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  • Machine condition monitors

    The failure of pumps or compressors in the production can lead to considerable damage and production delays. Therefore, such aggregates are increasingly monitored continuously. A particularly economical solution to this problem is the vibration monitor SYN-CW219, which, together with a low-cost industrial ICP® vibration sensor, detects changes early, signals danger and notifies the higher-level system control. From the measured vibration signal, the RMS value of the vibration acceleration is determined according to ISO 10816-3 or the vibration velocity. At the same time, the SYN-CW219 detects the peak value of accelerations above an adjustable frequency and makes this signal as well as the RMS value available as a 4 ... 20 mA signal.

  • Low cost vibration sensors

    For permanent installation of sensor to the machinery and plant monitoring in the framework of preventive maintenance industrial ICP® are accelerometers used. It is characterized by rugged stainless steel case. The double-walled construction of sensor has ground an insulating effect and prevents signal distortion due to outher influences. For use in liquids or oils are transducer with dense, integrated connection cables available.

  • Low frequencies

    To monitor low-speed machines, such as fans in cooling towers, or to measure at bridges and structures, sensors with good low-frequency characteristics are needed. PCB Piezotronics offers industrial ICP® vibration sensors for measurements up to 0.1 Hz (Model PCB-601M51).

  • Multiple-axis sensors

    Using bi- or triaxial accelerometers, measurements can be performed in two or three spatial axes at one point. Biaxial sensors are mainly used to monitor bearings. The central through hole allows the cable to be aligned at any angle.

  • High sensitivity

    High sensitivity vibration sensors allow the measurement of small acceleration amplitudes. By using these sensors, for example, slowly rotating machines can be monitored or seismic measurements can be made in an industrial environment.

  • Wide measuring range

    In addition to the sensors typically used for industrial applications with a measuring range of 50 g, PCB Piezotronics also offers alternatives with a larger measuring range, which are used to measure high acceleration amplitudes in industrial environments.

  • High frequencies

    High-frequency sensors are used to measure high frequency components on high-speed machines, gearboxes, gears, etc. These are characterized by a small sensor mass and a high resonance frequency. This allows measurements up to well over 10 kHz despite the robust industrial housing.

  • Precision vibration sensors

    For use with data collectors and for general tasks in the context of condition monitoring, industrial ICP® precision sensors are suitable. They are characterized by a tight sensitivity tolerance of ± 5% and by their long-term stability. The double-walled sensor design has a mass-insulating effect and prevents signal distortion due to external influences. For use in liquids or oils, transducers with tight, integrated connecting cables are available.

  • Vibration transmitter 4... 20 mA

    Unlike ICP® sensors, vibration transmitters provide an output signal that can be processed directly by programmable logic controllers and process control systems. There are models with vibration acceleration, vibration velocity and vibration displacement output available. The model PCB-(M)649A04 is even programmable via USB and can be parameterised for various applications.

  • ATEX sensors

    For use in potentially explosive atmospheres, for example in chemical plants, the use of sensors with ATEX approval is mandatory. The sensors presented here are approved for use in EX zones in the European Union.
    Most models may also be used in the US, Canada and Russia.

  • Sensors with mining approval

    For the use of equipment and components in explosive areas in the mining environment, the ATEX Guidelines of the European Union prescribe a special mine approval. PCB therefore offers industrial vibration sensors with appropriate approval for mining applications.

  • Strain sensors

    By the action of vibrations or forces machine parts are stretched. If a measurement task seems insoluble at first glance, consideration of an indirect vibration or force measurement by means of strain sensors is often worthwhile. The new model PCB-RHM240M40 has been specially designed for use in industrial environments with a robust integrated cable.

  • Piston engines 4... 20 mA

    Although the trend analysis of all vibrations occurring is an excellent tool for assessing the condition of rotating machinery, it is only of limited use for monitoring piston engines. Since bumps generally result in only minimal changes in the overall vibration level signal, many errors are not detected at an early stage. Thus, irregularities are often diagnosed only when damage has been caused and it is too late for rapid relief. There are several flaws in piston engines that only marginally increase the overall vibration level signal before causing serious damage.
    The IMI Sensors' patented RMP transmitter, model PCB- (M) 649A01, is very sensitive to these faults early in their development.

  • bearing damage 4... 20 mA

    These vibration transmitters have been specially developed for monitoring bearings and gearboxes. They provide a 4 ... 20 mA output signal that can be processed by programmable logic controllers and process control systems.

