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Sensing & Measurement

NVH testing with acoustic holography, 3D digitizer


SenSound, LLC and its digitizer manufacturing partner, Revware, Inc., recently announced its launch of SenCAH, a product that combines SenSound's compact acoustical holography technology with Revware's MicroScribe® 6-degrees of freedom 6G22LX 3D digitizer. The product will offer noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) test engineers, technicians and noise consultants the portability and functionality of an intensity probe plus novel 3D acoustic holography capabilities required to resolve complex noise and sound engineering problems.

"Our new NVH testing product will provide engineers and technicians with a portable, easy-to-use and low-cost tool for noise diagnostics," said Mr. Sergio Mazza, president and CEO of SenSound. "The MicroScribe 6G2LX digitizer will substantially reduce testing time and complexity by allowing rapid collection of multiple sound measurements and SenSound's proprietary software will allow for the rapid identification of noise sources correlating product vibrations with noise emissions."

Addressing machinery noise is an important health, safety and product quality issue. Using SenSound technology, manufacturers of products and components in a variety of industries will be able to identify and abate undesirable sound and vibrations in a faster, more cost-effective manner than currently available technology.

Revware President Tom Welsh noted, "The MicroScribe G series of 3D digitizers has been the choice of animators, engineers and designers for many years for capturing the physical properties of three-dimensional objects and accurately translating them into 3D models."

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