Low outgassing vibration measurements in vacuum are...

Low outgassing

Vibration measurements in a vacuum are fundamentally unproblematic - assuming correct sensor selection! Crucial for the applicability of a sensor under vacuum conditions are two criteria: hermetic tightness of the sensor housing and the absence of strong outgassing components on sensor and cable.

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PCB-357A07

  • Miniature vibration sensor with charge output,
  • Low outgassing
  • Mass 0.96 gram,
  • Continuous use temperature up to 260 ° C,
  • Measuring range 2,000 g
  • Sensitivity 1.7 pC/g,
  • Upper frequency limit 15,000 Hz,
  • M3 socket side,
  • Including connection cable, length 3 m,
    ending on 10-32 plug

    PCB-352M212

  • ICP®-miniature vibration sensor for vacuum applications,
  • Low outgassing
  • Measuring range 500 g
  • Sensitivity 10 mV / g,
  • Frequency range 0.5 … 10,000 Hz,
  • Mass 0.64 grams,
  • Integrated cable, length 3 m,
    ending on 10-32 plug

    PCB-352M208

  • ICP®-miniature vibration sensor for vacuum applications,
  • Low outgassing
  • Measuring range 500 g
  • Sensitivity 10 mV / g,
  • Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz,
  • Mass 0.7 grams,
  • Integrated cable, length 3 m,
    ending on 10-32 plug

    PCB-352M170

  • ICP® vibration sensor for vacuum applications,
  • Low outgassing
  • Measuring range 500 g
  • Sensitivity 10 mV / g,
  • Frequency range 1 … 10,000 Hz,
  • 10-32 female connector on the side

    PCB-352A57

    • ICP®-miniature vibration sensor,
    • Mass 1.3 grams.
    • With TEDS memory chip,.
    • Measuring range 2,000 g
    • Sensitivity 2.5 mV / g,.
    • Frequency range 0.5... 10,000 Hz,
    • 5-44 connector side,.
    • Suitable for vacuum applications
      (Special cables required, details on request)