Bently Nevada TrendMaster Sensor Systems 200150

Bently Nevada TrendMaster Sensor Systems 200150

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Trendmaster® Pro links hundreds of permanently mounted transducers and measurement points onto a single-cable sensor network and brings the data into System 1® software. A wide range of special vibration, temperature, seal leak, pressure, and other sensors have been specially developed to complement the system.

Features and Benefits

Trendmaster® Pro sensors offer the ideal balance of robustness, ease-of-installation, and low cost, allowing the benefits of permanent monitoring while remaining highly affordable.

Wiring costs are dramatically reduced when compared to a conventional continuous monitoring system, yet individual measurement points can be scanned by the system every few minutes to provide quasi-continuous condition monitoring data.

200150, 200155 & 200157 Accelerometers

The 20015x Accelerometers are general purpose, wide frequency, case-mounted seismic transducers designed for use with Trendmaster* proTIMs. The 200150 Accelerometer also operates with the Trendmaster2000 system.

The accelerometer interfaces with the 200100 Dual Acceleration to Velocity flexiTIM* Module and the 89130-01 Acceleration-to-Velocity TIM (Transducer Interface Module), as well as the 1900/25 and 1900/27 monitors.

The 20015x Accelerometers feature a hermetically sealed, stainless steel case. This design provides an extremely rugged transducer that is well suited for harsh industrial environments. The transducer’s top-mounted, 5-pin connector allows you to easily install and remove the interconnecting signal cable. A 3/8-24 threaded hole on the bottom of the sensor’s casing accommodates several mounting options. The 20015x Accelerometers contain a piezoelectric sensing device that generates a charge when it is subjected to vibration.

The accelerometers electronically convert this charge to a differential voltage signal that is proportional to the acceleration that is parallel to the sensitive axis of the transducer.

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