Microlog Analyzer AX

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Microlog Analyzer AX
Microlog Analyzer AX

The Microlog Analyzer AX, with simultaneous triaxial or 4-channel vibration measurement capability, speeds up data collection and saves time in monitoring rounds. The 806 MHz Xscale processor means faster real time rate and display updates, all viewed on the vivid 6.4'' VGA color display. The device provides the capabilities of 4-channel non-route/2-channel or simultaneous triaxial route analysis and 2-channel balancing. The rugged IP65 rated dust- and water-proof design remains reliable in tough industrial environments, while the rechargeable lithium battery supports 8 hours of continuous data collection and eliminates environmental negatives of disposing of used batteries. Users can select from a range of application modules, creating a custom device that suits their individual requirements. Application modules include balancing, bump analysis, recorder, frequency response function, run up/coast down and check to conformance.

Posted on February 1, 2009 - (516 views)
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