Accelerometer Monitors Rotating Machinery

May 1, 2001
Designed for use in monitoring rotating machinery vibration, the Model 602C01 industrial accelerometer boasts of a small size and through-hole mounting, making installation of the sensor possible in areas where larger, top-connector-type units won't

Designed for use in monitoring rotating machinery vibration, the Model 602C01 industrial accelerometer boasts of a small size and through-hole mounting, making installation of the sensor possible in areas where larger, top-connector-type units won't fit. The accelerometer also has a stainless steel housing, with two-pin military style connector and a wide operating temperature range, helping the sensor to stand up to the rigors of harsh industrial environments. Additional features include 360° cable orientation, 100 mV/g sensitivity, and 26 to 480k cpm frequency range. The sensor is said to be ideal for use in performing predictive maintenance and condition-based monitoring of bearings, gears, motors, pumps and compressors.

Company: INDUSTRIAL MONITORING INSTRUMENTATION - Division of PCB Piezotronics Inc.

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