Vibration Instrumentation - Vibration Measurement - Vibraton Accelerometers Directory


The Vibration Instrumentation - Vibration Measurement - Vibraton Accelerometers Directory section from Process Controls and Instrumentation Buyers Guide is a comprehensive directory resource.

The Vibration Instrumentation - Vibration Measurement - Vibraton Accelerometers Directory offers a wide variety of vibration instrumentation for vibration measurement from industry leading manufacturers and suppliers to match your unique positioning needs.

 

Examiner 1000 Vibration Meter

The Examiner 1000 is designed for ease-of-use in condition-based maintenance programs. It is the ideal tool to begin a Predictive Maintenance Program or to add into an existing World-Class Maintenance Program with FFT data collectors and Analysis Software.

Vibration Stroboscope Vibration Strobe

The Vibration-Strobe Kit has an operating range of 100 to 12,000 flashes per minute. It also has true external Phase Shifting throughout the complete operating range. The Vibration-Strobe operates with internal rechargeable batteries. This unit has a unique "tracking filter" ideal for vibration analysis. It has proven compatibility with numerous vibration data collectors.

Kistler Model 5210 K-Beam® Sensor Power Supply
The 5210 Power Supply is the first Kistler power supply intended for the K-Beam line of capacitive accelerometers. The unit is a low cost and convenient way to power any single K-Beam accelerometer from a casual check to an in-depth study.

Kistler Model 8305A K-Beam® Capacitive Accelerometers
The 8305A K-Beam accelerometer series utilizes a three layer silicon micro-machined variable capacitance sensing element designed for measurements of low level acceleration in a steady state or low frequency environment. They are fully calibrated sensors with all excitation and signal conditioning electronics integrated into a single package. K-Beam accelerometers provide a high level output signal with excellent long-term stability. They are insensitive to thermal transients and transverse acceleration.

Kistler Model 8310A K-Beam® Capacitive Accelerometers

The Kistler Type 8310A K-Beam accelerometer series utilizes a silicon micro-machined variable capacitance sensing element. This high performance, solid state sensor is ideally suited for applications requiring the measurement of low level acceleration in a steady-state or low frequency environment. In addition to the acceleration signal, the sensor provides an output signal proportional to temperature for performance compensation. K-Beam performance is similar to larger servo accelerometers at a substantially lower price.

Kistler Model 8312A K-Beam® Capacitive Accelerometers
The Kistler Type 8312A K-Beam accelerometer series utilizes a silicon micro-machined variable capacitance sensing element. This high performance, solid state sensor is ideally suited for applications requiring the measurement of low level acceleration in a steady-state or low frequency environment. K-Beam performance is similar to larger servo accelerometers at a substantially lower price.

Kistler Model 8324A K-Beam® Capacitive Accelerometers
The 8324A K-Beam accelerometer utilizes a variable capacitance sensing element. This high performance accelerometer is ideally suited for applications requiring the measurement of high level acceleration in adverse environments. The 8324 has excellent frequency response exceeding 700 Hz (-3dB) and can survive shock exposure over 5,000g peak. Both types are insensitive to thermal transients and transverse acceleration. The sensing element and conditioning electronics are integrated into a single lightweight, hermetically sealed titanium housing. Ground isolation is provided by an insulator plate permanently bonded to the housing.

Kistler Model 8330A2.5 Servo K-Beam® Accelerometers
The Kistler Type 8330A2.5 Servo K-Beam accelerometer is an analog force feedback sensor incorporating a silicon micro-machined variable capacitance sensing element that provides excellent bandwidth, dynamic range, stability and robustness. This high performance, solid state sensor features a 1,500 mV/g sensitivity and a resolution of 0.8 micro-g @ < 1 Hz. High immunity to thermal transients and transverse acceleration makes the 8330 accelerometer ideally suited for applications requiring the measurement of low level acceleration in a steady-state or low frequency environment.

Kistler Model 8393A K-Beam® Triaxial Capacitive Accelerometers
Kistler Type 8393A is a precision capacitive silicon micromachined accelerometer for measuring low level, low frequency (or static) acceleration in three orthogonal axes, simultaneously. Its highly stable operation makes it possible to measure slow-changing events with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability. The small package allows for convenient mounting on the test article. The unit is constructed in a rugged, ground isolated hard anodized aluminum package.

