Sensonics Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS



New portable meter makes vibration monitoring easy.

Sensonics has introduced Vib-Check, a new pocket-size, battery
operated vibration meter complete with a hand held accelerometer
probe for the monitoring of virtually all rotating machinery such as
fans, centrifuges, motors, pumps, conveyors, etc.

With a competitive price of £395 for the complete kit, Vib-Check is easy
to use and is ideal as an entry level instrument. With its simple three button
controls, it requires no complicated training in its use and can be effectively
used by any maintenance facilities personnel.

It meets vibration management routines in accordance with ISO2372, and
its portability encourages regular monitoring of vibration levels on machinery
around the factory. This increases the likelihood of a successful condition
monitoring programme being maintained.

Vib-Check measures vibration as acceleration from 0 to 20g, or velocity from
0 to 50 mm/S (True RMS) by selection of the tactile switches, with level values
displayed on the 31/2 digit LCD readout. Its frequency range covers 10 Hz. to
1 kHz. and accuracy is 0.1 mm/S.

The unit also has a built-in accelerometer checking facility and is powered by
a standard PP3 9V battery with a typical life of 30 to 50 hours.

The complete kit includes the meter, a hand-held probe with spike,
interconnecting cable, carrying case and a guide to vibration monitoring.

Options include: Cable - Coiled, armoured and different lengths.
Spike - different lengths of 25, 100 and 200mm.
Adaptors/Studs - threaded or bondable, Quicklock or magnetic mounts.

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For more information, please contact:-

Technical & Enquiries
Sensonics Ltd.
Northbridge Road, Berkhamsted, HP4 1EF. UK
Tel: +44(0) 1442-876833  Fax: +44(0) 1442-876477
Email: sales@sensonics.co.uk  Website: www.sensonics.net

April 2000

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