Microflown Technologies Scan & Paint acoustic visualisation system

Monday, 13 March, 2017 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific


Scanandpaint

Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced a portable, all-in-one box solution for acoustic measurements. The Scan & Paint system from Microflown Technologies is a simple tool that will allow end users to visualise any stationary sound field in almost any measurement environment, regardless of the background noise level.

Sound source localisation is an important topic in the field of sound and vibration, from the product development stage to the end of line quality control.

Scan & Paint is a fast, easy and accurate tool for visualising stationary sound fields with high spatial resolution and full acoustic bandwidth coverage (20 Hz to 10 kHz). The system is a useful engineering tool for troubleshooting or benchmarking all kinds of objects on the spot, with no requirement for anechoic conditions or chambers. In practice, there are many cases where anechoic conditions are not applicable, for instance in an industrial manufacturing environment or a car interior.

PU probes allow direct measurements of particle velocity, which is not highly affected by background noise or reflection. Sound intensity measurements can be taken in situations with a high sound pressure to sound intensity ratio.

For more information, email InfoIndustrialAU@thermofisher.com.

Online: www.thermofisher.com.au
Phone: 1300 735 292
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