Sound Camera SeeSV-S205 shows the squeak and rattle noise of a dashboard. The dashboard is on a low noise shaker to simulate rough road condition. Random and single frequency vibration were induced. SeeSV-S205 is a real-time handheld sound camera which implements FPGA-based high speed beamforming technology. SeeSV-S205 is developed for Buzz, Squeak and Rattle (BSR) noise source detection as well as Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) source visualization. It displays transient noise effectively due to its high image per second update rate. The unique design of SeeSV-S205 makes measuring sound easy.
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