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PHOTON+ Dynamic Signal Analyzer


USB 2.0 Powered Real-time Analyzer for Sound and Vibration Analysis
PHOTON+ is a next-generation, ultra-portable, real-time analyzer designed for making fast and accurate vibration
measurements with post-processing capabilities. It offers the convenience and speed of the industry standard USB 2.0
interface, and comes with two to four analog input channels, plus a waveform source/tachometer channel.

An Ultra-portable Dynamic Signal Analyzer Uses


PHOTON+ makes any PC an instrument-quality portable In-vehicle testing
dynamic signal analyzer for multi-channel noise and In-flight testing
vibration analysis. Powered via its USB 2.0 port, PHOTON+ Low-level acoustic and vibration testing due to
runs off a notebook PC battery so you can take it with you PHOTONs extremely low measurement noise floor
wherever you go. Field, laboratory and anywhere you need to make
measurements
Fast Real-time FFT Analyzer Remote measurements: PHOTON+ can be placed up to
Designed for real-time signal analysis, PHOTON+ offers 5 metres (16.4 ft) from the connected PC; with USB hubs
remarkable performance in an FFT analyzer with a used as repeaters, this can be extended to up to 30
measurement dynamic range of 115 dB and a 84 kHz real- metres (98.4 ft)
time rate. The RT Pro software provides a comprehensive
set of time and spectrum measurement tools for fast real- With RT Pro Software:
time monitoring and analysis even when out in the field. It Dynamic signal analysis: Time series analysis, FFT
also features easy-to-use applications with flexible analysis, spectrum analysis and FRF and coherence
measurement and signal processing capabilities. Modal data acquistion compatible with popular modal
packages: Force/exponential window and coordinate
High-end Data Recorder auto-incrementing
PHOTON+ with Data Recorder software offers traditional Acoustic analysis: Real-time octave analysis and
tape recording with voice annotation. The quick migration to waterfall analysis
post-processing also accelerates the time from data Rotating machine diagnosis and analysis: Real-time
acquisition to analysis of results. order tracking, order analysis and waterfall analysis
Environmental testing: Transient capture and SRS
Dynamic switching between multiple measurement projects analysis
lets you navigate easily between data recording, data post- Swept-sine measurements: Tracking filter analysis, log or
processing and analysis, and real-time analysis. With just linear sweeps, auto-gain control and manual sweep
one instrument, you can use it as an FFT analyzer, vibration controls
analyzer or signal analyzer with recorded data interpreted in
a wide variety of ways without spending time translating the
data file format or changing between different software
programs.
System Features
Portable and lightweight: weighs approx. 227 g (8 oz) Built-in CCLD signal conditioning Fast real-time processing for quick setup, instant results
USB 2.0 interface Easy installation: USB interface provides plug and play and on-site data verification
Power over USB connection you do not have to carry Covers the full range of FFT analyzer, vibration analyzer Programmable digital filtering, real-time zoom and signal
an extra power supply for PHOTON+ and signal analyzer applications calculator
Expandable multichannel analyzer with two to four One-click data recording, post-processing and real-time
inputs, one output (waveform source) and one With RT Pro Software: measurements
tachometer Windows-based applications tailored for noise and Waveform recording which streams gap-free data to a
Real-time FFT analyzer with frequency range up to vibration testing PC disk drive
84 kHz High precision FFT analyzer: 24-bit with full anti-alias With Data Recorder: Tape recorder functionality with
32-bit processing protection voice annotation
Wide dynamic range

