Hand-Arm and Whole Body Vibration Meter Rental

Monitor Human Vibration Exposure | HVM200

Human Vibration Meter HVM200

The Larson Davis HVM200 is a small, rugged, 3 channel human vibration meter with built in Wi-Fi that can be used to measure hand-arm, whole body and general vibration (in accordance with ISO 2631, 5349, and 8041 standards). Its expanded capability from the HVM100 allows for 1/1 and 1/3 octave measurements and the ability to record raw sampled time domain data in one small package utilizing a removable (up to) 32 GB micro SD memory card. The HVM200 is controlled through a computer interface with the G4 Utility Software and/or a smartphone using the LD Atlas app via a Wi-Fi connection (free download from the Apple App Store or Google play). The HVM200 also has the ability to read calibration data from TEDS-equipped sensors for even quicker test set up.

Full specs from manufacturer

Features

  • Frequency weightings and metrics for hand-arm and whole body vibration
  • Conforms to relevant ISO standards for hand/arm and whole body testing
  • Optional 1/1 and 1/3 Octave Filters and Sampled Time Domain Recording
  • Rechargeable and replaceable Lithium Ion battery
  • Removable SD memory card (up to 32 GB)
  • Typically used with Larson Davis sensors for the HVM.

Rental Kit Includes

  • Standard firmware - Hand-arm and whole body filters
  • Memory Card - 8 GB micro SD memory card
  • Calibration Certificates
  • Soft arm band carrying pouch
  • KHVM-ACC - Accessory Bundle (see below)

Optional Firmware

  • HVM200-OB3 - 1/1 and 1/3 Octave Filters. Adds IEC 61260 class 1 compliant 1/1 and 1/3 octave filtering capability (0.5 Hz to 2000 Hz and 0.4 Hz to 2500 Hz respectively) for reporting or additional analysis using USB, Wi-Fi or a removable micro SD memory card.
  • HVM200-RAW - Sampled Time Domain Recording. Store and archive sampled time data for all three channels simultaneously. Data is stored in a 24-bit format and files can be read with tools such as MATLAB® or GNU Octave for additional processing.

Standards Met

  • ISO 8041:2005
  • ISO 2631-1:1997
  • ISO 2631-2:2003
  • ISO 2631-4:2001
  • ISO 2631-5:2004
  • ISO 5349-1:2001
  • ISO 5349-2:2001
  • EN 1032:20031
  • ANSI 2.70-2006

KHVM-ACC

The Complimentary HVM Accessory bundle is included with every HVM kit at no additional charge. Please contact The Modal Shop for any additional needs.

Items Included

  • G4 Utility software
  • Sensor Cabling and Hand-Arm interface Adaptors
  • Manual Set
  • PC Connectivity Cables (USB)
  • Batteries and Line Power Supply
  • Soft carrying case

Human Vibration Monitor Sensors

The following table overviews the common sensors used with the HVM100 or HVM200 Human Vibration Meters.  Additional sensors can be used with the HVM as well. See the  uniaxial and  triaxial accelerometer pages for more information. 

Model
Amplitude Range
Sensitivity
Filter Corner Frequency (Hz)
Frequency Range (Hz)
Resolution (g RMS)
Mechanical Shock Limit (±g)
Temperature Range (°F)
-10%-5%+5%+10%
SEN021F5001015k-0.52.5k-0.00057k-65 to +250
SEN040F5k120k-24k-0.0310k-65 to +250
SEN041F5001015k-24k-.00810k-65 to +250
SEN02650010-0.519k12k.00210k-65 to +250
SEN027 or 356B41/NC10100--0.51K-0.00022k14 to +122

Human Vibration Monitor Hand-Arm Interface Adaptors

The following table overviews the hand-arm HVM adaptors and notes the sensor they are used with from the sensor overview table table above.  The appropriate adaptors will be included with the KHVM-ACC kit as noted above.

ModelDescriptionSensors Used With 
ADP080AHand “T” Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN040F/SEN041F
ADP081AHandle Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN040F/SEN041F
ADP082AClamp Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN040F/SEN041F
ADP063Palm Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN026
ADP060Hand “T” Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN020/SEN021F
ADP061Handle Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN020/SEN021F
ADP062Clamp Adaptor with mounting accessoriesSEN020/SEN021F


HVM100

(Discontinued) The Larson Davis HVM100 features three accelerometer input channels, a vector sum data channel, and a variety of weighting and band limiting filters (in accordance with ISO 2631, 5349, and 8041 standards). It can be specified as a complete measurement system from accelerometers to reporting software and has been recognized around the world as a convenient tool for gathering exposure data in the field or making reference condition measurements in the engineering laboratory.

Full specs from manufacturer

Features

  • Frequency weightings and metrics for hand-arm and whole body vibration
  • Conforms to relevant ISO standards for Human Vibration Testing
  • Simultaneous 3-channel measurements: X, Y and Z axes, plus Sum (S)
  • Programmable AC, DC, or peak signal output
  • Typically used with Larson Davis sensors for the HVM.

Standards Met

  • ISO 8041:2005
  • ISO 2631-2:1989
  • ISO 2631-1:1997
  • ISO 2631-2:2003
  • ISO 2631-4:2001
  • ISO 2631-5:2004
  • ISO 5349-1:2001
  • ISO 5349-2:2001
  • EN 1032:20031
  • ANSI 2.70-2006
  • BS 6841:1987