vibrometer

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vibrometer

(vī-brŏm′ĕt-ĕr) [L. vibrare, to shake, + Gr. metron, measure]
A device used to measure the vibratory sensation threshold. It is particularly useful in judging the progression or remission of peripheral neuropathy.
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The Vexo S is a single axis vibration meter with a dedicated accelerometer attached via an ultra-robust cable.
Castle Group of Scarborough has developed a human vibration meter for conducting risk assessments to the recently introduced Control of Vibration at Work Regulations.
Monitran (stand U67) will be using the show to launch its new handheld Vibration Meter. Designed to conform to ISO 10816-3, features will include a crisp, colour LCD display, the ability to store up to 100 readings (acceleration, velocity or displacement) against a real-time clock, a rechargeable battery and a tough rubberised case.
New for 2012 is C-Cubed's Vib Meter 320, a simple to use, incredibly low cost vibration meter that records, analyses and displays vibration signals at the push of a button.
SVANTEK UK, designers of noise and vibration monitoring instrumentation, has announced the launch of its new SV106 Human Vibration Meter and Analyser.