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Extech 4-Channel Vibration Meter/Datalogger with Sensors

Extech 4-Channel Vibration Meter/Datalogger with Sensors

Description

The Extech 4-Channel Vibration Meter and Datalogger includes remote sensors with magnetic adapters on 39" (1m) cable.

Features

  • Meets ISO2954 standard
  • Wide frequency range of 10Hz to 1kHz
  • RMS or peak value measurement modes
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The Extech 4-Channel Vibration Meter/Datalogger simultaneously displays four readings recorded from the 4 remote vibration sensors with magnetic adapter on the 39" (1m) cable. Selectable data sampling rates go from 1 to 3600 seconds. The datalogger date/time stamps and stores readings on an SD card for easy transfer to a PC.

Applications for industrial vibration monitoring include:

  • Motors, bearings
  • Fans
  • Pumps
  • Rotating machinery
  • Plant maintenance
Notable Specifications:
  • Acceleration: 656ft/s2, 200m/s2, 20.39g (peak)
  • Velocity: 7.87in/s, 200mm/s, 19.99cm/s (peak)
  • Displacement: 0.078in, 2mm (peak-to-peak)
  • Resolution: 1ft/s2, 0.1m/s2, 0.01g; 0.01in/s, 0.1mm/s, 0.01cm/s; 0.001in, 0.001mm
  • Basic accuracy: +/-(5%+2 digits)
  • Memory: 20M data records using 2G SD card
  • Dimensions: 8x3x1.5" (203x76x38mm)
  • Weight: 1.13lbs (515g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Vibration meter/datalogger
  • (4) Remote sensors with magnetic mounts
  • (1) 2GB SD card
  • (8) AA batteries
  • (1) 100-240V universal AC adaptor
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech 4-Channel Vibration Meter/Datalogger with Sensors VB500 4-channel vibration meter/datalogger with (4) remote sensors
$3899.00
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