Polytec manufactures a wide range of laser vibrometers that are the acknowledged gold-standard for non-contact vibration measurement. No matter what your measurement needs are in research, development and production or even for long-term monitoring, there is a Polytec system that provides the answer. Laser-Doppler vibrometers analyze samples of different size, from entire car bodies, large aerospace parts over engines and actuators to micron-sized MEMS or biomedical specimen and components.
Numerous research applications in mechanical and civil engineering, biology and medicine benefit from testing and measuring with non-contact vibrometry. Polytec laser vibrometers easily master challenging conditions like measuring on hot surfaces, on rotating parts, and characterize complex and sensitive structures even in the ultrasonic frequency range. Polytec laser vibration sensors help to solve your measurement task fast and precisely.
Laser vibrometry is a high precision optical measurement method for the non-invasice determination of vibrational velocity and amplitude of a sample surface. Based on the Doppler effect it evaluates the frequency shift of backscattered laser light from a moving object surface. Learn more about the measurement principle and interferometer setup in this new video.
Our engineering services cover a wide range of applications, either onsite or in our laboratories. Contact us for planning your system calibration or rent cutting edge laser measurement equipment. Our experienced application engineers are pleased to help, measure and test for you. For comprehensive studies, rent the RoboVib® structural test station!
All new Vibrometry, Surface Metrology and Velocimetry systems purchased in 2021 now include 4 years of warranty! For over 5 decades we have delivered advanced measurement technology, expert service and application support. Now, we provide even more security for your investment.
PSV QTec - Reinventing full-field vibration mapping
The new PSV QTec Scanning Vibrometers make full-field vibration measurements up to 10 times faster. The patented QTec® multi-path interferometry eliminates the influence of rough technical surfaces on the signal quality and therefore measures reliably on all surfaces with low noise.
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