Vibration Transmitters commonly use current loop output, an analog signal which is compatible with most meters and data analyzers. Current loop transmitters typically operate over the 4-20 mA or 10-50 mA range. A 4-20 mA loop establishes a 4 mA output as "off" (in this case "no vibration") and 20 mA as "maximum load." When no vibration is detected, the transmitter transmits a constant 4 mA current. When a vibration sensor or accelerometer detects vibration, it relays the vibration reading to the transmitter, which then alters its output to a current value proportional to the vibration reading it received.
Accelerometer Vibration Sensor
An accelerometer is a device that measures the vibration, or acceleration of motion of a structure. The force caused by vibration or a change in motion (acceleration) causes the mass to "squeeze" the piezoelectric material which produces an electrical charge that is proportional to the force exerted upon it.
RTD Temperature Sensor
RTDs - or Resistance Temperature Detectors - are temperature sensors that contain a resistor that changes resistance value as its temperature changes. They have been used for many years to measure temperature in laboratory and industrial processes, and have developed a reputation for accuracy, repeatability, and stability.
Shaft Displacement Sensor
Eddy-current transducers that are used for measuring Shaft Vibration, Axial Position, Rotating Speed and Phase Mark (Phase Reference) from small rotating machinery to large critical machinery such as turbines and compressors in plants. These have environment friendly design that have become the concern for all
Field Configurable for Acceleration, Velocity or Displacement range
Single / Dual Channel
Independent Alarms / Trip settings
RS485 Serial Modbus Interface
Output - 4xRelays, 2x4-20mA Isolated, Averaging, Hysteresis, Alarm / Trip delay
Field / Panel mount transmitter
Input - Accelerometer / Velometer / Eddy – Current probe
Fully Programmable (Micro-processor based)
ID/ FD/ PA Fans