The Iris MX™ Motion Amplification Camera from RDI Technologies expands upon its revolutionary Iris M™ product to open up the world of Motion Amplification™ to high-speed applications. Like the Iris M™, the Iris MX™ utilizes the millions of pixels in today’s modern cameras to measure deflection, displacement, movement, and vibration not visible to the human eye. The Iris M™ covers a wide range of faults in machine condition monitoring but with the addition of the Iris MX™, we have you covered no matter what the speed of your machine.
The latest Iris MX™ add-on high speed camera
There is no doubt Iris M™ Motion Amplification system has been a game changing technology in the field of Condition Monitoring. Stuart Walker recently met up with Jeff Hay CEO of RDI Technologies Inc. in Knoxville Tennessee. In this interview they discuss the benefits of the latest add-on high speed camera to the Iris family, RDI Technologies Iris MX™.
Enables a dramatic visualization of the movement. Motion Amplification™ is a proprietary video processing technique that detects subtle displacement and then converts that movement to a level visible with the naked eye.
Enhances the understanding of the components and interrelationships creating the movement and provides a communication tool for technical and non-technical resources.
Measures and quantifies mechanical or structural assets that an iris camera can see with the same accuracy as a contacting displacement sensor.
Allows you to filter your data and visualize movement at specific frequencies to find the real source of a problem and position your team to fix it.
Displacement and Frequency Measurement
This software module allows you to draw regions of interest and return a time waveform and spectrum in both the horizontal and vertical directions from those locations. Also included are new features in the acquisition software that assist in making measurements designed for displacement.
Frequency Based Filtering
The Iris MX™ allows users to isolate individual frequencies in RDI’s Motion Amplification™ software. Combinations of filters can be applied to isolate multiple frequencies. Filtering is performed graphically by the user through a color-coded spectrum. The spectrum represents the displacement for a region of interest in the video data. Simply drag the cursor representing a filter’s cutoff frequency on the spectrum to apply the filters to any frequency.
This application allows you to manage all of your Motion Amplification™ data from one place. You will now be able to preview your recordings before opening them, organize your data in a hierarchical structure, and associated files such as PDFs and MP4s with your recordings.
Case 1 – High Frequency Pipework problem corrected
Last updated: 7th December 2023