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MHC- 4000 Series Sensors

The MHC 4000 Series Sensors from Parker Kittiwake's Holroyd range are a development in smart AE sensors for fixed installations and incorporating proven MHC technology.

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    MHC – 4000 Series Sensors

    The MHC 4000 Series Sensors Smart Acoustic Emission sensors from Parker Kittiwake's Holroyd range are a development in smart AE sensors for fixed installations and incorporating proven MHC technology. Three sensors are included in this range:

    • MHC-Standard speed DS1 – fixed installation smart sensor for use on shaft speeds above 30 rpm.
    • MHC-Slo speed SM1 – fixed installation smart sensor uniquely developed for monitoring shaft speeds from 60 down to 0.25 rpm.
    • MHC-Sigma – fixed installation smart sensor for intermittant or short duration machine operation. Another unique offer from Parker Kittiwake's Holroyd range.
    These three smart sensors are unique to Parker. They represent the distillation of the unique technology that underpins a range of field proven Condition Monitoring instruments. Clever, cost effective sensors for permanent installation. A breakthrough in miniaturisation incorporating a high frequency transducer, signal conditioning and advanced digital signal processing.
Description

Performance Characteristics

Weight

320 g

Brand

Kittiwake

Electrical Requirements

4 x AA (LR6) - 26 hours with backlight off (NiMH supplied), 34 hours alkaline

Minimum Operating Temperature

-32 °F
0 °C

Maximum Operating Temperature

122 °F
50 °C

Signal Output

Display Backlit LCD Alphanumeric, 2 lines by 16 characters

Operating Speed

0.25 - 60 RPM, 30 - 3500 RPM, Intermittant RPM

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