Specifications PHOTON+ Dynamic Signal Analyzer

Inputs Channel Within 0.04 dB Hardware


Match
Analog 2 standard, expandable to 4 simultaneous Enclosure Ruggedized case encloses low-noise input/output
Amplitude
Channels channels. All have differential input with 1 M board with 32-bit floating point DSP processor
impedance. Channel 0.01 degree to 1 kHz
Connectors BNC connectors for inputs
Each input channel has overload detection before Match 0.2 degree to 21 kHz (from DC to 21 kHz,
Phase frequency response measurements, all inputs at Tachometer
both the analog and digital anti-alias filters. Waveform source (output)
Setup allows per channel selection of input full scale, linear average)
USB connector socket
voltage range (0.01 V, 0.1 V, 1 V, 10 V), transducer Frequency Within 0.01%
sensitivity, sensor type (for example, acceleration, User Interface Two status LEDs, Start/stop button
Accuracy
force, pressure, etc.), and coupling selections for Input From two to four total analog inputs by Hardware
DC, AC (high-pass cutoff at 0.5 Hz) and CCLD Outputs Expansion Activation code
Electronics Differential amplifier, programmable gain amplifier, PC USB port compliant with USB specifications 2.0,
Analog Waveform Source standard
anti-aliasing filters, and 24-bit Analog-to-Digital Requirements and supplies 500 mA
Channels
Converter (ADC) Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit), Windows
Filtering An analog filter plus a 160 dB/octave linear-phase
Electronics 24-bit Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) with Vista, Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 (32- and 64-bit)
analog and digital anti-imaging filters operating system
digital filter prevents aliasing and phase distortion
Filtering A 160 dB/octave digital filter plus an analog filter Microsoft Word 2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013
Frequency Up to 84 kHz analysis frequency (192 k samples
prevent aliasing and phase distortion PC Expansion PC upgrades and peripheral additions do not
Range per second)
Frequency Up to 42 kHz output frequency (96 k samples per delay or interrupt data acquisition and real-time
Voltage 0.01, 0.1, 1.0, 10 V
Range second) processing
Ranges
Voltage 10 Vpeak Power Powered from PC with 5 V DC
Signal Voltage or CCLD sensor power (2.4 mA, 22 Vpeak
Ranges Power Less than 2.5 watts
Conditioning open circuit)
Resolution 24-bit Consumption
Maximum 36 Vpeak without damage
Input Dynamic 110 dBfs Dimensions Height: 2.8 cm (1.1 in)
Range Width: 9.9 cm (3.9 in)
Resolution 24-bit
Depth: 12.1 cm (4.8 in)
Dynamic 115 dBfs two-tone test, 100 linear averages Output 50
Impedance Weight 227 g (8.0 oz)
Range
Maximum 24 mA peak Temperature 5 to 45 C (41 to 113 F)
Accuracy 0.04 dB (1 kHz sine at full scale)
Current Humidity 10% to 90% RH non-condensing

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Software Regulatory Compliance
Architecture All signal processing done in DSP Compliance CE marking
Distributed processing relieves the PC from the
Safety EN/IEC 609501
burden of real-time processing. True multi-tasking
allows the PC to deliver maximum graphics EMC FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) Class A, EN 61326 Class
performance and responsiveness. A, CISPR 22 Class A
The software provides on-line test status and
management through text displays, software
toggle buttons and screen displays of multiple
time and/or frequency signals
Applications Signal Analysis and Waveform Source; Modal
Data Acquisition; Acoustic Analysis; Real-time
Order Tracking; Transient Capture and SRS
Analysis; Automatic Pass/Fail Testing; Swept-sine
Measurement; Waveform Recording; Data
Recording; and Re-calibration
Features Online help, consistent management of user-
defined engineering units, online graphics, and
test documentation of both setup parameters and
signals through Microsoft Word (saved on disk
and/or printed) via single-click icon

