Years after launching its three-series analysers, noise and vibration instrument manufacturer Oros has added user-inspired refinements to the product.
The Oros dynamic signal analysers are now more versatile, with features designed to perform in-the-field noise and vibration measurements.
Integrated universal inputs, signal conditioning, standalone recording and controller-area network (CAN) bus interface are features designed for engineers who want to be more efficient in their work.
The new three-series analyser also brings innovative solutions that fit demanding applications for vibration diagnostics, reinforcing its field capabilities.
“A large number of our customers are complaining about the nightmare of cabling and losing screws with external signal conditioning gears that they have added to their analysers,” states Oros. This is what drove the development of an expander module, the Xpod, directly clipped on the side of the analyser.
Oros engineers took care to design the signal conditioning in a low-profile device to keep the system portable. The new version of the analyser has the ability to turn the instrument into a standalone direct recorder, the D-rec. A redesigned front panel allows easy setup, operation and control of the measurement.