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SV42 V ibration Sensor

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SV42 Vibration Sensor Overview The SV42 is a compact and robust vibration sensor used to monitor and detect misalignment or imbalance in motors, fans, centrifuges, compressors, generators and other machinery. Widely used in industrial applications, the SV42 is a key part of any plants preventive maintenance plan. The sensor measures the mechanical vibration speed in a range of 10, 25 and 50 mm/s rms on non-rotating surface and converts it to signal 4...20mA (2-wire) proportional with great precision and stability even when applied to large equipment . The SV42 can be installed with a threaded fixed base or magnetic base (recommended when you need to remove or easily move the sensor). Climped cable

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Technical characteristics Application: Identify misalignment and imbalance in industrial equipment Power Supply: 10...30 Vdc Consumption: max. 22mA Output: 4...20 mA (2 wires) Isolation: 500Vrms between circuit and housing Accuracy / Stability / Linearity: ± 0.5% FS Range: 10, 25 and 50 mm / s RMS Electrical Connection: M12 connector Body Material: Stainless Steel 316 Protections: Polarity Reversal / Interference Electromagnetic / Electrical Surges Operating Temperature: -10 to 70 °C Protection: IP67 (IEC 60529) Electrical Connection M12 Connector 2 3

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Order Information PROCESS CONNECTION SCREW AND NUT 1/4" (whit worth) ELECTRICAL CONNECTION | Poliethene cable with 2 meters climped Sitron - Brasil Sitron - USA R. Baronesa de Itu, 83 1800 Prime Place Sao Paulo - SP - 01231-001 Hauppauge, NY 11788 DDAO„ wwsitron.com F.: (5511) 3825-2171 USA/Other Countries: info@sitron.com

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