Seismic Transmitter

The Seismic Transmitter provides a 4-20 mA signal proportional to the 0-1 inch/sec 0-pk velocity movement of a roller element bearing housing or machinery housing. It automatically integrates the acceleration signal on the machine to vibration prior to sending the signal to the controller. The Seismic Transmitter also has a dynamic acceleration waveform output for advanced diagnostics that is accessible at the non-sensor end of the field wiring through either a patch panel or other wiring technique.

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Features and Benefits

The features of our Seismic Transmitter include:

• Accurate, reliable performance for use with non-critical machinery
• Compatible with virtually all types of control and monitor systems, with a two-wire, 4-to 20 mA DC signal loop
• Two available signals
• Lightweight, ergonomic yet robust design with a simple platform
• Moisture resistant and drop impact tolerant
• Easy installation with requiring no field configuration or adjustments
• Safety compliant, supporting access to hazardous areas (CE; ATEX Zone 0, Zone 2; North America Zone 0, Zone2, Class Div1 and Class 1, Div 2)
• Recommended use with the 990 Test Adapter when capturing or viewing dynamic waveforms

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