Vibration control and data acquisition system

Advanced highly-accurate vibration control and data acquisition system designed for multichannel applications.

Scalable architecture allows the user to expand the system up to 512 channels in a synchronized data acquisition set.

The modular principle of hardware configuration provides flexibility to suit different user demands.

The following variants of configuration are available: 24/0, 16/4, 8/8 (in/out channels per controller).

Two advanced software packages – VisProbe SL and VisAnalyser – power the system to fulfill the vibration control and data acquisition functionality.




VisAnalyser v11 (x86)
VisProbe SL

VisProbe SL

VisProbeSL v52 (x86)
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  • Input channels
    1÷512 (up to 24 channels per controller)
  • Sensor type
    IEPE, linear, charge, acoustic, displacement, velocity, force sensors
  • Dynamic range
    120 dB
  • Number of digital inputs


  • Number of output channels
  • Number of digital outputs


  • Frequency range
    DC, 0.1÷106000 Hz
  • DAC/ADC resolution
    24 bits
  • Temperature range
    +5 ÷ +45 °C
  • Dimensions
    428×370×47 mm
  • Weight
    3.9 kg
  • Power supply
    180 ÷ 240 AC V
  • Sample rate
    up to 265 kHz

Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU

Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU

Program interface

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

VisProbe SL does not see the device. There is a message saying that the device has not been found.

Are the settings of channels and shakers, which I specify, saved?

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Product information

RL-C21 and RL-C25. Sine test profile.

RL-C21 and RL-C25. Random test profile.

RL-C21 and RL-C25. Shock test profile.

RL-C21 and RL-C25. Mixed test profile.

RL-C21 and RL-C25. Channels settings.

RL-C21 and RL-C25. Shaker settings.

Graph functionality in vibration testing explained.


Multishaker tests in RL-C21 and RL-C25. Theory and application.

Multishaker tests have recently gained popularity for tests of large objects, which cannot be placed on one shaker, or for simultaneous vibration impact on the object on several axes. This approach allows imitating the actual vibration conditions of operation more closely.
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What is Kurtosis

Kurtosis is a parameter of any signal, which represents its “peakedness”. If kurtosis is high, there are more peaks in the signal and their amplitudes are greater. In the most commonly used random signal with Gaussian distribution the value of kurtosis is three.
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VisProbe SL

VisProbe SL