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TR-26 Vibration transmitter CEMB

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• Absolute vibration transmitter IP65 SS316 body with onboard 2 pin connector for machinery online monitoring
• The integrated vibration transmitter TR-26 measures the absolute vibrations of any rotating machine support

• The transmitter is made of an AISI 316L body with machine connection thread; the connection to the acquisition system is affected by means of a MIL-C-5015-2 poles connector
• Analog current output: 4...20 mA




pdf20 TR-26 data sheet

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48 900,00 ₽

Data sheet

Voltage 10...35 VDC

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Composition: AISI 316L stainless steel body
External connections: MIL-C-5015 2 poles connector (conductors’ max section 2,5 mm²); 4 poles M12 connector

Measure type: Omnidirectional seismic (absolute vibration)
Dynamic field: ± 18 g
Transverse sensitivity: < 5 %
Linearity: ± 2% - 75 Hz
Dynamic performances: ±3% / 10Hz – 1kHz - see Figure 2-3db / 1.5Hz – 2.5kHz
Insulation: ≥108 Ω between signal and container
Application axis

Any Standard machine connection thread: M8x1,25¼”-18NPT¼’’-28UNFM6x1Maintenance
No maintenance is needed
Electrical connections:
Bipolar shielded cable, conductors’ typical section 2x1mm²
Parameters to be defined when ordering

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