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Products/Industrial Supplies /Measurement & Meter/Model no.: CJVBProduct keywords: Vibration Sensor,Vibrating SensorPlace of origin: ChinaBrand Name: CJPrice Terms: EXWMinimum Orders: 0Payment Terms: T/TProduct description: Discription: CJVB all-in-one vibration sensor integrates piezoelectric acceleration sensor with precision measuring circuit that composes high precision vibration measure system. The sensor can connect with DCS, PLC or other equioment directly. It is ideal for measuring vibration of fan, motor, water pump factory equipment etc. Features: Wide measure range All material is Stainless steel Various port type Protection Grade: IP65 Performance Parameters: Frequency Response: 5-1000Hz Natural Frequency of Vibration: 10Hz Measurement Range: Displacement Range: 0-200um, 0- 500um, 0-1000um (opitional) Speed Range: 0-10.0mm/s,0-20.0mm/s, 0-100.0mm/s (optional) Working Voltage: 24V DC Output Currency: 4-20mA Output Impedance: ≤500 Signal line Specification: wires (DV24V power supply&4-20mA output uses these 2 wires together) 3 wires (earth wire, power supply wire, output wire) Max Acceleration: 10g Measurement Direction: vertical or horizontal Working Ambient: Temperature: -40C to 85C, Relative humidity ≤90% Size: φ4580(mm) Weight: 450g Thread: M101.5 Protection Grade: IP65

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