VA2000 Multichannel Simultaneous sound & vibration analyzer

Multichannel Simultaneous 24 channel Vibration Portable and Rack mount Analyzer


VA-2000 is a portable online multichannel dynamic signal analyser which enjoys the most useful vibration analysis functions all in one portable device. VA-2000 is a comprehensive solution to vibration measurement & analysis problems designed for both field and laboratory applications.
VA-2000 has been designed to be connected either to transducers directly or to vibration protection systems and it can cover up all that needed from measurement to analysis from spectrum to orbit and other vibration damage detection functions. 


 VA-2000 can take up to 24 dynamic signal inputs. Inputs may be connected to all vibration transducers including accelerometer, velocity, displacement or tachometer signals. One trigger input for forced response measurement and modal analysis and one signal generator output for shaker/calibrator signal generation is also present. Moreover, being battery powered makes it useful for in-situ applications. 


 Vibsens-PRO can read data by TCP/IP connection from VA-2000, it can  also get data from 3rd party hardware over Modbus protocol especially used in industrial applications with important process values & parameters such as temperature, pressure … report project. 


 Fully   customized software applications create an environment which meets most of sound &   vibration needs from rigid / flexible rotor balancing to modal testing &   analysis. In addition, various data record extensions enables user to analyse   data further in 3rd party software platforms.

16 bits / 40 KHz

Analog digital conversion is performed by 16 bit industrial A/D converters with latest technology, and all the input signals are converted synchronously creating the least phase and amplitude lag calculation. 

Flexible sampling frequency has been adopted in system in a way that user can choose from 3 channel measurement with 40 KHz sampling frequency to 24 channel measurement with 12 KHz sampling frequency.

Transducers with ICP™, AC/DC coupling output can be connected from front panel or back panel to analyzer and front LED provides info of any possible circuit breakage of any sensors. Front panel provides BNC connection for ICP® transducers while back panel is intended for 3 wire sensors which need power supply for sensor like eddy current proximity probes.

Trigger Input


First analog input channel is for trigger signal like modal hammer, and can be programmed for force triggered measurements like impact modal testing. Level of peak force to start measurement is input and the device waits till the trigger signal reaches the intended amplitude and starts measurement.

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V400 Compact Machinery Protection system

V400 Application :


· Small to Medium Industrial Machines

· Fans, Pumps, Motors, Centrifuges and Turbines

· Shutdown Protection and Condition Monitoring

Specifications :

Number of Inputs: 4 channel 

Signal Types: 

Accelerometer, Velocity Sensor, Proximity Probes or Analog Signals (mA or VDC)

First Channel can be defined as speed &   phase reference.

Signal Conditioner:

Amplifier/integrator to obtain   velocity or displacement response by integration

Analog Outputs:  Four  4-20mA outputs

Buffered Outputs:Two Buffered Outputs per channel (BNC and Screw   Terminal)

Frequency Response:Acceleration and Velocity and Displacement: 2 to 10,000   Hz Thrust / Position :DC 

Dynamic Range: 60 db

Accuracy: 1% Full Scale

Measurement Unit System:User Defined (English or Metric)

Signal Detection: RMS, Peak or Peak to Peak (User Defined)

Sensor Power: Internal 4.5 mA Constant Current Diode for IEPE  type Sensor

Sensor OK Detection: Continuous Monitoring of Sensor Voltage

Number of Alarms/Relays :

9 (4 Alerts, 4 Danger, 1 malfunction )

Trip Multiply Function:

Terminal for None , variable 10 to 90% Alarm Trip multiply 

Reset Function: Push Button /Terminal for Remote   Reset if Latching Alarms Selected 

Alarm Indication:OK = Green LED, Alert = Yellow LED,   Danger = Red LED

Relay Specification:

Form C, SPDT, 1 Amp 110 VAC,Latching or Non-Latching Selectable

Normally Energized or Normally De-Energized (User   Defined)

Bypass Relay or Active Relay Selectable

Alarm Time Delay:1 to 60 Seconds (User Defined)

Case: Aluminum Alloy 

Terminals:Push In Type, 24 AWG min., 12 AWG   max.

