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Up-to-date info about vibration testing and data acquisition in the informative and easy-to-follow articles written by our experts.
What is Fatigue Damage Spectrum?
When it comes to testing the durability of the object, there is a number of options available. In this article, we will discuss Fatigue Damage Spectrum, its uses, main advantages compared to Field Data Response, as well as formulas we use to calculate the needed data.
Multishaker Tests with RL-C21 and RL-C25: Theory and application
Multishaker testing has become a popular method for testing large objects, which you cannot place on one shaker, or for simultaneous vibration impact on the object on several axes. In today's article, we will look at how to set up multishaker tests using our vibration controllers RL-C21 and RL-C25.

How to Mount Accelerometers
The first step to ensure that your sensor is giving accurate data is to correctly mount it on the surface. In this article, we will take a look at the most used mounting methods and give you useful tips that will help you choose the one that suits your needs.
Modbus TCP: Climatic Chamber and Power Amplifier Communication
Complex environmental tests combining vibration and climatic impact are becoming a trend in the testing industry. RULA Technologies provide a convenient tool for running such tests with RL-C21 and RL-C25-series controllers. Learn more in our todays's article.
Notching Control and Why You Should Use It
Imagine you are testing a satellite with solar panels. It is crucial to prevent the destruction of solar panels due to resonances during the test. Notching is a tool that helps you avoid all resonances on a particular frequency by limiting the acceleration values.
Calibration of Measurement Microphones
Microphones need to be calibrated to ensure they stay "healthy" and perform at their maximum capacity. RULA engineers have developed and algorithm, that allows you to easily calibrate a microphone using sound pressure — a topic of our today's article.
Setting Additional Shock Limits
Setting Shock limits is the main way to prevent equipment failures and breakages. Learn how to configure the shock limits in RULA Software in our today's article.
Accelerometer calibration: a step-by-step guide
Calibration is a procedure that ensures the safety and maximum performance of your sensor. Ideally, it should be performed once a year. How do you automate accelerometer calibration using RULA Software? Find out in our article.