Ometron Vibration Measurement Systems

Ometron is a leading worldwide supplier and pioneer of non-contact vibration measurement equipment.

Typical applications of Ometron Laser Doppler vibrometers include structural investigations, test bench or laboratory measurements, condition monitoring, and quality control.

Laser Doppler Vibrometers (LDV) are increasingly used in applications where standard transducers are impractical or even impossible to use. Non-contact measurement has the following major advantages:

Ometron equipment uses laser Doppler vibrometry to obtain single-point measurements of surface velocity.

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Optical Measurement Solutions

Laser Doppler Vibrometry is the method of choice for all vibration measurement applications where a non-contact approach is strictly required or offers significant benefits when compared to standard tactile transducers.

Proven solutions exist for many challenging measurement tasks.

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Areas of Vibrometer Applications

Vibrating components and structures are a key area of concern in the automotive and aerospace industries and in many other fields of application.

Laser Doppler Vibrometry (LDV) is well established as a fast, efficient and cost-effective means of measuring and analyzing the extent of a structure's vibration. Not only is no contact made with the part under investigation but, due to the high optical sensitivity of the Ometron sensors, the measured surface does not need to be specially modified or prepared in advance. However, it is not just in vibration reduction that Ometron Laser Doppler Vibrometers are being used. Increasingly, the instruments are finding a new role in quality control. Examining the resonance characteristics of a metal casting, for example, can indicate whether the component has been machined correctly.

Laser Doppler Vibrometry sensing is a robust technique for the measurement of mechanical vibration without surface contact. LDV integrated with FFT analysis is a well established technique in the development laboratory of the automotive and aerospace industries, but has also other applications.

Its potential to provide an accurate dynamic picture of the quality of products as diverse as traditional machined parts and electronic components and assemblies is rapidly finding it a place in the quality control armory of many major manufacturing companies.

Ometron Service

In addition to its high performance non contact vibration measurement instruments Ometron offers calibration, maintenance and assistant services.

Please direct your service inquiries for all Ometron Laser Vibrometers including the VPI 4000 Scanning Vibrometer (former B&K Types 8330, 8330A, 8330B, 8330C) to


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Unit 8
The Cobalt Centre
Siskin Parkway East
Middlemarch Business Park
Coventry CV3 4PE
United Kingdom

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Unit 8
The Cobalt Centre
Siskin Parkway East
Middlemarch Business Park
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United Kingdom

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