Display Type:TFH Graphic LCD 128*64 Pixels

Diagnostic Specifications :

CMS Communication: 

Diagnostic : Vibsens Protocol (RS232/RS-485 for   Networking)

Sample Rate:

Up to 4 KHz synchronous   sampling rate  (user defined in software)

Resolution: 12bit

Phase Linearity: (0.1 Hz to 10 kHz ) ±1 deg

Programming:Software and Serial Cable Included (Windows™ Required)

HMI Communication: HMI : Modbus (RS485/RS232)

Environmental Specifications:

Operating Temperature:-15 to +75°C

Storage Temperature: -40 to +80°C

Relative Humidity:10 - 90% Non-Condensing

Enclosure Rating: IP55

Mechanical Specifications:

Housing Material: Gray Aluminum, Die-Cast

Mounting: 9*9 cm Panel Mounting

Dimensions: 90 x 90 x 200mm

Weight: 25 oz. (700g)

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VC200A-VC200T-VC220A-VC200R Vibration Transmitters

VC200A Vibration Transmitter Module


Key Features

• ICP® /Voltage/Current Transducer 

• Acceleration/Velocity/ Displacement input signal 

• 4-20mA output of dynamic signal / overall value

• Buffer output signal                            

• ICP® sensor OK Function

• Current loop Error Function

• Delay Shutdown Function DIN Rail Mounted

• Energize and De-energize Relay Select

• Push-in   type Connectors

VC200R Road Drop Monitor/Transmitter Module

  Key Features

• Displacement proximity probe

• Keyphasor® signal

• Rod Drop value 4-20mA Outputs 

• Measurement in 3 Mode  

   Keyphasor® triggered

   Average Mode  

   Maximum drop point of rod 

• sensor OK status LED

• DIN Rail Mounting

• Push-in   type connectors

• Energize and De-energize relay selection

• Delay shutdown function

• Modbus RTU support

• Installation Up/Downward position

• Rotational speed display in RPM

VC200T Trust Measurement Module

Key Features

• Proximity Sensor input

• 4-20mA thrust position output 

• Buffer output for dynamic signal 

• Transducer OK status LED

• Current loop Error status LED

• Selectable time delay

• DIN Rail mounting

• Push-in   type connectors

• Energize and de-energize relay selection

• Delay shutdown function 

VC210A Vibration Monitor & Transmitter Module

Key Features

• ICP® /Voltage/Current Transducer

• Acceleration/Velocity/ Displacement Output 

• Dynamic / overall value 4-20mA Outputs 

• 2 output relays fully configurable with software 

• Buffered acceleration                            output 

• ICP® transducer OK status LED

• DIN Rail Mounting

• Push-in   type connectors

• Energize and De-energize relay selection

• Delay shutdown function

• Supported Modbus RTU Protocol

Mechanical Specification

Plastic   DIN Rail TS35 (Top Hat)

134 x 99 x 22.5 mm (H x D x W) 

Push in Clamp

0.5 to 4.0 mm 110 gms (nom)


Electrical & Communication Features


Configuration Software    Vibsens-CNFG 

Communication Protocol  Modbus RTU 

Communication                   Port   RS-232

VD5 High Performance Data Collector


· NiMH re-chargeable cell pack typically 6 hours continuous use

· User-selectable units and types Measurement

· High visibility graphic LCD display.

· RMS, peak or peak-peak readings and show in the free point of rout acceleration, velocity and displacement all three together  

· Route and off-route data acquisition

· Data logging, save up to 4000 overall measurements

· Overall value & spectrum in route

· Advanced analysis software Vibsens-Pro 

· ICP™ sensor interface

· ISO built-in Alarms

· Data transfer to PC via USB and serial port.


8 modes for   machine classes I, II, III, IV, rigid/fixed foundations

Visual   indication of machine status:


Vibration Meter :VD-5

Accelerator : 100mv/g

magnet mounting & coiled cable

Charger Adapter

USB A to USB B cable for route download

Serial port cable for online monitoring


Carrying case

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SB6- Vibration Switch Box

Supported Inputs:


Proximity Probe

Temperature Sensors

Futures :


Push in terminal:   3 wire per channel (+,-, Shield)

 Switched Output BNC Jack and 2 Pin MIL

 Continuous Output :

Multi-pin   connector for interface with

online systems (optional)

Mounting plate :

