The SV 106D Six-channel Human Vibration Meter and Analyser meets the requirements of the ISO 8041-1:2017 standard and it is an ideal choice for measurements according to ISO 2631, ISO 5349 and Directive 2002/44/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council. This revolutionary, pocket-size instrument allows simultaneous measurements with two triaxial accelerometers (e.g. both-hands vibration or the triaxial transmission of vertical vibration through a vehicle seat).
The SV 106D is equipped with two 3-axial inputs for IEPE or MEMS sensors. It allows simultaneous measurements with two triaxial accelerometers (e.g. both-hands vibration or triaxial SEAT vibration transmission).
The whole-body vibration measurement is easier thanks to SV 38V seat accelerometer which can be placed directly on the seat cushion, floor or fixed to the back of the seat. The triaxial SEAT transmission measurements are also possible.
Human vibrations refer to the mechanical shocks, movements, and other types of vibrations that are transmitted to the body through various sources, such as work tasks, transportation, and leisure activities. Some of the most common types of human vibrations include:
- Hand-arm vibrations: Vibrations that are transmitted to the hands and arms through the use of hand-held power tools, such as jackhammers and chainsaws.
- Whole-body vibrations: Vibrations that are transmitted to the entire body, often through exposure to vehicles, such as cars and trains, or work tasks that involve standing or sitting on vibrating surfaces.
- Foot vibrations: Vibrations that are transmitted to the feet and legs through exposure to work tasks that involve standing or walking on vibrating surfaces, such as working in a noisy factory or operating heavy machinery.
- Seat vibrations: Vibrations that are transmitted to the body through sitting on vibrating surfaces, such as in a car or on a motorcycle.
It is important to consider these types of human vibrations when selecting a vibration monitor, as different monitors may be better suited for measuring specific types of vibrations, and the type of vibrations being measured will impact the choice of your device.