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.

High frequencies  There are 4 items.

Show 1 - 4 of 4 articles
  • Industrial ICP®-miniature vibration sensor, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 1.6 … 30,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 5-44 female connector above Industrial ICP®-miniature vibration sensor, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 1.6 … 30,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 5-44 female connector above

  • Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 0.8 … 15,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector above Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 0.8 … 15,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector above

  • Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.8 … 15,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector above Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, Measurement range 50 g, Sensitivity 100 mV/g, Frequency range 0.8 … 15,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector above

  • Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, With through hole, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 0.53 … 16,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector on the side Industrial ICP® vibration sensor, With through hole, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 0.53 … 16,000 Hz, Frequency response calibration, 2-pin female connector on the side

Show 1 - 4 of 4 articles