Vibration Sensor Connects To Smartphones Via USB

Vibration Sensor Connects To Smartphones Via USB
Digiducer

The model 333D01 dynamic accelerometer debuts as the first integrated and ruggedized high-resolution, broad-frequency piezoelectric vibration sensor with integrated data acquisition. A true plug-and-play device, it interfaces directly with smart phones, tablets, and PCs via USB, making vibration measurement highly accessible. Users can select from a number of third-party vibration analysis packages on all popular platforms or write their own applications in any programming environment that can access the audio input driver such as MathWorks MATLAB, or LabVIEW. Full specifications and a list of compatible and optimized third-party software is available at http://www.digiducer.com  

http://www.digiducer.com

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Company: Digiducer
Country: United States (USA)

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