Posted on April 6, 2011 - ( views)
Simultaneously measuring both vibration and temperature, the HS-100PT and HS-420RT from Hansford Sensors are constructed in welded stainless steel, offering robustness and reliability when operated in harsh industrial environments. The HS-100PT has a 100mV/g vibration output as standard (other sensitivities are available) and PT100 temperature output for easy interface with on-line monitoring systems. The HS-420RT version has a built-in PT100 temperature sensor, but offers the vibration output as a standard 4-20mA signal for use in low cost on-line monitoring with the capability of interfacing directly with PLCs, BMS or any 4-20mA input module. For use with their sensors, the company also supply a choice of multi-sensor connection and switch boxes, conditioning modules with alarm facilities and accessories of mounting studs, magnets and cable assemblies.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz
Artisan, Hillbottom Road,
HP12 4HJ High Wycombe
With adjustable trip alarms and display
For mounting vibration sensors
Work with piezoelectric accelerometers
help protecting pumps
smaller connector provides compact sensors
for plant protection
for condition monitoring
built for robustness
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