USB Real-Time Analyzer

Ultra-Portable, USB-Powered Real-Time Analyzer

USB real-time analyzer by m+p international
Ultra-portable USB real-time analyzer

Equipped with a 24-bit four-channel USB-powered dynamic acquisition module, the m+p Analyzer is the perfect engineering tool for portable noise and vibration applications. It provides highly accurate measurements from audio frequency IEPE (ICP®) sensors and all the functionality you need for your daily test job at a surprisingly low price.

Ready to Start Measurement

Thanks to its self-powered USB 2.0 hi-speed connectivity to a host PC or a laptop, the m+p Analyzer is a compact real-time analyzer designed for professional applications in the field and in the laboratory. Measurements have never been so easy: Load the analysis software, connect the USB cable between the acquisition module and the host PC/laptop and start your measurement using ICP® sensors powered direct from the USB front-end. With 25 kHz bandwidth, 24-bit resolution and 102 dB dynamic range, the m+p Analyzer offers very high precision on four channels and upwards and is perfectly suited for versatile N&V measurements and analyses.

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USB Real-Time Analyzer

  • 4 simultaneously sampled inputs (expandable with multiple USB modules), +/- 5 V input range
  • USB 2.0 hi-speed
  • 24-bit resolution
  • 102 dB dynamic range
  • ICP® support (accelerometers and microphones)
  • 51.2 kS/s maximum sampling rate
  • 25 kHz bandwidth
  • Real-time data acquisition, analysis and reporting in one package
  • Continuous or triggered measurements
  • Online real-time FFT
  • Online display of spectrum, PSD, FRF, etc.
  • Online waterfall displays
  • MS Windows like user interface, wizards
  • Automated ActiveX reporting to Microsoft Windows and PowerPoint
  • Expandable to 32 channels with NI CompactDAQ USB 917x and Ethernet 9188 chassis

ICP® is a registered trademark of PCB Group, Inc.

  • Portable and stationary multi-channel noise and vibration measurements as well as online and offline analysis in the time and frequency domain in the automotive, the aerospace, military and other industrial environments.