The VR-24 is a Video NV recorder for automotive NVH testing which can record 2ch HD Video and Analog sensor signals along with CAN, GPS and Pulse data in perfect sync.
TEAC provides this highly functional Video NV Recorder at a cost-effective price.
The VR-24 is an ideal standalone data recorder for finished vehicle testing, NVH claim management and quality assurance tests.
Portable for field use
Small & lightweight design makes it easier to carry.
Soft carrying case is available as an option.
Easy to Use
Easy to Set Up
All settings menu can be reached from Top menu and it is easy to realize what you need to change.
Icons for each setting menu are grouped and lined.
Top page shows the most of configurations.
It allows you to see current configuration and status such as remaining recording time.
Large 5.7 inch touch panel allows intuitive operation in the filed.
Recorded video and data can be reviewed on this screen.
Easy to Connect
Accelerometer and Microphone can be connected directly to VR-24 unit.
These transducers are operated by supplying constant current from VR-24 unit.
Additional amplifiers are not required.
Easy to REC
When recording on the same settings, simply press the record button
and the unit will go into 'Recording Stand-by' mode.
Easy to PLAYBACK
Choose the ICON to view and Press FWD button to playback the latest data
High Frequency Bandwidth
Over audible range 40ｋHz bandwidth allows to record variety of NVH signals correctly.
Two channels Digital Video signals and Four channels analog signals from
Low frequency vibration to High frequency Noise can be recorded by only one unit.
Fulfill increasing demands for high frequency noise measurements on
EV / HEV and turbo chargers that are required when downsizing engines.
STANDALONE, All-In-One, Full Synchronization
No PC required to record Video, Analog, CAN, GPS and Pulse simultaneously with
one standalone recorder. All Necessary signals for AUTOMOTIVE NVH TESTING
including HD VIDEO input can be recorded with full synchronization.
All input signals can be recorded with full synchronization!!