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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  • Triaxial ICP® miniature vibration sensor for vacuum applications, Low outgassing,measuring range 1000 g, sensitivity 5 mV / g, frequency range 2 … 8,000 Hz, mass 1 gram, integrated cable, length 1.5 m, ending on 4 PIN Jack, including extension cable, length 6 meter, ending to three BNC Triaxial ICP® miniature vibration sensor for vacuum applications, Low outgassing,measuring range 1000 g, sensitivity 5 mV / g, frequency range 2 … 8,000 Hz, mass 1 gram, integrated cable, length 1.5 m, ending on 4 PIN Jack, including extension cable, length 6 meter, ending to three BNC

  • Triaxial ICP® miniature vibration sensor for vacuum applications, Low outgassing Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 7,000 Hz, Weight 4 grams, Integrated connection cable, length 1.5 m, ending on 4-pin female connector, including extension cable, length 1.5 m, ending to three BNC Triaxial ICP® miniature vibration sensor for vacuum applications, Low outgassing Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 7,000 Hz, Weight 4 grams, Integrated connection cable, length 1.5 m, ending on 4-pin female connector, including extension cable, length 1.5 m, ending to three BNC

  • Triaxialer ICP® vibration sensor for vacuum applications, Low outgassing Measuring range 5 g, Sensitivity 1,000 mV / g, Frequency range 0.5 … 3,000 Hz, 4-pin female connector on the side Triaxialer ICP® vibration sensor for vacuum applications, Low outgassing Measuring range 5 g, Sensitivity 1,000 mV / g, Frequency range 0.5 … 3,000 Hz, 4-pin female connector on the side

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