Vibration control software

Vibration control software works in two parts: As a user interface on the host computer, and as the software that conditions and executes tests on the controller driving the shaker. The software interface is simple to use, but enables complex vibration control setup or standardlized data analysis for random, swept sine, resonance dwell, classical shock, random on random, sine on random, shock SRS with field data replication simulating real-world operating conditions, as defined by MIL-STD, DIN, ISO, and IEC standards.