Specifications RT Pro Signal Analysis and Waveform Source Software

Real-time Spectrum Analysis Signal Processing Functions Averaging


Real-time 84 kHz for two channels with two auto-spectra and Time Domain Time capture, auto-correlation and cross- Modes Time or frequency
Rate a cross-spectrum computed correlation functions, and statistics Types Exponential, linear, peak hold, peak hold for
Dynamic 115 dBfs Frequency Real-time spectrum analysis, auto-power specified number of averages
Range Domain spectrum, cross-power spectrum, power spectral
Overlap User-defined percentage from 0% to 99%.
density, frequency response function, coherence
Frequency DC to 84 kHz in 42 ranges Processing Maximum overlap dependent on sampling rate
function, Fourier transforms, impulse responses,
Range cepstrum, and synthesised octave analysis (1/1, No. of 1 to 32767 frames
Zoom 21 spans from 17 Hz to 10.5 kHz. Max. upper 1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/24, 1/48) Averages
frequency of 21 kHz Amplitude Histogram (normalised and cumulative), statistical Frame Reject Automatic reject of frames with voltage overloads;
Resolution Real-time mode*: 110, 225, 450, 900, 1800, 3600 Domain parameters (max., min., mean, peak, rms) manual accept/reject of overloaded frames;
spectral lines manual accept/reject for all frames
Online mode: Added selections for 7200, 14400, Waveform Source
28800, 57600, 115200 spectral lines
Signals Swept-sine, shaped random, shaped burst
Windows Kaisser-Bessel, Blackman, Blackman Max. random, white noise, pseudo-random, burst
Decay, Blackman Min. Sidelobe, Bartlett, Tukey, random, burst chirp, chirp, sine wave, square
Welch wave, triangle wave, pulse chain, arbitrary
* Up to 1800 lines with all functions enabled for all channels. Higher
waveform, and DC level
resolutions dependent on the number of functions and channels active

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Triggering Signal Displays Signal Calculator
Unlimited number of display windows in tile or cascade format with This feature allows you to create customised signals. All signals are
Source Input channel, waveform source signal, digital
input, time delay, free run click & drag zoom, user annotation and cursors calculated and displayed live during testing

Slope Positive, negative, bi-polar Window Per window selection of single, dual or four pane Operations Add
Format formats. Each pane can display single or multiple Subtract
Level Percent of full-scale range or voltage level
signals overlaid in either time or frequency. Multiply
Pre-/Post- User-selected number of samples. Up to 1023 Independent choice of colour and texture for Divide
trigger samples before or up to 65535 samples after signals, grids, tick marks, labels, titles, etc. Single and double integration or differentiation
trigger point A, B and C-weighting
Scale Format Linear or logarithmic scales for X and Y axes with
Modes Automatic or manual Square
automatic or manual scaling
Square root
Run Modes Trigger first frame followed by free run; auto Cursors Single or dual with X Y, X, Y, RMS and Q Mobility
trigger every frame; manually arm every frame value readouts. Compliance
Manual peak marks, automatic peak/valley Sine
Measurement Controls detection and marks, harmonic and sideband Cosine
cursor, Tan
Measurement and source panel toggle buttons and toolbar icons
provide easy access to test controls. For added convenience, Frequency Auto-spectrum, cross-spectrum, FFT, power Arctan
commonly used commands are accessible via keyboard special Signals spectrum, density, frequency response function, Inverse FFT
functions coherence
Signal Bode, magnitude, phase, unwrapped phase, Advanced Graphics
Controls Start/stop, pause/continue, next frame buttons
Formats polar, vector (Nyquist), real, imaginary Quantities Spectra and time histories versus time
Requests Time capture, FFT, correlation, spectrum, FRF/
coherence and histogram buttons Engineering English, SI, metric or mixed units for acceleration,
Plot Formats Waterfall (3D display), waterfall with single or dual
Units velocity, displacement, force and pressure. User- pane, spectrograms or colour contour (2D) plots
Parameters Spectral lines, frame size, frequency range, definable
sampling interval, spectral window, frames, trigger Waterfall Analysis:
and average Normalization Engineering Units (EU), EUpeak, EUrms, EU2/Hz,
EU/Hz, EU2 S/Hz, decibels (dB) Cursors Dual-axis cursor with trace colour highlighted in
Waveform Start/stop, signal selection buttons 3D Cursor both axes
Source Frequency Hz or CPM
Axis Cursors Synchronised cursor positioning for all cursors in
Icons Reset frame averaging, Save signals and Quick Synch. all windows
report Time Signals Input time histories, auto- and cross-correlation
X Axis Hertz or CPM; linear or log scale
Status Frame number, activity status, message box Amplitude Histograms
Signals Y Axis Engineering Units (EU), EUpeak, EUrms, EU2/Hz,
Displays
EU/Hz, EU2 S/Hz, decibels (dB)
Statistics Strip chart output for rms, mean, peak, max., and
Transient Capture min. values of input signals Z Axis Seconds or RPM
3D Viewing angle interactively set by mouse
Sampling Up to 192000 samples per second in 42 settings
Data Export Orientation
Rate
RT Pro provides seamless data interfaces to advanced analysis Slice Plot Selectable as X slice or Z slice
Frame Size 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 or 8192 samples. packages
Deep memory capture adds frame sizes: 16384,
32678, 65536, 131072 and 262144 Binary File Binary, MEscopeVES, MATLAB, UFF, WAV,
Post-test Documentation
Modes Single frame or multiple frames Formats Agilent SDF, MTS ATI/AFU, Brel & Kjr Microsoft Icon for single-click generation of data plots and
Common (BKC) Word test reports, including measurement parameter
ASCII File UFF, XY pair, Y only listings, test logs and formatted signal plots.
Formats Custom report templates can also be made

