Handheld Digital Vibration Meter

Digital vibration meter is equipped with a magnetic chuck for vibration measurement of mechanical equipment. The handheld vibration tester with large LCD backlight display, USB communication, easy to read and store data, idea for equipment condition monitoring.
SKU: SISCO-VIBRO-UT315A
$655.99
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Delivery date: 7-12 days
Overview


Portable digital vibration meter is an idea tester for measuring vibration. The bearing vibration tester supports different vibration frequency options, which can quickly detect defects in motors, fans, pumps, compressors and machine tools.

Features

  • Digital vibration meter has a large LCD for visual display of measured values and measurement status.
  • It is available with acceleration, velocity and displacement measurements.
  • Bearing vibration meter has a high-sensitivity probe for accurate measurement.
  • Equipped with a long probe and a short probe, for measurement in various places.
  • The vibration tester features low battery indication, auto power-off, LCD backlight max value display, USB communication, data hold and data storage.

Handheld digital vibration meter details

Handheld digital vibration meter details

  • ① LCD
  • ② Sensor cable
  • ③ Probe (replaceable long probe, short probe and magnetic chuck)
  • POWER: Power on/off
  • A: Acceleration measurement
  • V: Velocity measurement
  • D: Displacement measurement
  • HOLD: Hold data
  • MAX: Display max value
  • Light: Tum on/off the backlight
  • READ: View recorded data
  • CLEAR/▲: Clear recorded data; data up, USB communication, auto power off and autosave interval setting
  • REC: Data storage MENU: Menu function setting
  • ▼: Data down, USB communication, auto power off and autosave interval setting
  • ENTER: Confirm

Applications

sisco portable digital vibration meter is a perfect tool for measuring vibration, which is widely applied to mechanical manufacturing, electric power, metallurgy, and other industrial measurements.

Handheld digital vibration meter application

Specs
Model SISCO-VIBRO-UT315A
Acceleration measurement 0.1~199 9m/s2 (peak value)
Velocity measurement 0.01~19.99cm/s (true RMS)
Displacement measurement 0.00-1.99mm (peak-to-peak value)
Measurement error +5%+2dgts
Frequency range (acceleration) 10Hz~10kHz
Frequency range (velocity) 10Hz~1kHz
Frequency range (displacement) 10Hz~500Hz
LCD display 2000-count display
Refresh cycle 1s
Data storage 1999 sets
Power supply 9V 6F22
LCD backlight off Press the backlight button to turn off
Auto power off After about 10 minutes of no operation
Battery life Zn-mn battery: About 3 hours of continuous use, Alkaline battery: About 8 hours of continuous use
Operating temperature 0~50°C
Operating humidity 80%RH (no condensation)
Storage temperature -20°C~60°C
Battery level indication 4-level battery indication
Dimensions 166mm*80mm*30mm
Weight 395g
Altitude 2000m
Safety standard CE certification: EN61326-1 2013
FAQs

Q1: What is a vibration meter?
A1:
Vibration meter is used to directly indicate the peak, peak-to-peak, mean value or root mean square value of vibration quantity such as displacement, velocity, acceleration and derivative of acceleration. The main parts of this vibration tester are integral differential circuit, amplifier circuit, voltage detector and meter head. The integral and differential circuit is used to complete the integral and differential operation between the above vibration quantities. Generally, the integral and differential operational amplifier can be used, and the low-pass filter and high-pass filter can be used respectively to complete the integral and differential operation. However, attention should be paid to their application frequency range when using such instruments for calculation. The vibration meter allows one to obtain only the total intensity of the vibration (the vibration level) and no other information.

Q2: How does a vibration meter work?
A2: Mechanical vibration is generally measured by electrical measurement. The basic principle of vibration meter is to convert mechanical quantity into electric quantity through vibration sensor, and then measure and analyze the electric quantity, so as to obtain various parameter values of the measured mechanical vibration quantity. In the field vibration test of turbine generator set, the vibration sensor commonly used in vibration tester has three types, they are eddy current non-contact displacement sensor to measure the relative vibration of rotating shaft, inertia speed sensor and voltage acceleration sensor to measure the vibration of bearing seat and foundation, cylinder structure and so on. In addition, in order to measure the absolute vibration of a rotating shaft, a composite sensor consisting of an eddy current non-contact displacement sensor and an inertial velocity sensor is often used.

Q3: What does a vibration meter do?
A3: The vibration meter can easily measure the vibration parameters such as vibration, acceleration and velocity. The vibration tester can also be used to reliably and quantitatively evaluate the vibrations of rotating and reciprocating machines. It is widely used in mechanical design and manufacture, military, electric power, equipment management, transportation and environmental protection departments etc. The vibration meter provides these fields great convenience for on-line inspection and monitoring of machine equipment faults and aging signals, product quality control, vibration test measurement and vibration control.

Tips: What are the types of vibration meter?

  • Piezoelectric vibration meter
    Piezoelectric vibration meter is characterized by high natural frequency, wide frequency range, small volume, light weight and little influence on the measured object, so it has been widely used in the measurement of vibration acceleration. The internal resistance of piezoelectric vibration tester is high, and the cable connected with the amplifier is easy to introduce interference, so it is hoped that the cable should be as short as possible and shielding should be considered, and the preamplifier should be placed near the sensor as much as possible. Most amplifiers used to amplify the electrical signals generated by piezoelectric sensors are now charge amplifiers.
  • Mechanical vibration meter
    It is by inserting a spring (or several springs) into the housing and installing a mass block of mass m underneath the spring. This also constitutes the mechanical resonance system. Usually mechanical resonant systems are damped.
  • Table frame vibration meter
    Table frame vibration meter is fixed on the meter frame, the meter frame is fixed on the support isolated from the fan, and the measuring rod of the meter and the bearing box surface or other measuring parts can be measured. This kind of vibration meter does not need to make any other machine parts, simple structure, and can measure any direction of vibration. The disadvantage of the table frame vibrator is that the support is not easy to isolate from the vibration, and the accuracy is poor.
  • Sponge vibration meter
    The sponge vibration meter is made by fixing the measuring rod sleeve of the micrometer on the heavy plate with a fixed screw and padding the sponge ring. It is characterized by simple structure but poor accuracy, and can only measure the vibration in the vertical direction.
  • Handheld vibration meter
    Handheld vibration meter is simple structure, which can measure the vibration in any direction, measuring speed dig =1000 ~ 2000 RPM, / time, the error is small.
Warranty

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  • Routine cleaning or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear.
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  • Damage from use of parts not sold by sisco.
  • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
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