Jul 26, 2022

Vibration Controller Calibration

To conduct vibration testing, we must first define our test specifications (demands) in the vibration control software and then let the vibration controller take full control. Feedback signals are sent by a feedback sensor. And using this feedback signal as a guide, the vibration controller will modify the drive signal so that the actual vibration signal matches the test specification.

In comparison to accelerometer calibration, the objective of a vibration controller’s calibration process is primarily to verify the accuracy of all of the device’s input and output channels.

In general, the following areas may be covered during the verification/calibration process:

  1. Output Channel Values Verification
  2. Input Channel Values Verification

Calibration ensures that your measurements are accurate within the specification limits. There are three standard calibration methods for vibration controllers:

  1. The output channels should be calibrated using the digital multimeter as a reference standard. A reference output channel is then used to calibrate the input channels.
  2. The input channels should be calibrated using the digital multimeter as the reference standard. After that, calibrate the Output Channels using an Input Channel as a reference.
  3. Using the digital multimeter as a reference standard, calibrate both the output and input channels.

All our equipment used to calibrate are traceable to an accredited National Organization for Standards. We assure you that our calibration service offers accurate results and quick turnaround time.

Calibrate your equipment by contacting us today at enquiry@geoscan.com.sg or call us at +65 6781 1919.

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