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OLi

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https://adash.com/portable-vibration-devices/a4500-va5-vibration-analysis-thermal-imaging-ultrasound

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"I can amplify the movement..."?

I assume this is not visually based like IRIS-M? It just means you can set up a wireframe geometry and collect with accel as normal?
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Yes, what I seen so far it is ODS they call ADS   https://adash.com/portable-vibration-devices/a4500-va5-vibration-analysis-thermal-imaging-ultrasound
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I've been saying for years this needed to happen...awesome.
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visually based like IRIS-M?

I had my hopes up there for a moment.  That would have truly been amazing. 

See if you can get them to add that in the next model, Oli ;-)
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It does have a camera and the math is not that magic, MIT have a pretty good description on their research so I ask them [smile]


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Never thought I'd say this about an analyser but damn that's a sexy box lol.

Is it similar size to a, csi2140?

Adash make some nice stuff, they're 4400 is 2140 size but found it a bit heavy.
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2Kg is reasonable, they normally have a lot of battery time and that add weight.
30x23x5 cm is normal also I think

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

VA5 Pro specifications

Input channels:
4 x AC, ICP® power supply on/off
4 x DC for process values
1 x TACHO for speed probe/external trigger
 
Input range:
AC +/- 12 V peak-peak
DC +/- 24V
AD conversion:
24 bit, 64 bit internal signal processing
No AutoGain function!
 
Dynamic range S/N:
120 dB
Frequency ranges (-3 dB):
Maximum range: 0.35 Hz - 90 kHz (1 Ch, 194 kHz sampling)
Maximum range: 0.35 Hz - 25 kHz (4 Ch, 64 kHz sampling)
Minimum range: 0.35 Hz - 25 Hz (4 Ch, 64 Hz sampling)
 
Sampling mode:
Fully simultaneous for 4 channels
FFT resolution:
Min. 100 lines
Max. 3 276 800 lines
 
Unit modes:
Analyzer - analytical measurements
Data collector - route measurements
Balancer - 1 and 2 plane on site balancing
Run up - run up and coast down measurements
Recorder - raw signal recording for later post analysis
Stethoscope - listening of the bearing/machine noise
FASIT - expert system for automatic fault detection
Octave analyzer - hearable sound measurements
Bump test - measurement of natural frequencies
ADS - Animated Deflection Shapes (Operating deflection shapes)
Ultrasound - measurement of ultrasound in 30 - 50 kHz range
Display:
1125 x 800 pixels
 
Built-in camera:
5 MPx, autofocus
Thermal imaging camera (optionally):
384 x 288 pixels
-10°C ~ 150°C temp. range
50 mK NETD sensitivity
 
Processor:
Intel Atom 1.9 GHz
Memory, Route:
64 GB, max. 16 GB for one route, number of routes is limited by free memory only
 
Data processing:
Real time FFT
DEMOD - ENVELOPE analysis
ACMT - low speed bearing analysis
Order analysis
User band pass analysis
RPM measurement
DC measurement
Orbit measurement
Raw signal recorder:
64 kHz sampling frequency
4 Ch memory consumption 3 GB/hour
4 Ch total recording - 20 hours
 
Trigger:
Manual, External, Signal level, Time
Use for signal recording trigger
Speed change, Time interval
Interface:
USB 3.0, 2.0 compatible
 
Operating temperature range:
-10˚C to +50˚C
Power:
Battery 8 hours of operation, AC 230 V
 
Case:
Aluminium heavy duty
Size & Weight:
29,5 x 23 x 4,9 cm, 2 Kg


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adash has a very appealing side "its development" it seems they only get better, still I like the smaller va3 pro.

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I see only the thermal camera listed as 'optional'. Does that mean that everything else is 'stock' or are there software modules like with most other analyzers?
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Normally the PRO version include all bells and whistles and eventually there may be a standard version that have a basic selection but I am guessing here. It is brand new, I have not seen the pricelist yet...... I think it is good to have the thermal as an option since everybody don't need it.
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Does the software have CSI "X" function..? And does it have MPM-->RPM style functionality?

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Look at AdashUSguy respons https://www.machineryanalysis.org/post/adash-4400-vs-4300-8366346?pid=1302906537



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