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Produktbeschreibungen

Feature:
1. Messergebnis und Bedingungen des LCD-Displays direkt
2. Selektive Schwingungscharakteristik
3. Verwenden Sie den Vibrationssensor, um die Messung genauer zu gestalten
4. Ausgestattet mit zwei Sonden (S und L), um die unterschiedlichen Messanforderungen anzupassen
5. Anzeige für niedrigen Batteriestand, automatische Abschaltfunktion, LCD-Hintergrundbeleuchtung, Maximalwert-Haltefunktion, Temperatureinheit C °/F ° Auswahl.
6. Geeignet für mechanische Uhren, Motoren, Lüfter und Lager

Spezifikation:
Zustand: 100% nagelneu
Modell: GM63B
Technische Parameter
Technische Spezifikation
Vibrationsaufnahme
Piezoelektrischer Keramikbeschleunigungsmesser (Schertyp)
Messbereich der Beschleunigung
0,1-199,9 m/s
Messbereich der Geschwindigkeit
0,1-199,9 mm/s rms
Messbereich der Verschiebung
0,001 ~ 1,999 mm p-p Der Geschwindigkeits- und Verschiebungsbereich wird durch die Beschleunigung von 99,9 m/s2 begrenzt
Meßgenauigkeit
± 5% ± 2 Ziffern
Messfrequenzbereich der Beschleunigung
10 Hz - 1 kHz (LO) 1 kHz - 15 kHz (HI)
Messfrequenzbereich der Geschwindigkeit
10 Hz - 1 kHz (LO)
Messfrequenzbereich der Verschiebung
10 Hz - 1 kHz (LO)
Zeigt den Aktualisierungszyklus an
1 Sekunde
LCD Bildschirm
3 1/2 Ziffernanzeige
Einzelausgang
Wechselstromausgang 2 V Spitze (Anzeige im vollen Maßstab) Lastimpedanz 10 KΩ oder mehr Kopfhörer können angeschlossen werden
Energieversorgung

Schwingungsmesser LCD-Display Datenlogger Detektor Hochempfindli

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