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MSC-1020 Multi Signal Calibrator  XXXXXX XXXXXXX

MSC-1020 Multi Signal Calibrator XXXXXX XXXXXXX

  Description MSC-1020 is a battery operated instrument that is used to electronically simulate variety of outputs from various types of sensors. MSC-1020 uses a menu-driven 4×16 character LCD display to establish appropriate settings. The key panel contains five sealed switches marked with arrows, E (Enter), Back and ON/OFF. Power is supplied from 4 AA rechargeable, internally mounted Ni-MH batteries which can be recharged with a regulated 9Vdc source. Connection to PC is established over the front mounted LEMO connector. PC mode will be automatically started after inserting proper cable into device. Output signal is user selectable from: single-ended voltage (mV), single-ended charge (pC), differential charge (pC), current-sinking IEPE (ICP®), loop powered current source (mA), tachometer (TTL), flow (TTL), OSO® (Optical Speed Output) and BOV (Bias Output Voltage). Frequency range is 1Hz to 10kHz; RMS output voltage is from 10mV to 10V or 10pC to 10.000pC. Outputs can be provided in acceleration, velocity, displacement, voltage or charge. Application note Suitable for inspecting measurement lines according to ISO 10816 standards. Device is especially designed for Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS) and/or Vibration Monitoring Systems (VMS) that are independent or connect to SCADA Systems.     Features Datasheet Software User Manual Specification Simulates various sensor signals Loop powered current source output Tachometer TTL and OSO® output BOV sensor test Menu-driven operation Multi language menu Metric and imperial units PC connection Battery operated MSC-1020 datasheet v1.0 – A4 MSC-1020P datasheet v1.0 – A4 – – Outputs Type Single-ended Voltage (mV) IEPE (ICP®) – Current Sinking Loop powered Current Source (mA) Single-ended Charge (pC) Differential Charge (pC) Tachometer (TTL) Flow Meter (TTL) OSO® –...
SC-100 IEPE Sensor Checker  XXXXXX XXXXXXX


Description SC-100 Sensor Checker is a battery operated, easy to use instrument for checking sensor condition by measuring bias voltage and for electronically simulating IEPE sensor output from accelerometers. Power is supplied by one internally mounted 9V alkaline battery. There is also a LED indication of low battery. Working mode can be selected by a side switch mounted on the left side. There is also a visual identification of the selected mode placed on the front panel. Depending on the bias voltage, the following predefined statuses are possible: In BOV TEST mode user can read measured bias voltage on the screen and sensor status on the LED diodes on the front panel. There are predefines sensor status which are depending from the bias voltage and they are: short circuit, sensor ok and open circuit. For short circuit, measured bias voltage is below 7V. For open circuit measured bias voltage is more than 15V. For sensor ok, measured bias voltage is between 7V and 15V. If the customer wants different voltage levels, changes are possible free of charge before shipment. In SIGNAL GENERATOR mode, the instrument produces fixed frequency sinusoidal signal to simulate accelerometers or velocity meter output. Parameters for checking (for sensor sensitivity 100mV/g) 160 Hz Units RMS PEAK mV 100 141.4 m/s² 9.81 13.87 g 1 1.41 mm/s 9.75 13.79 ips 0.38 0.54 Application note Features Datasheet Software User Manual Specification BOV sensor test Simple IEPE sensor simulator Easy to use LCD for reading measured voltage LED indication of sensor status Side switch for mode selection Empty battery detection SC-100 DT v04 – SC-100 UM v7.3 Outputs Type:...