Vibration Impact Software – VisShock

Rula Technologies are manufacturers of Vibration Control Systems for Shaker Tables.  VisShock is their specialised software package for measuring and recording vibration impact and temperature into the devices non-volatile memory during transportation of various loads.

It is a software that operates with the autonomous shock recorder RL-R17.  Together they provide the necessary speed and accuracy for data processing. As well as the graphic and digital representation of the recorded data in a user friendly interface.

VisShock is a specialised Windows Vibration Impact Software.  It operates with the RL-R17 shock recorder.

Firstly, it is a windows based software.  It operates from Windows 7 and later.  The control PC requires a processor: x86 or x64 with 2 GHz or more; 2 GB RAM; and at least 3GB of space on the hard drive.  There are three options for installation: Hard Drive, Software CD or Website for registered users.

Visshock program interface

Specifications of Vibration Impact Software – VisShock

Continuous Recording Mode

The RL-R17 records all acceleration and temperature data.  This provides a detailed picture for future analysis.  It is only limited by the capacity of the internal memory of the RL-R17

It can produce a range of graphs.  Such as:

  • Acceleration vs. time
  • Acceleration increment rate vs. time
  • Velocity vs. time
  • Displacement vs. time
  • Acceleration vs. time without offset nulling
  • Acceleration vs. time with offset nulling
  • Frequency of maximum harmonica vs. time
  • Maximum value vs. time
  • RMS vs. time
  • Offset vs. time
  • Temperature vs. time


Shock Recording Mode

The device will only record shock events that exceed the shock start level set by the user.  Recording ends automatically when the acceleration lowers to the shock end level.  The user can define time related parameters such as time, indent, interval between recordings, maximum capture and shock level for each individual axis.

It can produce a range of graphs.  Such as:

  • Acceleration vs. time
  • Temperature vs. time
  • Plot of events – a histogram displaying the maximum of shock vs. time
  • Graph of shock distributions – the graph shows the number of shocks against each amplitude range: 100 – 80 %, 80 – 60 %, 60 – 40 %, 40 – 20 %, 20 – 0 %
  • Maximum shock
  • Minimum shock


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