• imc WAVE

    Spectral Analysis
    Structural Analysis
    Order Tracking

Operating concept

With imc WAVE, you can quickly and easily solve a wide variety of tasks in sound and vibration analysis. The well-guided work flow will lead you step by step through the parameter settings for your specific application. From the device configuration through microphone calibration procedures up to starting the measurement, imc WAVE offers a simple operating concept.

imc WAVE operating concept: measurement device selection
Select device (for example, imc CRONOSflex or imc C-SERIES with Audio Amplifier) device-specific settings such as memory settings and Synchronization and settings

Measurement device selection

The setup dialog presents the appropriate device selection for the task – for example, selecting an imc C-SERIES or imc CRONOSflex with audio or universal amplifiers.

imc WAVE operating concept: channel configuration
Channel selection: Select measurement channels and channel-specific settings such as sampling rate and evaluation functions (fast/slow, time or frequency weighting).

Channel configuration

Depending on the application and device used, channels can be set up individually, e.g., for the particular microphone or sensor type being used.

imc Wave operating concept: calibration
Channel balancing / sensor calibration: Balance active channels using a microphone calibrator.

Calibration

In this step, the microphone can be calibrated, if required , e.g., for certified spectral analysis results.

imc WAVE operating concept: Measurement and dokumentation example of octave & 1/3-octave
Detailed view of octave and 1/3-octave spectrum from screenshot 6.

Measurement and documentation example of octave & 1/3-octave analysis

Whether it’s a standardized default display or customized visualization, graphic panels offer extensive opportunities for presentations and reports.

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