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Modal Data Acquisition RPM Spectrum Processing Signal Reader
TACHOMETER: API for Microsoft ActiveX that provides access to binary data files
FRF and Arbitrary assignment of responseexcitation pairs
Coherence from among available inputs. through programs such as MATLAB, LabVIEW, Visual Basic,
Pulses/Rev. 1 to 1024
Visual C, etc.
H1 and H2 FRF calculations Gear Ratio Ratio of two numbers, each from 0.1 to 10000
Spectrum Auto-spectra only or auto-spectra and cross- RPM Range 1 < RPM < 300000
spectra RPM Accuracy 100 ppm (typical)
Time Capture Frame size up to 262144 (using deep memory Level Range Programmable from 0.25 V to 10 V
capture)
Special Force/exponential window with user-defined start
RPM TRIGGER
Windows point, flat-top points and damping factor
Level RPM plus tolerance setting
Modal Entry of measurement point, axis and sense in
Slope Run-up, run-down, absolute value
Coordinates Channel Parameters table or via On-line
Coordinate Update table
Auto- Automatic updating of roving measurements using RUN MODES
incrementing pre-set measurement point increment RPM Waterfall Low RPM, high RPM, delta RPM
Frame Reject Automatic reject of frames with voltage overloads; Frame Size 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 samples*
manual accept/reject of overloaded frames; or Spectral Lines 110, 225, 450, 900 or 1800 lines*
manual accept/reject for all frames
Averaging Stable (linear), peak hold or exponential
Modal Data interface for popular modal analysis
Overlap User-defined from 0 to 99%. Max. overlap
Package packages dependent on sampling rate
Interface
Windowing Hanning, Hamming, Flat-top, Uniform, Bartlett,
Tukey, Blackman, Blackman (4th) max., Blackman
(4th) min., Welch
Waterfall Amplitude vs. Hertz vs. RPM or seconds.
Plots All other attributes: As per Advanced Graphics
* Up to 1800 lines with all functions enabled for all channels. Higher
resolutions dependent on the number of functions and channels active

