Vibration Sensor Measures Three Axes Simultaneously.

Hansford Sensors’ HS-173 embarks as a compact and lightweight 100 m/Vg triaxial vibration sensor. The accelerometer is a side entry device that can be used in both on- and off-line applications and can measure vibration in three axes simultaneously. This makes it viable for use across a range of industries including process, mining and quarrying, automotive, paper, and metals manufacture.

 

Features include a transverse sensitivity of less than 5%, frequency response of 6 Hz to 6 kHz, an operating temperature range from -55ºC to +140ºC, a weight of 250g, and a stainless-steel case sealed to IP67. Installation is via a standard M12 connector. For more information, visit Hansford Sensors.

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