Easy calibrated vibration measurements on Mac or iOS

digiducer_04_CE_mediumAlthough Faber Mac and iOS apps have offered excellent sound and vibration analysis tools from the start, the introduction of the Digiducer 333D01 USB Digital Accelerometer makes vibration measurement easier and more portable. When the 333D01 is connected to a Mac, iPhone, or iPad, it will be immediately recognized by our apps and ready for calibrated measurements.

For example, SignalScope Pro will recognize the connected 333D01 as an accelerometer and set the measurement units accordingly. SignalScope Pro will also automatically read calibration information from the 333D01 and establish the appropriate sensitivity so calibrated measurements can be made immediately. This works with both the Mac and iOS versions of SignalScope Pro.

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The 333D01 communicates with Mac OS or iOS via the standard USB Audio Class driver. Connecting to a Mac is as simple as plugging the 333D01’s cable into an available USB port. For iOS, Apple’s Lightning to USB Camera Adapter is required.* When connecting to iOS, no additional power source is required, which makes Faber apps and the 333D01 part of an ultraportable vibration measurement system.

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Auto-calibrated measurements with the 333D01 are supported in Electroacoustics Toolbox, SignalScope and SignalScope Pro for Mac, and in IOScopeSignalScope and SignalScope Pro for iOS.

 

Buy the 333D01 USB Digital Accelerometer

Download Electroacoustics Toolbox (Mac)

Download SignalScope Pro (Mac)

Download IOScope (iOS)

Download SignalScope Pro (iOS)

 

*Older iOS devices may require a 30-pin to USB adapter, such as the one available in Apple’s original iPad Camera Connection Kit.

Faber Mac apps now support USB measurement mics and accelerometer

Versions 3.8 of SignalScope, SignalScope Pro, and Electroacoustics Toolbox for Mac OS now offer built-in support for USB measurement microphones from miniDSP and Dayton Audio as well as the model 333D01 USB accelerometer from Digiducer.

Each app directly supports the miniDSP UMIK-1 and Dayton UMM-6 USB measurement microphones. Sensitivity calibration data for these mics can be downloaded automatically, just by entering the mic’s serial number. Making calibrated sound level measurements is as easy as plugging in the UMIK-1 or UMM-6, typing in its serial number, and getting started with the analysis tool of your choice (the serial number only needs to be entered once, after which the app will remember the microphone sensitivity). An internet connection is required to download sensitivity information for the microphone.

Each of these apps also directly supports the Digiducer 333D01 USB digital accelerometer, and can automatically load serial number and sensitivity calibration information directly from the device. Making calibrated acceleration measurements is as easy as plugging in the 333D01 and getting started with the analysis tool of your choice.

Various bugs and potential instabilities in each app have been corrected.

These apps all require Mac OS version 10.7 or later.

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Downloads:

Download Electroacoustics Toolbox on the Mac App Store

Download Electroacoustics Toolbox trial

Download SignalScope Pro on the Mac App Store

Download SignalScope Pro trial

Download SignalScope on the Mac App Store

Download SignalScope trial