Specifications RT Pro Dynamic Signal Analysis Series

Data Recorder Max. Rate 524 k samples per second aggregate Waveform Recorder
The data recorder provides a user-friendly tape recorder interface Data Formats Binary, XY ASCII, Y-only ASCII, UFF binary, UFF This software option enables streaming of long data records. Each
for easy and quick data recording for all active channels and ASCII, WAV, Agilent SDF, MTS ATI/AFU, Brel & record contains gap-free data simultaneously sampled for all active
includes voice channel annotation via the PC sound card. The data Kjr Common (BKC) channels. Note that on-line signal analysis can be performed during
recorder also provides quick and seamless transition to data waveform recording
On-line Input time histories for all inputs
playback and processing via the RT Pro Playback option(s). Note
Displays Channel status Max. Rates 524 k samples per second aggregate
that real-time analysis cannot be performed while using the data
recorder Recording view with summary of index files
Data Formats Binary, XY ASCII, Y-only ASCII, UFF binary, UFF
Recording events
ASCII, Wave, Agilent SDF, MTS ATI/AFU, Brel &
Voice records
Kjr Common (BKC)
Post- Via playback in RT Pro Playback
On-line Input time histories for all inputs; channel status
processing
Displays including voltage levels and overloads; FFT; auto-
Voice Unlimited number of voice recordings spectra, cross-spectra; FRF; coherence statistics;
Recording Each voice record: Up to 10 s and waterfall displays are also possible

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Real-time Order Tracking SHOCK RESPONSE SPECTRUM: Automated Test
Method 1: SRS Analysis Up to 14 octave range using maxi-max, negative PASS/FAIL LIMITS AND CRITERIA:
Real-time digital resampling technique maximum and positive maximum analysis Limits Multiple, simultaneous limit checks on frequency
Order Span 1st up to 320th order tracked; 1 < RPM < 300000 techniques. Checking domain, time domain, and amplitude domain
User specifies high and low frequency, reference signals
Order 0.025, 0.05, 0.1, 0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 1.0
frequency, damping ratio or Q value, and
Resolution Max. order 20: 0.025 to 1 Limits Pass/fail limit criteria may be defined based on:
resolution (1/1, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/24, 1/48)
Max. order 40: 0.05 to 1 Definition User-created Limit Tables
Max. order 80: 0.1 to 1 Measured signals resident in memory
Max. order 160: 0.125 to 1 Acoustic Analysis Signals imported from ASCII files
Max. order 320: 0.25 to 1 REAL-TIME OCTAVE ANALYSIS: Synthesised signals generated by using RT
Number of Up to 20 orders simultaneously tracked on-line Pros Signal Calculator function
Orders Method Real-time time domain octave filtering Limit Tables High or low limit curves defined based on
Amplitude Based on DFT frequency domain extraction of Standards 1/1-octave: Conforms to ANSI standard S 1.11 Breakpoint Table. Interpolation on linearlinear,
Extraction order amplitudes 1986, Order 7, Type 1D, Extended and Optional loglinear, linearlog or loglog basis
Run Mode Run-up, run-down and free run. Selectable Frequency Ranges Limits Import Limit Tables seeded from imported ASCII, UFF or
number of runs with automatic rejection of data 1/3-octave: Conforms to ANSI standard S 1.11 binary file. ASCII files generated by spreadsheet,
