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IMI Sensors launches New High Temperature Products
Designed for Demanding Measurement and Monitoring Requirements
IMI Sensors, manufacturer of industrial vibration monitoring instrumentation, announced the release of several new products designed for use in high temperature applications.
Model 176A02 Extreme Temperature Pressure Sensor- Model 176A02 is a differential charge pressure sensor for 1200 °F (649 °C) environments that offers a sensitivity of 6.0 pC/psi and a measurement range of 725 psi peak. The sensor includes UHT-12 elements housed in a hazardous area approved Nickel 600 housing with an integral 10 foot MI hardline cable and 7/16-27 2-pin connector.
Models 357D92 and 357D93 Extreme Temperature Accelerometers- Models 357D92 and 357D93 are two single-ended charge accelerometers for 1200 °F (649 °C) environments that offer a sensitivity of 2.3 pC/g and a measurement range of ±1000 g peak. Designed with UHT-12 elements, the sensors have a Nickel 600 housing with an integral 10 foot hardline cable and 10-32 jack connector.
Model EX682A40 DIN Rail Differential Charge Amplifier- Model EX682A40 is a DIN rail-mounted model that offers a sensitivity of 10 mV/pC and an input range of ±250 pC. Approved for use in hazardous areas, the model can be used with differential charge pressure or vibration sensors to convert the incoming differential charge signal into a voltage output.
Models 421A30, 421A31 and 421A3X Differential Charge Amplifiers- Models 421A30 are pre-configured to be used with differential charge pressure sensors and have a sensitivity of 20.6 mV/pC and an input range of ±242 pC. Models 421A31 are pre-configured to be used with differential charge accelerometers with a sensitivity of 10 mV/pC and an input range of ±500 pC. Model 421A3X is a configurable model that can be used with differential charge pressure or vibration sensors. All three models can convert an incoming differential charge signal into a current or voltage output.
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