Excellence is personal

MECALC was founded on the desire to do things differently, cleverly and with better results.

Since 1984 MECALC has designed, developed and manufactured advanced data acquisition and control systems. Driven to position ourselves at the forefront of new development and thinking, we design systems used to optimise noise, vibration and structural integrity in prototype or quality control testing in markets where exceptional development and production quality are essential.




Our advanced compact and highly integrated acquisition and control systems measure and output precise, high-speed analog and digital signals. Both standard and complex multi-channel tasks are addressed by the same Modular platform, which can be freely configured as small troubleshooting solutions or large distributed systems.

QuantusSeries Products

In 2019 QuantusSeries was launched as a range of open and connected instruments which can interface with any software platform. With over 20 signal conditioning Modules, QuantusSeries is a solution for mobile and laboratory applications.

In partnership with Müller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme, the PAK MKII has been sold to world leaders in markets where exceptional development and production quality are essential.
Visit Müller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme for more information.


MECALC’s commitment to the highest quality at every stage of a product’s life has led us to develop our own automated calibration and testing system to fully test and/or calibrate the scope of our products.

ISO 17025 accredited and designed to ensure products generate accurate and repeatable results over time, our calibration system has been designed to test a wide variety of hardware features – significantly more than most calibration laboratories – on our highly complex products. Ensuring efficiency and consistency through the use of tailored equipment operated by Product Experts, a MECALC calibration leads to faster and more efficient results than third party vendors.

Our Foundation: Fearless Innovation

What started out as a research initiative at the University of Pretoria in the 1980s became a group of innovative engineers advancing and improving on the latest technological trends. Led by Dr Gilmer Klintworth, MECALC has become one of the foremost designers and manufacturers of data acquisition systems in the world, crucial to markets where exceptional development and production quality are essential.

MECALC’s commitment to the highest possible level of creativity, appropriateness, quality, performance and style leads us to continually invest in our world leading team. Today this team consists of around 100 people, of which around 30 are electronic, computer and mechanical engineers, all focused on producing leading technology.

To date, we have over 150,000 ICP® voltage, temperature, strain, fatigue and sound channels predominantly used in space, aerospace, consumer, precision equipment, power and process, automotive and education/research industries which need to measure dynamic data. With over 10,000 multi-channel systems sold, we rank among the best in the world.

The difference is us.

From conceptualisation to calibration, it's all us.

Along with our Research and Development Division, our in-house Electronic and Mechanical manufacturing equipment allow us to maintain our very high-quality standard and manufacture prototypes at short notice. Additionally, from conceptualising a product to performing internationally accredited ISO 17025 calibrations, we truly provide the full solution, ensuring confidence in your measurement results.

Charged to innovate, we're inspired to create products for those who are as passionate about creating theirs.

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MECALC Over the Years

It takes years to be an overnight success. Read more about how MECALC has been creating innovative, high quality systems for over 3 decades. Find out more here.


Research, Design, Development and Production

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