App Transforms iPhone Into Vibration Measurement System

App Transforms iPhone Into Vibration Measurement System

The VibroChecker PRO software for the iOS operating system, claims to turn an iPhone or iPad into a device for measuring vibrations and impacts. The app claims to measure vibrations within a frequency range up to 8 kHz by connecting an external sensor with the iPhone or iPad via the lightning or USB interface and activating it with the app. In the range up to 50 Hz, the app optionally uses acceleration sensors, gyroscopes and microphones integrated in the iPhone and iPad. In ranges above 50 Hz to 8 kHz, the app requires an external USB sensor, such as a Digiducer 333D01. For more details, visit

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