VR24 is a portable data recorder from TEAC. It allows simultaneous acquisition of analog, CAN, pulse, GPS and Video data. Analog bandwidth is up to 40 kHz. Video with two cameras sampling up to 100 frames per second.

Using VR24 data recorder together with RT-View real time analysis for sound measurement

System configuration


RT-View is a simple to use real time analysis tool for VR24 data recorder. While VR24 is recording data in the background RT-View displays the incomming data in several modes. It allows various trigger options. Eight cursors and advanced zoom methods are supported. Any calculation, display setting or number of views can be altered in real time. RT-View uses a simple human interface (optimized for touch panels) without nested dialogs. In nearly all cases RT-View uses one button for one function. Up to 2 diagrams with selectable functionality are available.

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RT-View video tutorials

First steps into RT-View

Using cursors


Load and save configurations

Using auto trigger

Using manual trigger

Using FFT (Fast Frequency Transform)

Using PSD (Power Spectrum [Density]

Using FRF (Frequency Response Function)

Setting reference for logarithmic

Using COH (Coherence)

Using CCR (Cross Correlation)

Using ACR (Auto correlation)

Using Spectrogram

Using sound analysis

Using Digital multimeter