Handheld Pen Vibration Meter

Handheld pen vibration meter is digital tester for measuring vibration. This portable vibration meter can quickly detect defects in motors, fans, pumps, compressors and machine tools, which supports different vibration frequency options, widely used in electric power, petrochemical, machinery manufacturing, metallurgy and automotive.
SKU: SISCO-VIBRO-AR63C
$364.10
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Delivery date: 7-12 days
Overview


sisco handheld pen vibration tester is equipped with an LCD backlight, which can display the measurement value intuitively and clearly. Portable digital vibration check meter is widely used in electric power, petrochemical industry, machinery manufacturing, metallurgy, vehicles, etc.

Features

  • The pen vibration meter visually displays measurement value and state.
  • It is available with acceleration, velocity and displacement measurements.
  • The motor vibration tester has different vibration frequencies for selection.
  • Long and short probe heads are provided, each one is suitable for different situation measurements.
  • Equipped with ac signal output interface.
  • Vibration tester with low power indication function, auto power-off function and LCD backlight.
  • The structure of the handheld vibration meter is compact, and easy for carrying along with the measurement.

Handheld pen vibration meter details

Handheld pen vibration tester details

  • ① LCD screen
  • ② Probe
  • ③ Frequency feature selection key (only in acceleration measurement)
  • ④ Measurement mode (acceleration/velocity 1 displacement) selection key
  • ⑤ Power on and measurement key, press once to start the unit, you should keep pressing during the measuring process, release to hold the data
  • ⑥ Quick instruction label
  • ⑦ Battery door
  • ⑧ AC signal output jack

Applications

sisco handheld pen vibration meter is designed by piezoelectric effect of quartz crystal and artificially polarized ceramic (PZT). It is widely used in machinery manufacturing, electric power, metallurgy, vehicles and other fields.

Handheld pen vibration- meter application

Specs
Model SISCO-AR63C
Vibration pickup Piezoelectric ceramic accelerometer (shear-type)
Measurement range of acceleration 0.1~199.9m/s2 peak
Measurement range of velocity 0.1~199.9mm/s rms
Measurement range of displacement 0.001~1.999mm p-p Velocity and displacement range is limited by the acceleration of 199.9m/s2
Measurement accuracy ±5%+2digits
Measurement frequency range of acceleration 10Hz~1KHz (LO) 1KHz~15KHz (HI)
Measurement frequency range of velocity 10Hz~1KHz (LO)
Measurement frequency range of displacement 10Hz~1KHz (LO)
Displays update cycle 1 second
LCD display 3 1/2 digits display
Single output AC output 2 V peak (display full scale) Load impedance 10KΩor more earphones can be connected
Power supply AAA 2*1.5V battery
Static current ≤20μA
Operating current ≤39mA
Battery life 20 H continuous use
Auto power-off function Turns off automatically after 60 seconds
LCD backlight function 7 seconds
Operating temperature range 0~40℃
Operating humidity range 30~90%RH
Low battery indication 2.2V±0.2V
Dimensions 150x35x25mm
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 is a pen vibration meter?

Pen vibration meter is designed to utilize the piezoelectric effect of quartz crystals and artificially polarized ceramics (PZT). When a quartz crystal or an artificially polarized ceramic is subjected to mechanical stress, the surface of the charge is generated, and the resulting charge density is strictly linear to the magnitude of the applied mechanical stress. At the same time, the mechanical stress is proportional to the acceleration value when the sensitive mass is given. Under certain conditions, the charge generated by the piezoelectric crystal is proportional to the perceived acceleration value.

Warranty

Thank you for buying industrial test and measurement equipment on sisco.com, all products sold by sisco and the partner cover a 12 months warranty, effective from the date of receiving the products.


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  • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
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  • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
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