that violates the run mode criterion (wrong RPM 1986, Order 3, Type 1D, Extended and Optional MATLAB or other software
direction) Frequency Ranges Limit Scaling Limit curve scaling by using a user-defined value
Waterfall Amplitude vs. Order vs. RPM. Frequency 1/1-octave: as a multiplying constant or offset value
Plots All other attributes: As per Advanced Graphics Ranges Two inputs: 1 Hz 16 kHz Limit Check Sample-by-sample checking (time domain) or line-
Option Four inputs: 1 Hz 8 kHz Range by-line checking (frequency domain). Check range
Method 2: 1/3-octave: may be the whole range or a user-defined
FFT-based amplitude detection Two inputs: 1 Hz 20 kHz Limit User-defined percentage of values outside of
Fours inputs: 10 Hz 20 kHz Threshold limits to trigger fail flag
Order Span 1st up to 20th order tracked; 1 < RPM < 300000
Order Set by FFT lines and frequency range (max. Weighting Linear, A, B and C selectable Overall Limits Fail detection based on the RMS, maximum,
Resolution usable RPM limited by resolution, tach pulse rate, mean, minimum, or peak value (time and
Averaging Linear, exponential or peak hold
pulses/rev. and averaging used) Modes amplitude domain only)
Number of Up to 20 orders simultaneously tracked on-line Actions on Display alarm message, sound PC beep, generate
Sound Level Peak, hold, impulse, fast and slow sound level Fail Flag test report, abort measurement, send email and
Orders Detectors measurements
source on
Amplitude Selectable based on fixed bandwidth, fixed
Extraction spectral lines or frequency range. Additionally, Measurement From 1.3 ms to 48 hours User User message strings displayed on test failure
Period Messages
proportional bandwidth (from 1% to 100%) in post-
processing mode FFT Auto-spectra: Frequency Auto- and cross-spectra, 1/1 and 1/3 real-time
Waterfall All attributes as per Advanced Graphics Option Simultaneously measured during real-time octave acquisition Domain octave spectra, frequency response function and
Plots coherence; and SRS
Averaging None, exponential, linear or peak hold
Time Domain Time histories, synchronously averaged time
Resolution 225, 450 or 900 spectral lines
Environmental Data Reduction records, auto- and cross-correlations (overall
Windows Hanning, Hamming, Flat-top, Uniform, Kaiser- value limit checking only for correlations)
TRANSIENT CAPTURE Bessel, Blackman, Blackman max. Decay, Amplitude HIstograms (overall value limit checking only)
Sampling Up to 192000 sps in 41 settings Blackman min. sidelobe, Bartlett, Tukey, Welch Domain
Rates Frequency 1/1 and 1/3-octave spectra and auto-spectra
Frame Size 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 or 8192 samples Signals TEST SCHEDULE
Modes Single frame, multiple frames User-defined sequence of events that are automatically executed
Barchart Solid or transparent with multiple signal overlays
during the test
Averaging Exponential, linear, peak hold, peak hold for Display
specified number of averages Events Measurement duration (hours, minutes, seconds),
Time Signals Input time histories, overall level (linear or A/B/C-
limit checking on/off, start or stop the source
weighted) versus time, user-selected octave band
signal, timed pause, save signals, and generate a
level versus time
test report
Logic for sequence loop and nested loop

