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IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics
3425 Walden Ave.
Depew, NY, 14043-2495

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IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics
3425 Walden Ave.
Depew , NY  14043-2495   USA
Phone: 800-959-4464
FAX: 716-684-3823
http://www.imi-sensors.com
Marketing:
Nikki E. Kapilevich
USA
Phone: 716-684-0002
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Piezoelectric Accelerometer monitors rolling element bearings.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Oct 30, 2013 Combining accelerometer and 4–20 mA transmitter in single housing, Bearing Fault Detector PLUS Model 649A03 provides 5 specialized outputs that, when used with control system, deliver early warning of bearing defects such as cracked races, brinelling, looseness, and spalling. Scaled output can be used to both trend data and trigger vibration alarms in PLC or DCS to closely monitor when machinery should be shut down and bearing should be replaced.

Mechanical Vibration Switch offers fine linear adjustment.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Jun 18, 2013 Along with respective measurement and frequency ranges of 0–10 g pk and 0–6,000 cpm (0–100 Hz), Model 685A09 Linear Adjust Mechanical Vibration Switch features linear trip adjustment of ~1/4 turn per g that optimizes control over trip sensitivity. Other features include DPDT relay, 10 A dry contacts, and remote reset options of 120 and 240 Vac as well as 24 Vdc. Applications include cooling towers, fin fans, large exhaust and vent fans, HVAC systems, blowers, and motors.

Charge Mode Accelerometer survives temperatures to 1,300°F.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Jun 04, 2013 Featuring 10 ft of integral hard-line cable terminating in LEMO connector, Model EX611A20 is suitable for vibration measurement in gas turbine applications, such as bearing health monitoring, condition monitoring, and structural damage monitoring. Device uses shear mode sensing elements for minimized sensitivity to thermal transients, and includes both ATEX and IECEx approvals. Other applications include commissioning of nuclear power plants.

Electronic Vibration Switch is rated for hazardous locations.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
May 22, 2013 Model EX686B USB programmable electronic vibration switch is certified by INMETRO for use in hazardous areas such as petroleum refineries, utility gas plants, and oil drilling operations. To provide continuous machinery protection, unit senses vibration and triggers alarm or shuts down machine if vibration exceeds given threshold level. Faults such as imbalance, misalignment, looseness, worn bearings, cracked gears, or lack of lubrication can trigger fault.

High-Temperature Accelerometers suit gas turbine applications.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Apr 11, 2013 Along with respective sensitivities of 100 and 10 mV/g, EX600B13 and EX600B14 have frequency range of 282–240,000 cpm (4.7–4,000 Hz) and are suited for vibration measurement in areas of up to 900°F. Single assembly design – 10 ft, hermetically sealed, hard-line cable; side-exit charge mode sensor; and inline charge amplifier – eliminates contamination and common mode noise concerns. Drop-in replacement for existing accelerometers is made possible via ARINC® 3-point mounting bases.
High Temp Accelerometer operates in wet and acidic environments.

High Temp Accelerometer operates in wet and acidic environments.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Nov 13, 2012 Designed to tolerate environments up to +325°F, ICP® Model HT602D01 provides sensitivity of (±10%) 100 mV/g with frequency range of (±3 dB) 30–480,000 cpm (0.5–8,000 Hz). Ceramic shear accelerometer include 2-Pin MIL-C-5015 side exit connector and is suitable for vibration measurements in high temperature applications, including paper, plastics, and steel industries. Alternate versions are available in integral PTFE jacketed cable and armored PTFE jacketed cable for acidic environments.
Vibration Monitoring System features Modus(TM) interface.

Vibration Monitoring System features Modus(TM) interface.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Sep 21, 2012 Utilizing Echo™ Wireless Vibration Sensor and EchoPlus™ Wireless Junction Box to transmit vibration data to central receiver, Echo™ Wireless Vibration Monitoring System monitors overall health of critical machinery and provides immediate notification when warning or critical levels are reached. Both wireless options can be programmed to transmit data at predetermined interval. Accepting data from hundreds of sensors, receiver can relay data to computer or server running Echo™ Monitoring Software.
Vibration Monitoring System features wireless operation.

Vibration Monitoring System features wireless operation.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Jul 12, 2012 Comprising Echo® Wireless Vibration Sensors, EchoPlus® Wireless Junction Box, plus receiver and software, Echo® Vibration Monitoring System uses Extended Range Radio Frequency technology and requires no gateways, mesh, or repeaters. System transmits at 0.75 mW Effective Radiated Power in unlicensed 900 MHz band and does not interfere with other wireless communications. Transmitted data set features overall vibration measurements scaled in acceleration, velocity, true peak, and crest factor.

Vibration Monitoring System accepts distributed sensor data.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Jul 03, 2012 Without requiring any gateways, mesh, or repeaters, Echo® Wireless helps users safely monitor health of critical machinery. Extended Range Radio Frequency (ERRF) technology is used to transmit long distances in typical plant environments. Comprised of Echo Wireless Vibration Sensors, EchoPlus Wireless Junction Box, receiver, and software, system transmits at 0.75 mW Effective Radiated Power (ERP) in unlicensed 900 MHz band and does not interfere with other wireless communications.

High-Temperature Pressure Sensors monitor gas turbines.

IMI Sensors, Div. of PCB Piezotronics    Depew, NY 14043-2495
Nov 22, 2010 Series 176 high-temperature pressure sensors mount to gas turbine combustor to provide operators with diagnostics, part fatigue analysis, and ability to continuously monitor and control emissions. Able to detect and measure pressure phenomena and combustion instability in temperatures up to 986°F, ATEX and CSA certified units also offer sensitivities to 17 pC/psi and ranges from 20-400 psi. High frequency capability enables use of auto-tuning and on-line diagnostic monitoring systems.


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Jul 27, 2006

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