QuickStart Guides

Getting Started with Windows 7/8

  1. Plug the Smart Sensor (333D01) into a USB port on your PC.
  1. Windows should automatically detect and install the device drivers. A notification will populate in the lower right-hand corner. Sometimes the notification will not populate, don’t worry. The drivers will still be installed automatically.
  1. Right-click on the speaker icon in the notification tray.
  1. Select “Recording Devices” from the menu.
  1. Clicking on “Recording Devices” will open up the Sound Menu. There will be a new “Microphone” there labeled “333D01 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX” where X will be numbers specific to your sensor.

  1. Click the device in the Sound Menu, which will highlight it. Then click the “Set Default” button near the bottom to set the sensor as the default recording device so that it will remain active. There should be a green check mark next to the name of the microphone. (You can tap the sensor at this point and there should be activity in the amplitude meter.)
  1. Next, click the “Properties” button next to the “Set Default” button.
  1. Select the “Advanced” tab under Microphone Properties.
  1. Select a sample rate of 48,000 Hz and 24 bit (Studio Quality).
  1. Save these settings by clicking the “OK” button until the windows are all closed.
  1. Use the application of your choice to measure the sensor’s input. For a list of applications visit our Software page.

*For more information on how to attach the sensor to your test object, an overview of mounting techniques can be found here.

Getting Started with iOS

Disclaimer: While Digiducer-Inc endeavors to maintain the validity of the information stated on this website, Digiducer-Inc makes no claims, or guarantees about the compatibility or utilization of these cables, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions. The user should always reference the manual provided for their device from the manufacturer. The cables shown below are for reference purposes only. Other third-party cables have also been shown to work, however, with varying success rates.

Things you will need:

1. One of the following cables from Apple, depending on your device.

Lightning to USB Camera Adaptor 

(MD821AM/A)
Buy it online.

(MK0W2)
Buy it online.

30-pin to USB Adaptor

Currently discontinued from Apple.
Check your favorite consumer electronic supplier.

2. An application that allows the recording of vibration or sound.

A compiled list of applications can be found on our Software page.

Getting Started:

1. Using the appropriate adaptor, plug it into your device.
2. Connect the 333D01 ICPD USB Accelerometer into the Type A Female USB port.
3. Open any app that allows the recording of vibration or sound.
4. Start recording data.

iPhone connected to TMS Portable Vibration Calibrator 
using Faber Acoustics' SignalScope Pro for iOS.

Getting Started with Android

 

Things you will need:

  • An application that allows the recording of vibration or sound.In order to get you started we have compiled a list of applications on our Software page.
  • One of the following cables depending on your device:
    Disclaimer: While Digiducer-Inc endeavors to maintain the validity of the information stated on this website, Digiducer-Inc makes no claims, or guarantees about the compatibility or utilization of third-party cables, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions. The user should always reference the manual provided for their device from the manufacturer. The cables shown below are for reference purposes only.

    Getting Started:

    1. Using the appropriate adaptor, plug it into your device.
    2. Connect the 333D01 ICPD USB Accelerometer into the Type A Female USB port.
    3. Open any app that allows the recording of vibration or sound. A list of apps have been provided for your convenience on our Software page.
    4. Start recording data.

    *For more information on how to attach the sensor to your test object, an overview of mounting techniques can be found here.

    Getting Started with Mac OS X

    1. Plug the 333D01 Smart Sensor into a USB port on you Mac.
    1. Click on the Apple symbol in the navigation bar on the left.
    1. Select "About This Mac" from the drop-down menu.
    1. The "About This Mac" menu will pop up after being selected. Click the "More Info..." button which will give you more details about your computer.
    1. From this more extensive "About This Mac" menu, choose the "System Report..." button.
    1. On this menu, find USB under the "Hardware" list, and select it. On the right in the main window under "USB Device Tree" you should see your sensor.
    1. Use the application of your choice to measure the sensor’s input. For a list of applications visit our Software page.

    *For more information on how to attach the sensor to your test object, an overview of mounting techniques can be found here.