New range of high performance submersible accelerometers

29.07.2002

Monitran Ltd has introduced a range of rugged submersible accelerometers which are ideal for the monitoring of vibration in submersible plant, such as pumps, for predictive maintenance purposes.

Developed for use throughout the water and process industries, the new products, MTN/1150W, MTN/1186W and MTN/1185W, use proven piezoelectric technology and are sealed to IP68 as standard. All three devices have been designed for use at high pressures and can be used in a variety of applications requiring either part or full immersion in water, typically up to 100 metres in depth.

The MTN/1150W, MTN/1186W and MTN/1185W have a measurement range of 50g and a frequency response of up to 8kHz. In addition, all three devices can be provided with either 4-20mA or AC outputs, optional temperature is also available.

With stainless steel casings, the new range of accelerometers can be supplied with a wide range of options, such as connectors, filters and bespoke housings, to ensure the devices meet individual vibration monitoring requirements.

Additional products to compliment system performance, such as the MTN/3000 Series switch box, are also available. The submersible accelerometer is attached to the switch box, for analysis purposes, enabling a data collector to be connected.

Source: Monitran Ltd

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