The PSV-500-3D Polytec 3D Scanning Vibrometer completes your vibration measurement tasks in research and product development in a reliable and precise way. The deflection shapes and Eigen modes detected help you with everything from NVH, acoustic and structurally dynamic issues to ultrasonic analyses, FEM validation and non-destructive testing. The PSV-500-3D Scanning Vibrometer conducts precise full-field measurements of the crosstalk between sensor elements, the propagation of surface waves in non-destructive materials testing or the development of integrated sensor networks for composite materials. It uses the data in both the time and the frequency domain to supply you with easily understandable images and animations.
- Non-contact and full-field with FEM-like spatial resolution
- Measure on tiny structures due to smallest laser spot
- Measure through water and other transparent media
- Machine vision tools for easy setup
- Professional CAE interfaces for model validation
- Advanced geometry handling for meaningful result presentation
- Modal analysis featuring MIMO excitation and 8 input channels
- With open interface, versatile software options and accessories
- Expandable to fully automatic RoboVib® Structural Test Station
Model validation based on operational deflection shapes
Since in-plane data and out-of-plane data are measured simultaneously, the PSV-500-3D allows you to conduct meaningful operational deflection shape analyses and to validate finite element simulation models – for frequencies from DC to 25 MHz and vibrational velocities of 0.01 µm/s to 30 m/s. The precise helium-neon laser with its small laser measuring spot is suitable for measurements on extremely fine structures and even measures in and through water and other transparent media. For challenging measurements on technical surfaces, on dark, biological, moving or rotating test structures, the new PSV QTec Scanning Vibrometer is the ideal choice.
If your requirements increase, you can easily retrofit the 3D Scanning Vibrometer or expand it to include a fully automatic RoboVib® measuring station.
New machine-vision techniques make the non-contact PSV-3D Scanning Vibrometers as easy to use as any handy single-point laser vibration sensor while minimizing training needs. For high fidelity data especially from high frequency tests on medical tools as well as for measuring stress and strain, automatically aligning the 3 superimposed lasers is the key. Here, the machine-vision based feature “3D alignment scan” guarantees µm-precision in X, Y and Z enabling faster test setups and highly reliable measurement results.
PSV-G-500 Geometry Scan Unit
Integrated laser distance sensor to measure the sample geometry.
PSV-A-HNeBF Helium-Neon Block Filter
Notch filter for improved laser spot visibility when measuring very small parts or mirror-like surfaces.
PSV-A-526 Front Window
Protects the scanning mechanism against dust, wind and acoustic excitation at high dB levels.
A-MIR-xxxx Mirror Sets
Polytec's mirror sets contain different sizes of mirrors to assist in the set-up of your measurement.
VIB-A-T02 Tripod with Pan/Tilt Head
PSV-A-T34 Table Tripod
Rigid support of 3 PSV scanning heads. Provides a configuration optimized for in-plane performance with small parts.
PSV-A-T35 Table Tripod
Rigid support of 3 PSV scanning heads. Provides a narrow configuration optimized for out-of-plane performance with small parts.
PSV-A-T51 Motorized Tripod
Convenient motorized support for 3 PSV scanning heads.
External Scanner Control
Allows for an additional control of the scanning mirrors by external voltage signals.
PSV-A-430 Acoustic Gate Unit
Activates the gate input if a noise exceeds a certain threshold. Suitable for event trigger applications such as brake squeal measurements.
Scalable Automatic Modal Hammer SAM
Excitation of sample for experimental modal tests with repeatable force level. Broadly configurable and avoids double hits reliably.
A-RET-xxxx Retro-Reflective Supplies
Selection of sprays, tape, sheets and micro glass beads for improvement of signal to noise ratio when measuring uncooperative surfaces.