  • Vibration switch

    The 686 Series vibration switches combine the reliability and durability of electronic switches with the ease of use and application of mechanical vibration switches. You do not need a separate power supply and no mechanical parts are needed to set the limit. The patented MAVT® process allows adjustment of the switching threshold during operation. The vibration switch can thus be installed on a running machine and set without switching off the machine to be monitored. Critical machines such as pumps, motors or fans can now be easily monitored without complex installation procedures.

  • Calibration equipment

    Hand calibrators allow on-site rapid function testing of the accelerometer and the subsequent measuring chain. The reference signal is a sine wave excitation at a frequency of 159 Hz at 1 g, optionally RMS or peak. For typical accelerometers the PCB-394C06 model is the right choice, for seismic or industrial transducers weighing up to 250 grams, the PCB-699A02 is available.
    A complete on-site calibration of accelerometers is provided by the portable, battery-powered TMS-9110D calibration system. It checks the frequency response of the sensors in the range of 7 Hz to 10 kHz and generates traceable calibration certificates. The TMS-9100D model is available as a low-priced alternative with reduced functionality.

  • Connection boxes

    Connection boxes are used when sensors are mounted on hard-to-reach measuring points and are not operated permanently. If required, the user can connect to the sensors via the BNC sockets if a measurement is imminent.
    The PCB-691A50 Series boxes can be sealed tight if no measurement is taken. They are available with up to twelve channels and are suitable for wall mounting. As an alternative, the miniature boxes of the PCB-691A51 series are available with up to four channels.

  • Supply/alarm

    Especially for industrial applications, PCB offers ICP® sensor supplies for DIN rail mounting. In addition to the pure sensor supply PCB-682A02, there are two transmitters available for the PCB-682B03 and PCB-682B05 models, which process the input signal for further processing in a programmable logic controller or a process control system.

  • Swing speed

    These ICP® vibration sensors deliver a vibration velocity signal despite the use of a long-lived piezoelectric sensor element. This is accomplished by extending the internal preamplifier electronics with an integrating circuit.

  • Sensors for food production (IP69K)

    IMI has developed a series of new ICP® Accelerometer Kits designed to meet the high hygienic requirements of food production. Cable and sensor are hermetically sealed and comply with the highest degree of protection IP69K. The sensors withstand water pressure of 1000psi at 60 ° C and can remain installed during the daily wash / sterilization cycle. This saves time and enables more consistent measurement data.

    - Smooth, corrosion-resistant stainless steel housing (304 or 316L)

    - Resistant to chemical solutions (e.g., chlorine) or acidic foods (e.g., tomato paste or ketchup)

    - Waterproof, hermetically sealed housing with welded seams

    - Available with M12 plug, MIL plug or integrated cable

    - Durable cables and connectors: PTFE sheathed cables and PPS connectors

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  • Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.5... 10,000 Hz, One-point calibration at 100 Hz, Integrated cable, length 3 m, ending on BNC connector Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.5... 10,000 Hz, One-point calibration at 100 Hz, Integrated cable, length 3 m, ending on BNC connector

  • Industrial vibration sensor with charge output, Continuous use temperature up to 260 ° C, Sensitivity 26 pC/g, Upper frequency limit 10,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector above Industrial vibration sensor with charge output, Continuous use temperature up to 260 ° C, Sensitivity 26 pC/g, Upper frequency limit 10,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector above

  • Industrial ICP®-miniature vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.8 … 20,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 10-32 female connector above Industrial ICP®-miniature vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.8 … 20,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 10-32 female connector above

  • Industrial ICP®-miniature vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.8 … 20,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 10-32 female connector on the side Industrial ICP®-miniature vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.8 … 20,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 10-32 female connector on the side

  • Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.2 … 10,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, Integrated cable, length 3 m, ending on cut end Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.2 … 10,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, Integrated cable, length 3 m, ending on cut end

  • Vibration transmitter with power output according to the peak value of vibration speed, measuring range 0 … 50.8 mm / s, output range 4 … 20 mA, frequency range 3 … 1,000 Hz, integrated Connection cable, length 3 m, ending on cut end Vibration transmitter with power output according to the peak value of vibration speed, measuring range 0 … 50.8 mm / s, output range 4 … 20 mA, frequency range 3 … 1,000 Hz, integrated Connection cable, length 3 m, ending on cut end

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