Sensors • Vibration Sensors

Used to detect and measure vibrations as well as tilt, shock, and acceleration for a wide array of applications.

Used to detect and measure vibrations as well as tilt, shock, and acceleration for a wide array of applications.

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  • Vitec, Inc.

    Vitec Inc. manufactures vibration transducers including acceleration, velocity and displacement types. The acceleration transducers feature anti-friction bearings, output of 1050 pC/g or 100 V/g, and frequency response of 0.8 to 100,000 Hz. The velocity transducers have output of 225 mV, 200 mV, or 460 mV - with frequency response of 12 to 1500 Hz. The displacement transducers measure vibrations without physically contacting the object to be measured, and meet requirements of API 670.

  • Analog Devices Inc

    Analog Devices provides inertial sensors that detect and measure vibration, acceleration, tilt, shock, rotation and multiple degrees-of-freedom motion. The company's vibration sensors are used for industrial equipment, safety and security, event trigger, health monitoring, and geological and seismic equipment applications.

  • IST (Instrumented Sensor Technology)

    IST (Instrumented Sensor Technology) manufactures shock and vibration sensors that feature triggered waveform recording, three and six channel capabilities, a 12-bit A/D 74 dB dynamic range, and an internal PR triaxial accelerometer.

  • Measurement Specialties, Inc.

    Measurement Specialties provides uniaxial and triaxial accelerometers and vibration sensors including DC response or piezoelectric embedded, plug and play, and signal conditioner types. The various sensors are used in the transportation, aerospace, medical, general laboratory, and auto safety industries.

  • Mistras Group

    Mistras Group is a global provider of accelerometers and vibration sensors including 100 mV/g, charge, high sensitivity and seismic, high shock, intrinsically safe, loop powered 4-20mA, miniature, tri-axial, and underwater types.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments Corp. designs vibration sensors that are tested with NI dynamic signal acquisition. The sensors feature sensitivity ranges from 5 mV/g to 100 mV/g and use IEPE current excitation. The sensors are available as general purpose, triaxial, high sensitivity and multiple single axis types.

  • Omron Electronic Components

    Omron Electronic Components manufactures compact, mechanical vibration sensors that are self-resetting, and feature output capacity from 0.1mA at 5VDC to 100mA at 30VDC. The sensors also feature quick-connect terminals.

  • PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    PCB Piezotronics Inc. distributes a host of vibration sensors types that feature back-to-back, biaxial, case isolated, ground isolated, low profile, miniature, single axis, through hole mount, and triaxial configurations. The sensors are also available with 4-20mA, charge output, differential output, ICP, MEMS, piezoelectric, RAD hard, single ended output, or TEDS technology.

  • Provibtech

    Provibtech manufactures a line of vibration sensors that includes proximity probes and accelerometers/velocity sensors. The proximity probes are available in 5, 8, 11 and 25mm configurations; and can measure both static distances and the vibration of a shaft relative to a probe tip. The accelerometers are used for measuring the vibration of machine bearings housings, and are available with integral or non-integral cables, waterproof cables, armored cables, or high temperature cables.

  • Meggitt Sensing Systems - Wilcoxon Research

    WIlcoxon Research Inc. engineers accelerometers/vibration sensors used for motor, fan, pump, gearbox, blower, machine tool spindle, compressor, chiller, roller, and mixer health monitoring applications. Types of vibration sensors include high frequency, low frequency, high temperature, dual output, and triaxial.

  • Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Electro-Sensors offers rugged vibration sensors that protect industrial machinery from excessive vibration levels and for use on deliberately vibrating machinery. Models features include a settable RMS vibration velocity alarm trip-point and delay time, an isolated SPDT relay output or transistor output, and LED’s that provide an instant view of machine status. Two housing options: compact NEMA 4X and Class I and II rated explosion proof. Power: 24 VDC (18-30 VDC).

  • Herzan LLC

    Herzan LLC provides 3-axis vibration sensors that measure acceleration along with velocity and displacement. The sensors feature a frequency range of 2 to 1000 Hz, with accuracy of plus or minus 5 percent. Acceleration limiting sensitivity of the sensors ranges from 1x10g to 0.5g.

  • InCheck Technologies

    InCheck Technologies Inc. manufactures vibration sensors/accelerometers for used in harsh industrial environments. The sensors feature a measurement range of plus or minus 70g, 250g, or 500g - with sensitivity of 16 mV/g or 24.2 mV/g.

  • Kistler Instrument Corp

    Kistler develops vibration sensors - including miniature and highly sensitive models - that can be used at extremes of the measurement range. The sensors are available as piezotron, charge output, capacitive, acoustic emission, impulse and piezoresistive types.

  • Stapleman Corp.

    Stapleman Corp. distributes vibration sensors manufactured by Wilcoxon. The 4-20mA vibration sensors are loop powered and feature 600 RPM to 6,000 RPM shaft speed. Top exit, side exit, integral cable, intrinsically safe, and explosion proof models are available.

  • Hansford Sensors

    Hansford Sensors Ltd. manufactures vibration sensors including industrial accelerometers (4-20mA), compact AC accelerometers, velocity accelerometers, general purpose accelerometers, and ATEX-approved accelerometers. The sensors can feature top entry connection, low profile, dual output, high temperature, high speed, low speed, intrinsically safe, or compact options.

  • Monitran

    Monitran is a UK-based manufacturer of vibration sensors used to monitor pumps, motors, engines and drive trains. Vibration sensor types include: general purpose analysis accelerometers, general purpose monitoring accelerometers, and special purpose accelerometers. Many of the sensors are dual function.

  • Neal Systems Inc.

    Neal Systems Inc. distributes Metrix Instrument Co.-brand vibration detection sensors for use with rotating equipment.