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Specifications RT Pro Post-processing Software

RT Pro Playback GENERAL FEATURES SRS Analysis Playback


SIGNAL PROCESSING FUNCTIONS: Signal Displays SHOCK RESPONSE SPECTRUM

Time Domain Time capture, auto-correlation and cross- Signal Same specifications as for RT Pro Real-time SRS Analysis Up to 14 octave range using maxi-max, negative
correlation functions, statistics Calculator Signal Analysis and Waveform Source maximum and positive maximum analysis
Documentation techniques.
Frequency Real-time spectrum analysis, auto-power
User specifies high and low frequency, reference
Domain spectrum, cross-power spectrum, power spectral
density, frequency response function, coherence Acoustic Analysis Playback frequency, damping ratio or Q value, and
resolution (1/1, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/24, 1/48)
function, Fourier transforms, impulse responses,
OCTAVE ANALYSIS
cepstrum, and synthesised octave analysis (1/1,
1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/24, 1/48) Method Time domain octave filtering Order Tracking Playback
Amplitude Histogram (normalized and cumulative), statistical Standards 1/1-octave: Conforms to ANSI standard S 1.11 Method Digital resampling technique
Domain parameters: Max., min., mean, peak, rms 1986, Order 7, Type 1D, Extended and Optional
Frequency Ranges Order Span 1st up to 320th order tracked; 1 < RPM <300000
1/3-octave: Conforms to ANSI standard S 1.11 Order 0.025, 0.05, 0.1, 0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 1.0
SPECTRUM ANALYSIS: 1986, Order 3, Type 1D, Extended and Optional Resolution
Frequency Ranges
Resolution 110 to 115200 spectral lines* Number of Up to 55 orders simultaneously tracked on-line
Weighting Linear, A, B, C selectable Orders
Windows Hanning, Hamming, flat-top, uniform, force/
Averaging Linear, exponential, peak hold
exponential, Kaiser-Bessel, Blackman, Blackman Amplitude Based on DFT frequency domain extraction of
Modes
max. decay, Blackman min. sidelobe, Tukey, Extraction order amplitudes
Sound Level Peak hold, impulse, fast and slow sound level
Welch Run Mode Run-up, run-down, free run. Selectable number of
Detectors measurements
* Maximum lines may be limited by PC memory runs with automatic rejection of data that violates
FFT Auto- Simultaneously calculated with octave spectrum
the run mode criterion (wrong RPM direction)
spectra
TRIGGERING: Frequency 1/1- and 1/3-octave spectra and auto-spectra
Signals
Modes Automatic or manual Barchart Solid or transparent with multiple signal overlays
Types Trigger first frame followed by free run; auto- Display
trigger every frame; manual arm every frame Time Signals Input time histories, overall level (linear or A/B/C-
weighted) versus time, user-defined octave band
level versus time
AVERAGING:

Modes Time or frequency


HIGH-RESOLUTION OCTAVE ANALYSIS:
Types Exponential, linear, peak hold, peak hold for
specified number of averages Method Octave-based DFT synthesis method gives true
logarithmic distributed frequency spectrum
Overlap User-defined percentage from 0% to 99%
Octave 1/1, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/24, 1/48
Processing
Resolution
FFT 225, 450 or 900 spectral lines
Resolution
Time Signals Input time histories

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Ordering Information

Systems Accessories Available Separately Software Maintenance


Type 986A0186 PHOTON+ with RT Pro Software OPTIONAL HARDWARE TCS-303 Software Maintenance and Support
includes the following hardware and software: Type 845-084100 Single-channel Analog Input (add one or two Agreement for RT Pro Software

Brel & Kjr reserves the right to change specifications and accessories without notice.
Two inputs inputs to the base system)
One waveform source
One tachometer OPTIONAL SOFTWARE
One USB cable NET-103-02 NET-Integrator ActiveX Application
RT Pro Signal Analysis and Waveform Source (for real-time Interface
measurements) MODAL EXCITATION HARDWARE
RT Pro Waveform Recorder Type 8204 Miniature Impact Hammer
RT Pro Playback (for data post-processing) Type 8206 Impact Hammer, for general purposes
PHOTON+ Re-calibration Software Type 8207 Heavy Duty Impact Hammer 1-pound head
NET-Integrator Run-time License Type 8208 Heavy Duty Impact Hammer 3-pound head
Type 8210 Heavy Duty Impact Hammer 12-pound head
Software Type 5961 Hand-held Exciter
DSA-300 RT Pro Advanced Analysis Package
MODAL ACCELEROMETERS
includes the following applications: Type 4394 Miniature CCLD Accelerometer
RT Pro Automated Test
Type 4507-B-001 CCLD TEDS Accelerometer
Environmental Data Reduction (SRS analysis)
Type 4535-B Triaxial CCLD Accelerometer
Acoustic Analysis (1/1- and 1/3-octave spectra)
Real-time Order Tracking MODAL ANALYSIS SOFTWARE
Swept-sine Measurement Using PULSE Reflex Modal Analysis
Order Tracking Playback Basic System
Acoustic Analysis Playback Type 8700 PULSE Reflex Base
SRS Analysis Playback Type 8720-A PULSE Reflex Modal Analysis Pack

Advanced System for Multiple Reference Impact Testing (MRIT)


Type 8700 PULSE Reflex Base
Type 8721-A PULSE Reflex Advanced Modal Analysis Pack

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