Kistler Model 8632C PiezoBEAM® Cube Accelerometers
The 8632C accelerometer is ideally suited for modal analysis. The convenient cubic configuration provides flexibility for installation. Three surfaces are suited for adhesive mounting, allowing quick removal. The small, lightweight design reduces mass loading in multichannel applications.

Kistler Model 8690C PiezoSMART® Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8690C series of PiezoSMART accelerometers simultaneously measures vibration in three, mutually perpendicular axes (x, y and z). They feature high sensitivity and can operate both as a standard low impedance, voltage mode sensor with a conventional analog output signal or in a digital "PiezoSMART Sensor Mode" capable of providing pertinent information stored with in its memory module. Since the design of the accelerometer conforms to a universal standard (IEEE P1451.4), any commercially manufactured TEDS Signal Conditioner, along with a host computer, will address and retrieve the stored information.

Kistler Models 8704B...M10 PiezoSMART® Accelerometers
The 8704B...M10 accelerometer can operate both as a standard low impedance, voltage mode sensor with a conventional analog output signal or in a digital "PiezoSMART Sensor Mode" capable of providing pertinent information stored with in its memory module. Since the design of the accelerometer confirms to a universal standard (IEEE 1451.4), any commercially manufactured TEDS Signal Conditioner, along with a host computer, will address and retrieve the stored information.

Kistler Model 8762A...M10 PiezoSMART® Modal Triaxial Accelerometers
A ceramic shear designed triaxial accelerometer with TEDS Smart Sensor operating capability simultaneously measures vibration in three, mutually perpendicular asix (x, y and z). Designed primarly for modal analysis applications, this high sensitivity triaxial accelerometer features three tapped mounting surfaces that allow each axis to be hard mounted for calibration.

Kistler Model 8772A...M10 PiezoSMART® Cube Accelerometers
The 8772A...M10 accelerometer can operate both as a standard low impedance, voltage mode sensor with a conventional analog output signal or in a digital "PiezoSMART Sensor Mode" capable of providing pertinent information stored within its memory module. Since the design of the accelerometer conforms to a universal standard (IEEE 1451.4), any commercially manufactured TEDS Signal Conditioner, along with a host computer, will address and retrieve the stored information.

Kistler Model 8792A...M10 PiezoSMART® Through Hole Mounting, Voltage Model Triaxial Accelerometers
A shear designed quartz triaxial accelerometer with TEDS Smart Sensor operating capability. The 8792A PiezoSmart accelerometers simultaneously measure vibration in three mutually perpendicular axis. They are available in four measuring ranges from +/-25g to +/-500g and feature a housing through hole allowing a single both to attachment to the test structure.

Kistler Model 8793A500M10 PiezoSMART® Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8793A500M10 PiezoSMART accelerometer simultaneously measures vibration and shock in three, mutually perpendicular axes (x, y and z). The K-Shear quartz sensing elements contained within the accelerometer provide long term operational stability, a wide operating frequency range along with extremely low sensitivity to thermal transients and transverse acceleration. The 8793 can operate both as a standard low impedance, voltage mode accelerometer with a conventional analog output or in a digital "PiezoSMART Sensor Mode" capable of providing pertinent information stored within its memory module. Since the design of the accelerometer confirms to a universal standard (IEEE P1451.4), any commercially manufactured TEDS Signal Conditioner, along with a host computer, will address and retrieve the stored information.

Kistler Model 8795A50M10 PiezoSMART® Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8795A50M10 PiezoSMART accelerometer simultaneously measures shock and vibration in three orthogonal axis. The accelerometer features high sensitivity and can coperate both as a standard low impedance, voltage mode sensor with a conventional analog output signal or in a digital "PiezoSMART Sensor Mode" capable of providing pertinent information stored within its memory module. Since the design of the accelerometer conforms to a universal standard (IEEE P1451.1), any commercially manufactured TEDS Signal Conditioner, along with a host computer, will address and retrieve the stored information.

Kistler Model 8798A...M10 PiezoSMART® Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8798A series of PiezoSMART accelerometers simultaneously measures vibration in three, mutually perpendicular axes (x, y and z). The unique annular, ceramic shear sensor design features extremely low thermal transient response, a high immunity to base strain and transverse acceleration. The 8798 can operate both as a standard low impedance, voltage mode accelerometer with a conventional analog output or in a digital "PiezoSMART Sensor Mode" capable of providing pertinent information stored within its memory module. Since the design of the accelerometer conforms to a universal standard (IEEE P1451.4), any commercially manufactured TEDS Signal Conditioner, along with a host computer, will address and retrieve the stored information.

