Small designs with convincing data for modal analysis, structure analysis, and monitoring
The demand for ever smaller and lighter sensors in measurement technology is growing continuously. The need for accelerometers for medium and high frequencies in particular has increased significantly. Bay SensorTec therefore relies on quartz technology for measurements at high frequencies. The charge-enhanced, very small and particularly lightweight IEPE sensors are ideal for measuring vibrations and oscillations due to their insensitivity to disturbance variables.
They are a perfect addition to the Bay SensorTec portfolio.
IEPE (Integrated Electronics Piezo Electric) sensors by Bay SensorTec are easy to mount due to their compact cube or cuboid shape. The new triaxial sensors have proven themselves especially for recording measurement data in structure and modal analysis. With this model, too, Bay SensorTec is once again demonstrating its competence in terms of quality, reliability, and versatility of its vibration and oscillation sensors.
The facts and figures of the new triaxial accelerometers in small format by Bay SensorTec speak for themselves:
Weighing only 6 grams or 11 grams, respectively, the Mini IEPE sensors cover a measuring range of 55 g - 550 g, generate a signal output of 10 mV/g and 100 mV/g, and require a constant current of between 2 mA and 20 mA. Their recommended application range is between -40° C and 120° C ambient temperature.
A classic application for the triaxial IEPE quartz sensor by Bay SensorTec is modal analysis. The compact and robust vibration sensor can display the dynamic behavior especially of small components in the middle and higher frequency range up to more than 10 kHz with hardly any interference. With its low susceptibility to interference, it is ideally suited for vibration control and monitoring. The triaxial IEPE sensor, to which a robust PUR cable can be connected at the side, also provides reliable results in structural analysis.
It is optionally available with a TEDS module.
|Modell||Effective direction||Measuring ranges||Sensitivity||Material||Temperature range||Data sheet|
|903||triaxial||55g and 550g||10mV/g to 100mV/g||Aluminium||-30° to 100°C|
|963||triaxial||55g and 550g||10mV/g to 100mV/g||Aluminium||-40° to 120°C|