Acoustic Analysis System comes as a complete kit.
June 13, 2011 -
SoundChecker(TM) consists of 24-bit USB DAQ module that allows for sound signal detection from 5 Hz to 22 kHz, and covers dynamic range up to 11 dB at sample rate of 51.2 kS/sec. Product also features structure-borne sound sensors or open air microphone. Controlled via common communication interface, system includes software that offers complex analysis processes for parametrization of specific impact and airborne sound evaluations.
SoundChecker(TM) - New Cost-efficient Acoustic Analysis System
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GOEPEL electronics LLC
9737 Great Hills Trail, Ste. 170
Austin, TX, 78759
Press release date: June 7, 2011
GOEPEL electronic introduces SoundChecker(TM), a new, cost-efficient complete system for acoustic and impact sound analyses. The system concept provides an ideal compromise to highly complex acoustic test systems, being a simple introduction and entree to sound analysis.
SoundChecker(TM) is a complete kit consisting of a measurement data collecting unit, structure-borne sound sensors or open air microphones and an installation software which can be run on each PC with USB interface. GOEPEL electronic additionally offers completely set-up PC systems with preconfigured impact sound measurement equipment.
The USB data acquisition module provides excellent transmission behaviour for sound signal detection from 5 Hz to 22 kHz, because a dynamic range of up to 11 db at a sample rate of 51.2 kSa/s is covered. Due to the high 24 Bit resolution the module is a perfectly suitable tool to check for acoustic and mechanic vibrations. The integrated power supply (IEPE/ICP conformal) allows the direct connection of structure-borne sound sensors.
The operating software contains complex analysis processes for simple parameterisation of specific impact and airborne sound evaluations. SoundChecker(TM) can be synchronised and controlled via a common communication interface. Users may also install the software in parallel to their own applications to execute impact sound analyses.
About GOEPEL electronic:
GOEPEL electronic is a vendor of intelligent Automotive Test Solutions - from bus communication up to various functional test systems for vehicle control units and industrial applications. The company headquartered in Jena/Germany was founded in 1991 and has about 180 employees. GOEPEL electronic runs service and support offices in the USA, UK, France and China, and ensures the local and on-site availability of its products via an extended international distribution network.
More information about the company and its Automotive Test Solutions can be found on the internet at www.goepel.com