Our early velocity sensors employed the self-generating moving-coil design used by geologists to measure movement in the earth’s crust. Today we still refer to “seismic” sensors in a nod to their origin.
These early sensors yielded to the introduction of rugged solid-state accelerometers, later ushering in today’s integrated accelerometers that deploy signal processing circuitry for output signals using velocity rather than acceleration.
Our experience and expertise developed over decades offer a selection of first-rate casing-mounted velocity sensors with a variety of models for specific applications.
For environments with temperatures up to +400°C.
Two-wire, self-powered, moving-coil velocity transducer.
Resists effects of gamma radiation.
Measures vibrations below 4 Hz.
3 Million in Annual Savings
Based on decades of machinery protection and condition monitoring experience, our casing-mounted velocity sensors continue the tradition, with ever-expanding capabilities as the technology evolves.