Vibration Sensor Helps to Prevent Critical Equipment Failure

Vibration Sensor Helps to Prevent Critical Equipment Failure

Acting as an early detector of problems that cause equipment failure, Sensaphone’s latest vibration sensor can be permanently mounted on equipment to continuously monitor vibration velocity and detect unusual conditions. The sensor provides constant real-time data to an accompanying Sensaphone monitoring device, which sends an immediate alert to designated personnel when vibration levels fall out of range. The sensor is compatible with all Sensaphone monitoring devices that accept a 4- to 20-mA input. The sensor monitors the vibration velocity on a non-rotating surface and conforms to ISO 10816 guidelines for mechanical vibration. Features include a simple two-wire installation, easy configuration with no software required, IP 67/68 /69K ratings, and an optional magnetic mounting foot.

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