Capable of running for up to 30 hours, the V9000 can trigger and record PPV (peak particle velocity) vibration intensity, acceleration and displacement parameters. An impulse mode is typically used for blast monitoring, and a continuous mode can be used for piling, rail, construction and road vibration monitoring.
Ideal for long-term, unattended monitoring, the V9000 is available to rent with 2 accelerometers which enable the simultaneously measurement of ground vibrations in two separate locations.
The triggering range is from 0.1 mm/s to 200 mm/s and the auto-record length is 2 to 18 seconds in impulse mode. The unit can also measure in ‘Vibration Does Value’ (VDV) to BS 6472 Part 1:2008. Live monitoring information can be viewed on the instrument’s screen, but data can be transferred to a PC via USB and exported in Excel.