Accelerometer and temperature sensor, general purpose accelerometer sensitivity 100 mV/g (±5%), temperature sensitivity 10 mV/C, top exit 3-pin MIL-C-5015-style connector, case isolated
Dual-output accelerometer and temperature sensors measure both vibration and temperature, providing more data from one sensor to simplifying your condition monitoring setup. Dual-output sensors are useful in applications such as paper machines, where users want to know the temperature at the mounting locations in the dryer section.
Temperature is measured by an integrated circuit chip that produces a DC output voltage signal. The signal changes by 10 millivolts per degree Celsius. A one degree Celsius change infers a 10 mV voltage difference where the reference temperature 0º Celsius. As an example, at a temperature of 110ºC the DC temperature signal would be 1.10 Volts DC.
|Sensor output||Dynamic vibration (IEPE)|
|Accelerometer sensitivity||100 mV/g|
|Sensitivity tolerance||±5 %|
|Temperature sensor sensitivity||10 mV/C|
|Frequency response, ±3dB||0.5 Hz - 12,000 Hz|
|Mounting Thread||1/4-28 tapped hole|
|Connector style||MIL-C-5015, 3-pin|
|Connector orientation||Top exit|
|Full-scale range||80 g peak|
|Resonance frequency||30 kHz|
|Temperature range||-50°C to +120°C|
|Hazardous area approvals||Non-approved|
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