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Intrinsically Safe dual-output accelerometer and temperature sensor, 100 mV/g, low profile

Model 787T-IS

Intrinsically Safe certified accelerometer and temperature sensor; general purpose accelerometer, sensitivity 100 mV/g; temperature sensor, sensitivity 10 mV/C; low profile with side exit, 3-pin MIL-C-5015-style connector; case isolated

Dual-output sensors measure both vibration and temperature, providing more data from one sensor to simplify your condition monitoring setup. Dual-output sensors are useful in applications where users want to know the temperature at the mounting locations.

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.

Circular seal with yellow star in the middle with the words Lifetime Warranty

Accelerometer and temperature sensor features

  • Senses both acceleration and temperature
  • Certified for use in Class I Division 1 and Zone 0 / Zone 1 hazardous areas
  • Excellent broadband frequency response
  • Rugged design
  • Hermetic seal
  • ESD protection

Included accessories

  • 1/4-28 captive screw

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Specifications

PARAMETER VALUE
Sensor output Dynamic vibration + temperature (3-wire sensor)
Sensitivity 100 mV/g
Sensitivity tolerance ±5 %
Frequency response (±3 dB) 0.5 - 10,000 Hz
Mounting Thread 1/4-28 UNF tapped hole
Connector style MIL-C-5015, 3-pin
Connector orientation Side exit
Full-scale range 80 g peak
Resonance frequency 22 kHz
Temperature range -50°C to +120°C
Weight 145 grams
Hazardous area approvals Class I, Div 1 Groups A, B, C, D; Class I Zone 0 / Zone 1

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