Founded in 1942, Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S has grown to become the world’s leading supplier of advanced technology for measuring and managing the quality of sound and vibration. We use our core competences and comprehensive range of products and solutions to help customers solve sound and vibration challenges. Since the 1950s, our products have set the standard to which others are compared.
Brüel & Kjær maintains a network of sales offices and representatives in 55 countries. That means local-language help is always at hand during office hours.
A global group of engineering specialists supports our local teams. They can advise on and help solve all manner of sound and vibration measurement, analysis and management problems. To further support our customers worldwide, we regularly hold courses and road-shows, and participate in sound and vibration focused trade shows and conferences worldwide.
Our comprehensive array of vibration testing equipment, including electrodynamic LDS shakers and exciters, cover the entire spectrum of vibration test applications, including modal and structural analyses.
From high-force electrodynamic shakers to palm-sized modal and measurement exciters, Brüel & Kjær offers a wide range of vibration test equipment designed for modal and structural analysis. In addition, we provide a selection of high-quality dedicated power amplifiers and vibration controllers, as well as matching slip tables, head expanders and thermal barriers.
Weather you are testing electronic components for mobile phones or complete satellite systems, Brüel & Kjær vibration testing equipment has you covered.
In addition to our electrodynamic LDS shakers and exciters, a vibration testing system typically comprises an amplifier, supplying power to operate the shaker, and a vibration controller connected to a host PC running the vibration control software. (In the diagram below, the shaker is also fitted with a head expander)
Vibration control software is divided into two parts: a user interface that runs on the host computer, and the software that executes the actual tests on the controller driving the shaker. The PC and the controller are connected by either LAN or USB. A range of controller tests and features are available within the software to simulate real-world operating conditions, as defined by MIL-STD, DIN, ISO and IEC standards.