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Vibration meter should appeal to maintenance engineers

01 March 2013

A new hand-held meter for measuring vibration and temperature levels is said to be suitable for detecting early signs of component wear or failure in pumps, motors, gearboxes and other mechanical assemblies.

The compact MTN/VM220 handheld meter from Monitran conforms to ISO10816-3 and is able to detect the early signs of component wear or failure in machinery, motors, gearboxes, pumps and other mechanical assemblies.

The meter includes a colour LCD display and has the ability to store up to 100 readings – temperature and acceleration, velocity or displacement – against a real-time clock.

Measuring 122 x 78 x 28mm, the unit has an easy-to-grip, tough rubberised case and a long-life rechargeable battery. It is supplied with a probe into which is integrated a dual-output, general purpose sensor, the MTN/2200T, which has default sensitivities of 100mV/g and 10mV/°C.


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