Educational program designed to empower today’s students with state-of-the-art tools for vibration measurement

The easy way to teach your students non-contact vibration measurement technology

Motivation: Education has an important role in society. Polytec supports the positive impact education has on future generations and is proud to offer this program. PolyLab was designed to empower today’s students with the state-of-the-art tools for vibration measurement. Our goal is to educate students and provide educational institutions, such as schools, colleges and universities, the ability to enhance classes and labs by using the latest metrology techniques at no cost.

What is PolyLab: PolyLab is a turn-key educational kit that covers concepts such as vibration testing and modal parameters (natural frequency, damping, and mode shapes) and is accessible to students as an experimental framework. We will ship multiple test stations to your facility, each containing a portable VibroGo® vibrometer, test objects and a lab tutorial with exciting experiments and relevant content. Students will enjoy working with the VibroGo® as it is easy to use and offers the possibility for fully digital non-contact vibration measurement, as well as analog data acquisition for visualization of transfer functions and much more.

What is in the kit:
1. The portable laser Doppler vibrometer VibroGo®, which measures real vibration behavior, acoustics and dynamics of excited structures in a non-contact and flexible way with a wide frequency bandwidth from DC to 100 kHz.
2. Demonstrative experiments and practical tests in a detailed script for teaching vibration tests and measuring parameters such as resonance frequency, damping and deflection.
3. Options for analog and digital data acquisition and analysis with Polytec VibSoft software.

Additional: Support from our Polytec experts, including lectures showing the use of Laser Doppler vibrometer technology to solve important engineering tasks. In addition, practical examples of how the technology is used for a variety of applications (aerospace, microstructures, electronics, biomedical, ultrasound, etc...).

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