Velomitor® 350900 High-Temperature Velocity and Acceleration Sensor (HTVAS)
Designed for use on a wide variety of gas turbines, the Velomitor® 350900 separates the high-temperature-rated sensing element from the signal conditioning electronics, with the two permanently connected via a flexible, mineral-insulated, hard-line cable. This robust arrangement allows mounting of the sensing head in areas with temperatures as high as 482° C (900° F).
Features and Benefits
The features of the Velomitor® 350900 High-Temperature Velocity and Acceleration Sensor (HTVAS) include:
• Providing a continuous acceleration and velocity output, allowing the customer to protect their machine with a velocity signal while simultaneously capturing the acceleration signal for machinery diagnostics
• Eliminating a significant source of potential transducer failures by removing connections between the sensing head and its associated signal conditioning electronics
• Allows mounting of the sensing head in areas with temperatures as high as 482° C (900° F)
• Permament connection via hardline cable between high-temperature sensing element and signal conditioning electronics, which can be installed in separate hot and cool areas
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