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Vibration Controller

Vibration control systems for all brands of shakers

Shaker Systems

Electrodynamic shaker systems with amplifier

Portable DAQ & Analyzer

Autonomous smart data acquisition and analysis

Dynamic Signal Analysis

Create vibration tests from field recordings

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Shipment in less than 2 weeks

Vibration Controller & Dynamic Signal Analysis

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Vibration Research designs and manufactures leading-edge vibration control systems for all brands of electrodynamic and servohydraulic shakers, as well as portable dynamic signal analyzers.

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VR Product Offerings

Since 1995, Vibration Research has become the leader and innovator in the field of vibration control. Its success is based on reliable, user friendly software packages for vibration control. Having built a reputation for quality and superior performance, it continues to focus on this objective as the foundation of everything it does.


Vibration Research recognizes that providing customers with high-quality support contributes significantly to their long-term success with us. We know that keeping your system running smoothly and getting questions answered on a timely basis is important to the success of your business as well as ours.

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Skeptical that we can’t meet your standards? Is your current controller out for calibration, not working, or just can’t get the test done? Put us to the test. Whether it’s a brand new system or a replacement controller, we’ll let you try our hardware and software fully enabled for 30 days. Once you use it, we think you’ll be hooked.

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Innovation Never Stops

Vibration Research is the leader in the field of vibration control. The advantage is clear: Innovation. Its proprietary testing innovations include Field Data Replication, Fatigue Damage Spectrum, Kurtosion® and Instant Degrees of Freedom®. Below you can check out our software lineup including Sine, Random, Shock, and Time Waveform Replication.

A History of Innovation Our Story

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