Vibration analyzer ADL MS32


The vibration analyzer is designed to measure general vibration parameters, spectral FFT analysis of rotating equipment, rapid assessment in accordance with ISO 10816, stabilization of rotating equipment, road condition monitoring, measurement and data collection.< /p>


Number of vibration channels 1
Availability of high-speed channels +
Temperature measurement
Frequency range 1… 10000 Hz
Vibration acceleration measurement range Up to 200 m/s2
Vibration velocity measurement range Up to 200 mm/s
Displacement measurement range (peak to peak) Up to 2000 microns
Measurement error Up to 5%
Possibility of balancing +
Temperature measurement range
Speed measurement range 10… 200000 rpm
FFT Spectral Analysis 400, 800, 1600 lines in the spectrum
Memory 4 gigabytes
Communication with PC and charging USB port
View Color, 128×160 pixels
Battery Internal, LiPo
Terms of use 0°C to 50°C
Humidity up to 80%
Dimensions 132x70x33 mm
Weight 150g


ADL MS32 in Uzbekistan, Tashkent

Using the device

Easy to use and reliable, built-in software simplifies data management and reporting.

Measuring vibration with a vibrometer occurs very quickly and does not require any preparation work. With the issuance of reports on the condition of equipment at the enterprise, it is possible to make 100 measurements per shift.

The measured vibration values after some time (for example, after 1 month) make it possible to predict the development of vibration and plan the timing of subsequent repairs. This allows you to save significantly compared to planned repairs.

The values measured by the vibration analyzer can be used to diagnose defects in the unit using spectral analysis of the signal. For example, by using the key and “defective” lines in the spectrum, you can determine the condition of the bearings, imbalance, misalignment and other defects.

The main area of application of the devices is operational monitoring of the mechanical condition during operation, diagnostics, maintenance and repair of equipment: bearings, gears, turbines, generators, fans, pumps, rotors, distribution plants, ball mills, rolling mills, gearboxes, conveyors, engines, blowers and many other types of equipment. This applies to tracking both entire structures and individual elements.

Vibration analyzers of the ADL MS series are used in metallurgy, mechanical engineering, petrochemical, light and defense industries, thermal and nuclear energy, maintenance of equipment in agricultural complexes, housing and communal services and transport.

Device features and functions:

  • Measurement of vibration velocity, vibration displacement and vibration acceleration;
  • Ability to obtain vibration trends using special software;
  • Spectral vibration analysis (fast Fourier transform);
  • Time signal analysis;
  • Displays RMS and peak vibration values;
  • Non-contact infrared tachometer for measuring rotation speed;
  • Measurement in acceleration/end mode;
  • Dynamic compensation on its own supports (up to 4 correction planes);
  • Built-in battery;
  • Simple and intuitive controls;
  • Designing protection of the keyboard, display and connectors from dust and moisture;
  • Great display.

The introduction of vibrometers of the ADL series at enterprises will provide:

  • significantly increase the reliability and service life of equipment
  • Eliminate the risk of emergency situations and ensure uninterrupted operation of the enterprise,
  • detect increased vibration levels in a timely manner
  • Increase your profits by reducing the cost of unexpected repairs and downtime.

Delivery content

  • ADL MS instrument unit;
  • Accelerometer
  • 1.5 m cable to vibration sensor
  • magnet for attaching the vibration sensor
  • Optical probe, magnetic stand (version ADLMS 30, ADLMS 32);
  • Temperature sensor built into the probe (ADLMS version 30)
  • USB wall charger;
  • USB cable;
  • flash drive with software
  • operating instructions;
  • Case.

The ADL MS32 Vibration Analyzer is a specialized instrument designed for measuring and analyzing vibrations in various industrial applications. Here’s some information about it:

  1. Vibration Measurement and Analysis: The ADL MS32 is engineered to accurately measure, analyze, and monitor vibrations in machinery, structures, and components. It’s capable of detecting vibrations in terms of frequency, amplitude, and other parameters to evaluate the condition and health of equipment.
  2. Model Name: “ADL MS32” denotes the model number or designation of this particular vibration analyzer.
  3. Measurement Methods: The ADL MS32 likely utilizes various measurement techniques such as FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) analysis, time-domain analysis, and frequency-domain analysis to capture and analyze vibrations. These methods enable the identification of vibration sources, frequencies, and patterns.
  4. Measurement Range: The vibration analyzer would come with a specified measurement range, indicating the frequencies and amplitudes it can accurately measure.
  5. Accuracy and Precision: The specifications would detail the device’s accuracy and precision in measuring vibrations, typically expressed in terms of frequency resolution, amplitude sensitivity, and dynamic range.
  6. Display and Controls: The ADL MS32 would feature a display screen to present measurement readings, spectra, and settings, accompanied by controls and buttons for operation and configuration.
  7. Applications: Vibration analyzers like the ADL MS32 find applications across industries such as manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, energy, and transportation. They are used to monitor machinery health, detect faults, and prevent unexpected failures, thus playing a crucial role in predictive maintenance programs.
  8. Portability: Depending on its design, the ADL MS32 may be portable, allowing for on-site measurements and field applications.
  9. Data Logging and Reporting: The vibration analyzer may have built-in memory for storing measurement data, facilitating later analysis and report generation. It might also be compatible with software for more in-depth data analysis and reporting.
  10. Battery Power: It’s likely that the ADL MS32 operates on battery power, providing flexibility for usage in various locations without the need for a power outlet.
  11. Calibration: Regular calibration is essential to ensure the accuracy of the measurements. The ADL MS32 would likely come with calibration instructions or require calibration by a certified technician.
  12. Accessories: The vibration analyzer might be bundled with accessories like accelerometers, mounting fixtures, cables, and software to enhance its functionality and usability.

In summary, the ADL MS32 Vibration Analyzer is a sophisticated tool tailored for precise measurement and analysis of vibrations in industrial settings, aiding in maintenance optimization and equipment reliability improvement.

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