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Portable vibration calibration with certificate generation

10 May 2015

PCB Piezotronics is now able to supply The Modal Shop’s new 9110D portable vibration calibrator, offering laboratory grade accuracy and documentation in the form of a field tester.

Capable of validating accelerometers, velocity sensors, proximity probes and 4-20mA loop vibration sensors, the 9110D creates ISO 17025 compliant calibration certificates in Microsoft Excel. A printed and filed certificate – along with field confirmation of critical condition monitoring alarms – provides proof to insurance risk engineers that a plant is following recommended best practice standards for maintaining its condition monitoring system.
Battery powered, rugged, lightweight and with superior payload capability, the 9110D makes field calibration of industrial instrumentation simple and efficient. Features include closed-loop control, whereby speed remains steady as amplitude changes for confirmation of alert and alarm trips at machine running speed, on-board ICP power and bias fault indication and real-time sensitivity display to provide instant pass/fail indication.

Amplitude display is in acceleration, velocity and displacement – in both metric and imperial units – with peak, RMS or peak-to-peak scaling options. The 9110D’s memory is capable of storing data for 500 sensors and exports via a supplied USB flash memory drive.

Creation of ISO 17025 compliant calibration certificates for linearity and frequency response is easily achieved with three clicks of a mouse and there is no software to install.

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