Kistler Models 8630C & 8636C PiezoBEAM® Accelerometers
The 8630C accelerometers meet requirements for modal analysis. The light weight, five gram design reduces mass loading on light structures, especially when multiple units are used. This sensor feature high sensitivity and high thermal rejection. Type 8630 accelerometers are housed in a hard anodized, environmentally sealed housing. The finish provides ground isolation as well as environmental protection. Type 8636C is designed for stud mounting. The patented PiezoBEAM design features outstanding phase reponse as well as a wide frequency range. The sensor is available in three ranges with sensitivities as high as 1000mV/g.

Kistler Model 8692C Series, Triaxial PiezoBEAM® Accelerometers
Designed for measuring structural response in modal applications, the 8692C series of triaxial accelerometers measures vibration in three, mutually perpendicular axes (x, y & z), simultaneously. The sensors feature high sensitivity and a low impedance voltage output. These lieght weight accelerometers reduce mass loading on thin-walled structures. This series of accelerometers, each with an integral four-pin connector, are designed for simplified and versatile installation. The unique, built-in magnet facilitates quick mounting; adhesive may be used for more permanent installations.

Kistler Model 8141A Piezotron® Acceleration Sensors
Rugged, hermetically sealed, ground-insulated acceleration sensor with integral impedance transformer (charge amplifier) and low-impedance voltage output of +/-5V. Its compact design allows it to be fitted close to the process. The sensor is easily surface mounted with only one M6 or 1/4 inch screw. The measuring chain is suitable for recording and monitoring vibrations in machine structures, for monitoring and as part of a machine diagonsis.

Kistler Model 8152B Piezotron® Acoustic Emission Sensors
Piezotron® Acoustic Emission Sensor with built-in impedance converter for measuring acoustic emission (AE) above about 50 kHz in machine structures. With its small size, it mounts easily near the source of emission and captures the signal optimally. The sensor has a very rugged housing, welded tight (degree of protection IP65 resp. IP67). The small sensor may easily be mounted nearly everywhere: a M6-bolt is all that is needed.

Kistler Model 8694M1 Piezotron® Miniature Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8694M1 Piezotron® triaxial accelerometer essentially consists of three individual sensor elements mounted in an orthogonal configuration with each containing a quartz-crystal measuring assembly, a seismic mass and an integrated impedance converter. The quartz assembly located between the sensor body and the seismic mass is preloaded by a flexible member. The electrical charge yielded by each quartz crystal meauring element is directly proportional to that portion of the acceleration signal incident on the sensor's mounting surface.

Kistler Model 8765A PiezoSTAR® Miniature, Voltage Model Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8765A250M5 triaxial accelerometer measures shock and vibration in three orthogonal axis. The 8765A is a miniature 6.4 gram center hole triaxial accelerometerwith a +/-250g measurement range and 20 mV/g sensitvity. The 8765A is a miniature IEPE triaxial accelerometer designed for high temperature applications. The triaxial design permits simultaneous shock and vibration measurements in three perpendicular axes: X, Y and Z.

Kistler Models 8274A5, 8276A5 & 8276A5M6 Ceramic Shear Accelerometers
The 8274A5, 8276A5 and 8276A5M6 are high impedance, charge mode accelerometers designed for vibration measurements in single to multi-channel applications. The unique connector design is rugged and maintains excellent integrity with repeated connections. The ceramic sensing element components have been carefully designed to provide the level of performance most often required in general purpose vibration measurements.

Kistler Model 8290A25M5 Ceramic Shear High Sensitivity, Charge Mode, Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8290A25M5 high temperature, triaxial accelerometer is housed in a cube-shaped package with a notched corner to aid in orientation during installation in blind areas. Laser-etched markings on all sides clearly identify the three axes. A ceramic shear sensing element produces a charge output that can be easily converted into a useable analog voltage signal via a charge amplifier.

Kistler Model 8762A Annular Ceramic Shear, Light Weight, Voltage Mode, Triaxial Accelerometers
High sensitivity triaxial accelerometers that simultaneously measure vibration in three, mutually perpendicular axis (X, Y and Z). Designed primarly for modal analysis applications, the triaxial accelerometer features three tapped mounting surfaces that allow each axis to be hard mounted for calibration.

