Vibration Testing System from Davis Instruments

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Davis Instruments
July 22, 2012

The Fluke 810 from Davis Instruments, Vernon Hills, IL, is a vibration testing system that lets you analyze motors, fans, blowers, belts, chain drives, gearboxes, pumps, and compressors to identify and locate imbalances, misalignments, loose bearings, and similar mechanical faults. The system features a laser tachometer for measurement of machine running speed, a triaxial accelerometer, onboard context-sensitive help, and a fault severity scale to prioritize maintenance. The system interface takes basic parameters, such as rpm and horsepower, from user input and has 2 GB of onboard memory. Included software generates diagnostic reports, transfers data, and shows diagnostic and vibration spectra.


CompanyDavis Instruments
CountryUnited States (USA)
Phone800-358-5525 / 847-327-2000


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