New vibration analyser

Published:  14 October, 2010

The VIBXPERT II handheld vibration analyser, from Pruftechnik combines the advantages of a rapid processor with an energy-efficient colour VGA display. Enhanced with an Fmax of 51KHz and up to 102,400 Lines of Resolution, all machinery problems can be captured and easily analysed on the VIBXPERT II large colour screen. The VIBXPERT II Basic platform is a 1-channel vibration data collector, which can be upgraded at any time to 2 individually configured channels via a special pass code it’s user upgradable and does not require hardware changes. All forms of machine vibrations, bearing conditions, process data and visual inspection information can be collected and stored on the expandable Compact Flash Card (up to 8 gigabyte) for report generation or for later transfer to the OMNITREND software for further analysis, reporting and archiving. The VIBXPERT II vibration analyser provides an easy-to-use icon driven platform that offers comprehensive analysis functionality for the diagnosis of simple or very complex vibration problems. Capabilities include order spectrum, phase, cepstrum, cross-channel phase, orbits, run-up and coast-down measurements, bump test, negative averaging and more. Analysis tools, including various cursor types, machine-specific frequency markers, signal post processing, and extensive bearing databases are included for evaluating each spectrum. Alarm notifications based on ISO standards or user-defined standards are visually identified with the aid of coloured LEDs. The lightweight VIBXPERT II (1.2Kg) has a robust housing, and is also dustproof and water-resistant (IP65). Pruftechnik says the new VIBXPERT II also benefits from free updates, low ownership cost and unlimited tech support. Option are available. For further information please visit:

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