Kistler Model 8764A Ceramic Shear, Miniature, Voltage Mode, Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8764 triaxial accelerometer measures shock and vibration in three orthogonal axes. The +/-500g measuring range accelerometer, weighs only 1.3 grams with a height of 0.2 inches. The accelerometer has a hard anodized aluminum housing offering ground isolation and a durable integral shielded cable terminated with a 4-pin pos. (male) Microtech compatible connector.

Kistler Model 8772A Ceramic Shear, Light Weight, Voltage Mode, Modal Accelerometers
A unique shear element design coupled with an advanced hybrid charger amplifier provides outstanding phase response as well as a wide frequency range. The accelerometer housing is environmentally (epoxy) sealed with a durable, hard anodized finish that electrically isolates the unit from the test structure. The flat sides of the cube housing allow for dual axis unit arrangements and flexible attachment to the test structure. The use of several 8474 mounting clips facilitates single unit roving on a test structure.

Kistler Models 8774A50, 8776A50 Series Ceramic Shear Accelerometers
The 8774A50 and 8776A50 series are low impedance, voltage mode accelerometers designed for vibration measurement in single or multi-channel applications. The unique connector design is rugged and maintains excellent integrity with repeated connections. The ceramic sensing element components are carefully designed to provide the level of performance most often required in general purpose vibration measurements.

Kistler Model 8778A500 Ceramic Shear Acclerometers
The 8778A500 and the 8778A500M14 are high frequency, ultra miniature, light weight accelerometers with built-in electronics, providing a low impedance voltage output. Integrated Electronic PiezoElectric (IEPE) sensor electronics minimize cable noise and eliminates the need for highly insulated cables. The standard 8778A500 accelerometer includes an integral Teflon jacketed 3 ft. (0.9 m) long cable terminated with a 10-32 neg. connector while the M14 version features a field replaceable twisted wire pair and connector.

Kistler Models 8784A5 & 8786A5 Ceramic Shear Accelerometers
The 8784A5 (top connector) and 8786A5 (side connector) are low impedance, voltage mode accelerometers designed for vibration measurements in single multichannel applications. The unique connector design is rugged and maintains excellent integrity with repeated connections. The ceramic sensing element components have been carefully designed to pvoide the level of performance most often required in general purpose vibration measurements.

Kistler Model 8798A Ceramic Shear Triaxial Accelerometers
The 8798A triaxial accelerometer series measures vibration in three mutually perpendicular axis. The unique annular, ceramic shear sensor element features extremely low thermal transient reponse, a high immunity to base strain and transverse acceleration. An advanced hybrid charge amplifier design provides outstanding phase response as well as a wide operating frequency range. The light weight aluminum housing is epoxy sealed and hard anodized coated to provide ground isolation.

Kistler Model 8614A Pictron® Miniature Accelerometers
Kistler series 8614A accelerometers are extremely small and light weight and very high resonant frequencies and built-in low impedance Piezotron circuit electronics. Piezotron electronics minimize cable noise and eliminate the need for highly insulated cables. The solder pin connectors enable easy repair of any cables that may become damaged in use.

Kistler Model 8044 Impact Quartz Accelerometers
The 8044 accelerometer accurately measures mechanical shock up to 30,000 g. A stable quartz element allows the unit to undergo high and repeated shock impacts with virtually no zero shift. This accelerometer is lightweight, miniature in size and has an integral threaded mounting stud.

Kistler Models 8838 & 8840 Axial/Lateral Rotational Accelerometers
The 8838 and 8840 are a novel complement of shear mode sensors that are designed to respond to two distinctly different forms of induced oscillations. The internal orientation of the quartz elements enables the 8838 accelerometer to respond to oscillations occuring about the unit's mounting axis when installed in a non-rotating test application. The element structure of the 8840 accelerometer is such that the unit will accurately measure the acceleration magnitude of oscillations laterally induced to its mounting base.

Kistler Model 8770A Impedance Head Acceleration, Force Sensor
A unique sensing element construction optimizes the capabilities of this sensor. The result is a device which yields simultaneous dynamic acceleration and force measurements from exactly the same location on a test structure. Internal crystal isolation and tuned channel phase matching allows for the acquisition of Driving Point (DP) data with optimal spatial and temporal coincidence.

