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Portable Calibration from 7Hz - 10kHz the 9100D from PCB®

The 9100D is an ideal tool for checking accelerometers, velocity transducers and proximity probes over a wide frequency and amplitude range in the field.

With a simple user interface, the unit provides a compact vibration reference source that can validate an entire channel of transducers through measurement, monitoring or recording systems. Packaged in a lightweight, heavy-duty Pelican Storm Case, the 9100D is ready for travel without the need for an additional transportation case.

The 9100D incorporates a built-in sine wave generator, power amplifier, electro-dynamic shaker, NIST traceable reference accelerometer and digital display. The integral quartz reference accelerometer provides measurement stability, while the shaker table is built with robust carbon fibre composite armature flexure supports that can take a payload of upto 800gms. The 9100D has a battery life of up to 18hrs and gives closed loop level control for vibration calibration from 7Hz to 10kHz depending on test mass.


About PCB Piezotronics
PCB Piezotronics is a world leader in the manufacture of piezoelectric quartz sensors, accelerometers and associated electronics for the measurement of dynamic pressure, force and vibration. The company's ICP® sensors incorporating microelectronic signal conditioning circuitry within the sensor housing are an industry standard and their widespread popularity has made PCB Piezotronics an enduring success worldwide. The company's mission statement - Total Customer Satisfaction - is not only supported by products that offer outstanding value but also by an industry exclusive Lifetime Warranty Plus.
PCB and ICP are registered trademarks of PCB Group, Inc.

For more information, please contact :-

PCB Piezotronics Ltd.
Tel: +44(0)1462 429710
Fax: +44(0)1462 429798
Email:
ukinfo@pcb.com
Website:
www.pcbsensors.co.uk

February 2012

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