The Acoustic Cameras

When trying to locate and understand sound sources the Acoustic Camera is the measurement tool of choice. Using acoustic beamforming, the Acoustic Camera becomes a quick, easy, and powerful tool in sound source localization and analysis in a wide variety of applications.

Nearfield Intensity/Holography Arrays

As hand-held devices, Paddle Arrays are the ultimate low frequency measurement tool. As a double-layer channel system, it was developed for near field measurements and low frequencies using the intensity method. These portable Paddle Arrays allow for real-time acoustical measurements. The measurement of acoustic pressure signals can be conducted while particle velocity/acoustic intensity on the measurement plane is calculated and mapped simultaneously.

The Fibonacci Array represents a new array family allowing near field and far field measurements with the same hardware, using the holography or beamforming method.

The handheld Mikado is a 100% autonomous system for easy and efficient trouble-shooting of sound and vibration problems.

Paddle2x52 AC Pro

This portable handheld paddle features 104 double-layered microphone channels that allow for real-time acoustic near field measurements. The double-layer structure enables the measurement of acoustic pressure signals while particle velocity/acoustic intensity on the measurement plane is calculated and mapped simultaneously. 

Paddle2x24 AC Pro

This portable handheld paddle features 48 double-layered microphone channels that allow for real-time acoustic near field measurements. The double-layer structure enables the measurement of acoustic pressure signals while particle velocity/acoustic intensity on the measurement plane is calculated and mapped simultaneously. 

Fibonacci120 AC Pro

The Fibonacci array represents a new array family allowing near field and far field measurements with the same hardware. Two Baumer VLG22c cameras (one with an extra wide-angle lense for near field measurements) provide optimal reference images. The application area of this array ranges from 30 Hz for holography measurements to 25 kHz for beamforming measurements.