Kistler Models 8742A & 8743A Shock Accelerometers
This unique shock accelerometer series incorporates a stable quartz, shear design and are tailored to measure high accelerations from pyroshock to impact testing. The 100 kHz resonance frequency ensures accurate measurement of high speed events, virtually eliminating zero shift and internal amplifier saturation.

Kistler Model 9722A Impulse Force Hammers
The dynamic response of a mechancial structure while either in a development phase or an actual use environment can readily be determined by impulse force testing. Using an FFT analyzer, the transfer function of the structure can be determined from a force pulse generated by the impact of a hammer and the response signal measured with an accelerometer. The inpulse force test method, yields extensive information about the frequency and attenuation behavior of the system under test.

Kistler Model 9724A Impulse Force Hammers
The dynamic response of a mechanical structure while either in a development phase or an actual use environment can readily be determined by impulse force testing. Using an FFT analyzer, the transfer function of the structure can be determined from a force pulse generated by the impact of a hammer and the response signal measured with an accelerometer. The impuse force test method, yields extensive information about the frequency and attenuation behavior of the system under test.

Kistler Model 9726A Impulse Force Hammers
The dynamic response of a mechanical structure while either in a development phase or an actual use environment can readily be determinedby impulse force testing. Using an FFT analyzer, the transfer function of the structure can be determined from a force pulse generated by the impact of a hammer and the response signal measured with an accelerometer. The impulse force test method, yields extensive information about the frequency and attenuation behavior of the system under test.

Kistler Model 9728A Impulse Force Hammers
The dynamic response of a mechanical structure while either in a development phase or an actual use environment can readily be determined by impulse force testing. Using an FFT analyzer, the transfer function of the structure can be determined from a force pulse generated by the impact of a hammer and the response signal measured with an accelerometer. The impulse force test method, yields extensive information about the frequency and attenuation behavior of the system under test.

Kistler Model 8810 K-Guard® Vibration Switch
The model 8810 K-Guard is a stand-alone electronic vibration monitoring device that guards machinery against excessive vibration levels caused by imbalance, misalignment, looseness, worn bearings, etc. When high vibration levels are detected, a relay is activated that can be used for machine shutdown or to warn the operator of potential danger. Unlike mechanical switches, the 8810 features high accuracy, reliability and protects against false triggering.

Kistler Model 8921 Reference Shaker
The Type 8921 provides an accurate controlled vibration level to verify the sensitivity of vibration sensors or the complete measuring system. The internal control and excitation system provides a constant, exact frequency while a closed loop control maintains a constant amplitude independent of the mass of the test article. Should the test article exceeds the capacity of the shaker, the unit provides an audible and visual warning to the operator. A self contained, rechargeable battery can power the shaker up to approximately these hours between recharing.

Search This Site

(Search by Product Type i.e. Level or Brand Name i.e. Versa-Matic)


Your Source For Process Controls And Instrumentation News

About Us

Our Publisher and Owner has been involved in the Canadian Process Control Market for over 35 years. As a former publisher and founder of one of our competitor's print publications in 1992 he left and began his own print magazine known as The Complete Process Products Book which evolved into Process Controls and Instrumentation News. In 1999 we created www.process-controls.com which contained an online Buyers Guide. We further evolved to the web site you see today and began to develop and maintain web sites for our clients. We introduced The Process News in February 2004 with a worldwide circulation of 43,000 readers providing up-to-date information on the latest products.

Sitemap

Process News

Process News bi-weekly newsletter is sent out every second Tuesday to over 45,000 readers worldwide. Process News was designed to make it easy to obtain product information, get quotes, contact manufacturers or their representatives. The pages that follow contain the latest information supplied to us from manufacturers and their representatives on new products or services offered to the process controls and instrumentation market. Twice per month the Process News newsletter will be sent to you from Process Controls and Instrumentation. Each newsletter will contain the latest up-to-date product information available. Click Here to see the latest newsletter.

Sample Content

Process Controls and Instrumentation provides an indepth Buyers Guide of products. We provide a Company Directory of manufacturers and representatives. We offer an Industrial Pump Directory and offer a Product Site Directory and a Directory of Pumps By Type. We provide a section of easy to understand Process Control Terminology. We provide a Video Library of videos on the latest products. We offer a section on Web Site Design and Advertising Opportunities on this web site.

Get in Touch