RecorderVIEW can stream all the inputs and outputs to the hard drive while running other test modes, or used by itself as a field data recorder.Download Demo
Record your field acceleration measurements digitally directly to your PC’s hard drive. No need to buy expensive extra equipment to collect your data. The VR9500 controller hardware connects easily to a notebook computer to make a portable data acquisition system. Plus, you get all of the benefits of the features of the VR9500, including low noise, 24-bit resolution inputs, built in accelerometer constant current supply, TEDS transducer interface, and a unique DC offset that allows measurement to true DC with constant current type accelerometers.
Collect waveforms up to 4 billion samples per channel. Waveforms can be over 22 hours long at a 52,000 Hz sampling rate, over 100 hours long at a 10,000 Hz sampling rate, and over 1 year long at a 100Hz sampling rate!
VR9500 can be used simultaneously as both a vibration controller and a data recorder. Input channels used for control or monitoring can be recorded to the hard drive while the controller is running a test. Store the complete waveform time history of your test for later analysis. No need to buy an additional data recorder to monitor your unit under test.
Many graphical display options are available, including all of the graphs available with the standard VR9500 control software packages.
Use the test wizard in the (Optional) VR9400 Field Data Replication software to proceed directly from field measurements to a test reproducing these measurements in your lab. No additional calibration or translation steps are required. Simply record the data and immediately run it on your shaker in your test lab.
Collect your field acceleration measurements, and automatically convert the time waveforms into a random spectrum using the (optional) VR9204 Random Import function.
For editing your collected data, useful when the data has long “quiet” periods that are not wanted in the final data file.
Use the (Optional) VR9601 Wired Remote or (Optional) VR9609 RF Wireless Remote options to trigger waveform recordings based on an external event, a simple toggle switch, or with a wireless remote control.