Summit M VIPA Technical Specifications

  • Channels – 3 channels (X-, Y-, Z- vibration), 1 aux-channel (acoustics)
  • Sample interval – 1 kHz, 2kHz, 5kHz, 10kHz
  • Frequency Range – DC – 5kHz
  • A/D Converter – 24 bit
  • Measurement Range – 175 mm/s with standard sensor DMT-3D/DIN, larger ranges on request
  • Data Communication – 100base-TX Ethernet, internal HSPA/EDGE/GSM modem
  • Sensitivity of the sensor – 28 V/m/s
Mining Monitoring

Detailed monitoring of the blast in mining

Structures Monitoring

Looking of the vibration frequencies of high buildings


Measurement of vibration of suspension bridges

Oil and Gas Structures

The chemical plants require constant monitoring

Security Sector

Accurate measurement of any suspicious vibrations

Natural Hazards

Registration and monitoring of natural hazards

Renewable Energy

Monitoring of harmful vibrations

Defence Technologies

Optimization of controls with the help of vibration measurement

Medical Equipment

Detailed monitoring of the medical equipment

Mechanical Engineering

Monitoring at the vibration frequencies of engines

Micro Electronics

It is crucial to have control over the manufacturing

Aircraft & Space

Precise monitoring of vibration frequencies

AVA Software

The AVA Software offers a powerful solution for the visualization and analysis of SEG2 data files from the Summit M VIPA, the VIB3D, and TH accelerogram data files. Whether you need to examine vibrations, seismic waves, or noise, you can rely on our software to provide you with comprehensive output parameters such as acceleration, velocity, displacement, Fast Fourier Transformation, Shock Response Spectrum (SRS), and more. Our experts have over 30 years of field experience and are ready to assist you with any questions or issues. Download the Trial Version on PC for free and see it for yourself!


We offer customized solutions
Pedestrian Bridge - Germany
Bridges monitoring and analysis of induced vibrations in Germany
Highway Bridge - Germany
Three-lane highway bridges monitoring and analyzing induced vibrations during the passage of cars and trucks over a bridge structure
Automobile - Germany
Car engine (from BMW model X5) vibrations analysis depending on temperature and different oil types
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