The new, lower-cost 786V velocity sensor captures the frequency range of most common machine faults, in a lighter-weight, more compact housing than legacy velocity sensors.
With a wide frequency response range (1-12,000 Hz at +/- 3dB), the 786V can capture signs of the most common developing faults - imbalance, misalignment, looseness - on rotating machines. A 100 mV/in/sec sensitivity and +/-5% sensitivity tolerance make for excellent measurement accuracy, and the sensor's rugged design ensures long-term reliability in industrial installations.
The new 786V provides a broader frequency response, tighter sensitivity tolerance, higher vibration limit, and a more compact size than the legacy 793V sensor, at a significantly lower cost.
|Sensitivity tolerance (±)||10%||5%|
|Velocity range (in/sec peak)||50||50|
|Frequency response (Hz, ±10%)||3-3,500||2-6,000|
|Frequency response (Hz, ±3dB)||2.5-7,000||1-12,000|
|Resonance frequency (kHz)||15||30|
|Transverse sensitivity||5% max||5% max|
|Broadband noise (µin/sec)||100||2,050|
|Spectral noise 10 Hz (µin/sec/√Hz)||10||250|
|Spectral noise 100 Hz (µin/sec/√Hz)||1||12|
|Spectral noise 1,000 Hz (µin/sec/√Hz)||0.2||5|
|Output impedance, nominal (Ω)||200||200|
|Bias Output Voltage (VDC)||10||12|
|Temperature Range (°C)||-50 to 120°C||-50 to 120°C|
|Vibration Limit (g)||250||500|
|Shock Limit (g)||5,000||5,000|
|Case material||316L stainless steel||316L stainless steel|
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