurements are made by using portable electronics to control the measurement and view data.
1/1 and 1/3 Octave Filters (Optional)
Determine the frequency content of measured vibration levels by configuring the HVM200 with the optional IEC 61260 class 1 compliant 1/1 and 1/3 octave filters (0.5 Hz to 2000 Hz and 0.4 Hz to 2500 Hz respectively). Data can then be transferred for reporting or further analysis using USB, Wi-Fi or a removable micro SD memory card.
Record Sampled Time Domain Data (Optional)
Because the HVM200 supports a large removable micro SD memory (up to 32 GB), it is now possible to store and archive the sampled time data for all three channels. Data is stored in a 24-bit format and files can be read with tools such as MATLAB® or GNU Octave for additional processing.