Hansford Sensors Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
New Hansford sensor offers triaxial functionality
Hansford Sensors has launched a new triaxial accelerometer, enabling three axes to be read simultaneously. The new HS-109 Series vibration sensor comes complete with the established and proven M12 connector and is designed to be used both offline and as a permanently mounted sensor on industrial machinery.
Because the HS-109 allows three axes to be read simultaneously, measurement time can be reduced and this functionality can be supplied with a variety of different sensitivities to suit a variety of applications. The HS-109 can be used within offline applications using commercially available data collectors and also in online monitoring systems across a range of industries, including Building Services, Civil Engineering, Paper and Pulp, Mining, Metals Manufacture, Utilities, Automotive, Water and Waste Treatment, Pharmaceutical and Aerospace.
The capability of the HS-109 sensor to serve this range of applications stems not only from its functionality but also its robust, resilient design. Protected by a stainless steel casing, the HS-109 can function within an operating temperature range of -55 to 140 ºC and is sealed to an ingress protection level of IP67. The HS-109 is therefore well designed to monitor a range of machinery, including fans, motors, pumps, compressors, centrifuges, conveyers, air handling units, gearboxes, rolls, dryers, presses, cooling, HVAC, spindles, machine tooling and process equipment.
About Hansford Sensors Ltd
Hansford Sensors Ltd specialise in the design and manufacture of accelerometers for monitoring vibration and temperature levels of industrial machinery, playing a key part in the role of predictive maintenance. Products include intrinsically safe models for approved use in Group I (Mining) and Group II (Petrochemical). Hansford Sensors Ltd also supply multi-sensor switch boxes, vibration sensor modules, portable vibration meters, accessories for sensors, vibration condition monitoring protection systems and custom built vibration sensors.
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