993B-7-M12 triaxial vibration sensorMeggitt’s new 993B-7-M12 triaxial vibration sensor features a removable cable, improved in-band signal fidelity and a 50 percent increase in dynamic range. According to the company, the sensor is further characterized by:

  • The M12 connector, which enables an upgrade to the external case, resulting in a thicker shell and better resistance to impact.
  • Suitability for both route-based and permanent-mount applications.
  • Three general purpose 100 mV/g vibration sensors with ±10 percent sensitivity tolerance.
  • The option of being paired with a removable, flexible cable, which can be assembled with an assortment of connectors including BNC, Turck, 11-pin Fischer and 4-pin Bendix.
  • In permanent mounting applications, having a removable cable and captive mounting screw can accommodate cable runs from any angle.
  • Another benefit of the removable cable is that severed cables no longer mean sensor replacement.
  • A broad frequency range from 2 to 10,000 Hz on the Z axis, and 2 to 7,000 Hz on the X and Y axes.
  • Each channel of the 993B-7-M12 has improved amplifiers to minimize the influence of out of band signals, thereby minimizing sensor overload, a condition which renders sensor data unusable.
  • Increased speed of data collection and inherently consistent outputs.
  • For in-field vibration analysis, it is compatible with most field analyzers and eliminates the need for extensive wiring.
  • Suitability for the harshest industrial environments.
  • Follows the hermetically sealed, ESD protected and EMI/RFI shielded format that has made Wilcoxon Research sensors the standard in many plants worldwide.
  • Reverse wire protection comes standard to protect the internal circuit from failure, should the input power be misconnected.
  • Perfect for monitoring most industrial rotating equipment including fans, blowers, pumps, compressors, chillers, gearboxes, mixers and motors.
  • Continuous vibration monitoring is easily implemented with the full range of Wilcoxon Research accelerometers.