Vibration Sensors: Design and Specifications
|Model||Axes||Measurement range [g]||Sensitivity [mVolt/g]||Band [Hz]||Output @ 0g [mVolt]||Special features||Supply (V)||Operating Temperature [°C]|
|50 - 500 - 1500||1500||Self test pin||6 - 28||-40 / +85°C|
|OIAC7||3||+/-3||330 mV/g||50 - 500 - 1500||1500||Temperature sensor||6 - 28||-40 / +85°C|
|OIAC8||2||+/-2||4750 mV/g||2.5||5000||2x switch allarm NC with threshold +/-0.25g||18 - 32||0 / +85°C|
|OIAC9||3||+/-16||57 mV/g||500||1500||Self test pin||6 - 28||-40 / +85°C|
What is the purpose of a vibration sensor?
Impact sensors are configurable recorders based on a MEMS accelerometer. The device is powered by standard replaceable alkaline batteries ensuring at least 3 months of operation under normal use. The accelerometer provides acceleration monitoring up to 8g of force.
Inclination sensors are devices based on a MEMS transducer interrogated by a microcontroller, which provides a suitable output using an algorithm.Our sensors, also known as inclinometers, are compact and highly resistant to mechanical shocks and weathering thanks to their anodised metal casing. Part of our inertial sensor range, Optoi inclinometers are available as 1- or 2-axis models with certified CANopen interface, with accuracy down to 0.05°, and analogue with voltage or current output.