1 mm galvanized mild steel 

Rating : IP-67 Waterproof 

Temperature  range

-50° to 80° C

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Test Equipment

PVC-5000 Portable Vibration Calibrator


■ Small and completely self-contained, ideal for field check of accelerometers, velocity transducers and proximity probes, rugged and portable

■ Reliable device for calibration check of the transducers

■ Precise quartz reference accelerometer and conditioning electronics for superior control and stability

Amplitude accuracy:


30m/s2 Pk @ 80Hz, 40-320Hz range: + 0.3dB + 1digit, 10-1280Hz range: + 0.5dB +1digit


25mm/sec Pk @,80Hz) 40Hz to 320Hz range:+0.5dB +1digit 


10μm Pk-Pk@ 80Hz, 40Hz to 320Hz range: + 0.5dB + 1digit


 adjustable in the range 10 to1280Hz ±0.01% Unit 

HVC-500 HandHeld Shaker :

• Switchable 1g RMS Acceleration output

• Drives vibration transducers which weigh up to 150g

• Operates at 159.2 Hz (1000 rad/sec)

• Internal Battery 

• CE compliant

. Provides 80 to 1600 calibration cycles, depending on accelerometer weight and is powered by a self contained battery pack. The automatic shut off after a

1.75 minute cycle can be overridden by a switch to provide continuous operation when required. 

Protected against overload by mechanical stops

Specifications :

Operating Frequency: 159.2 Hz ± 0.5 %

Acceleration Output: 10 m/s² (RMS) ± 3%

Velocity Output: 10 mm/s (RMS) ± 3%

Displacement Output:10 µm (RMS) ± 3%

 Maximum Load: 150 g

 Ramp-Up Time: < 3 Seconds

 Internal Battery:1x9V 6F22

PVC-50 Pen Vibration Meter

• Acceleration range : 0.1m / s^2 -199.9m / s^2 (Peak)

• Velocity range: 0.1mm/s-199.9 mm/s (RMS)

• Displacement range: 0.001mm-1.999 mm (Peak-Peak))

• Frequency range:

Acceleration: 10Hz ~ 1 kHz (LO) -1kHz ~ 15kHz (HI)

Velocity: 10Hz ~ 1 kHz

Displacement: 10Hz ~ 500Hz

• Basic accuracy of ±(5% + 2 digits)

• Data Hold freezes the reading in the display for 40s

• Automatic switch off after 40 seconds

• Dimensions: Meter: 150mm×22mm×16mm

Condition Monitoring Software


Condition monitoring & vibration-based damage detection


 VA-2000 hardware equipped with VibSens-Pro software is a comprehensive tool to perform & train machine condition monitoring and damage detection. VibSens software acquires, stores and analyzes data from sensors. It is capable of transmitting data over local or wide area network. It provides static, dynamic and transient data collection and analysis; such as graphical indication of vibration level, trend, waveform, spectrum, orbit plot, polar plot, waterfall, bode plots, envelope spectrum and much more. Additionally, it can collect process data as 4‐20mA input or digital monitor input via Modbus protocol. It provides an integrated system solution for complete process tests where not only sound and vibration signals but also process parameters such as temperature, flow or pressure is also needed to analyze system response. With its flexibility, it not only can acquire the data from third party measurement hardware but also share its data with third party software and hardware. 

Modal testing & analysis


VA-2000 also includes software developed for the measurement of frequency response function during an impact test. It calculates H1, H2 or H3 FRF with Force/exponential, Hanning, Hamming or other user selected windowing functions. Moreover, it calculates and displays coherence, frequency spectrum, and time signal for every input. It can measure natural frequencies, damping ratios and is ready to export FRF files in text or UFF file formats (Real / Imaginary, Magnitude / Phase). FRF measurement files can also be saved in formats compatible with 3rd party modal and operational modal analysis software packages like ICATS™, Artemis™, etc.

Rigid / flexible rotor balancing

 Unbalance is the most common source of vibration in rotating equipment. Rotor unbalance may be defined as a situation in which the geometric center and the center of mass do not coincide. In reality, these centers never coincide exactly, but the goal of rotor balancing is to reduce the unbalance to the point that machine life is not negatively impacted by the residual unbalance. The balancing technician attempts to bring the center of mass and the geometric center to the same point or close enough to meet a predetermined balance standard so there will always be some residual unbalance. There are two types of balancing processes rigid rotor balancing and flexible rotor balancing