Touch an ObserVR1000 with your Near Field Connection (NFC) phone and the free VR Mobile app almost instantly creates a WiFi connection. What could be simpler? The NFC touch will even help you get the app if it’s not installed. The app remembers the ObserVR1000, so you only do the touch once.
Set up and monitor the ObserVR1000 hardware as it’s collecting data. Use it to select, start, and stop recordings. Live FFT to analyze issues on the spot.
Remote Shaker Interface
Remotely control your shaker or monitor your collecting data with any mobile device. Use it to select, start, and stop tests. Use it with sine tests to easily change sweep direction, amplitude, or hold frequency.
Measure minimum, current, and maximum acceleration in each of your mobile device’s accelerometer axes. Zero out acceleration to calibrate for an uneven surface.
Sine & Shock Calculators
Pick between two impact types: Plastic or Elastic, and the pulse type. The shock Calculator will find the remaining two values given two inputs: Acceleration, Impact Time, Velocity Change, and Height Change
Enter two values out of the four between Acceleration, Frequency, Velocity, or Displacement, and the calculator will do the rest.
Max Acceleration Calculator
Calculate the maximum amount of acceleration that a shaker (from a database or user input) can output based on the mass added to the system.
Convert Acceleration, Force, and Mass units to and from common units.
Strobe Light and Flashlight
Strobe your device’s screen and/or flash LED from 1Hz to 60Hz. Strobing helps one to see objects vibrating too fast for the eye to see. Turn your device’s screen and/or flash LED into a flashlight; this makes a convenient flashlight during test setups.
Measure minimum, current, and maximum dB from your mobile device’s microphone.