Signal Calibrators

NID-2000

NID-2000

Dynamic signal simulator NID-2000

NID-2000 is a battery powered instrument used to electronically simulate outputs from various types of sensors and transmitters.

Features:

  • Simulates signal output from various sensors and transmitters
  • Fully compliant with ISO 10816 standards
  • Two user mode: stand alone and via PC
  • The software has a sensor/transmitter database
  • Automatic reporting in PC mode
  • Constant current output
  • Tachometer TTL and OSO® output
  • BOV test of IEPE sensors supported
  • Use via menu structure
  • Multiple language menu
  • Metric and Imperial (Imperial) Units
  • PC connection via USB
  • Operates on 4 AA rechargeable batteries.

You will find datasheet here.

NID-2050

NID-2050

Proximity Probe Signal Simulator NID-2050

The NID-2050 is a battery powered instrument used to electronically simulate outputs from various Proximity probe drivers.

Features:

  • Simulates signal output from various non-contact sensors
  • Fully compliant with ISO 20816 standards
  • Can be used in two different modes, namely stand alone and via computer
  • Software including a sensor/transmitter database
  • Automatic reporting in PC mode
  • Use via menu structure
  • Multiple languages ​​in the menu
  • Metric and Imperial (Imperial) Units
  • PC connection
  • Operates on 4 AA rechargeable batteries

The datasheet of this instrument can be found here.

NID-1100

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Rotor Speed ​​Simulator NID-1100

The NID-1100 is an easy-to-operate, battery-operated instrument that allows you to simulate speed sensors and transmitters in the range of 1 to 60.000 rpm, to determine the cabling and function of the associated measuring instruments, FFT analyzers or Condition Monitoring. test systems.

The instrument has four output signals:
- RPM Tachometer output (TTL Level)
- RPM Proximity Probe output (supplied over -24 VDC)
- RPM Proximity Probe output (supplied over +24 VDC)
- OSO Optical Speed ​​output over LED.

In MANUAL mode the speed and output can be selected. The output can be controlled via Start and Stop, and the speed can be changed via the arrow keys.

In AUTOMATIC mode ramps can be defined with acceleration time from zero to nominal speed, averaging time and ramp down time.

 

SC-100

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IEPE Sensor Checker SC-100

SC-100 is an easy-to-use, battery-operated instrument that allows you to:

  • Testing and assessing electrical functionality of IEPE (ICP) sensors by measuring quiescent voltage.
  • Simulate IEPE (ICP) sensors to test the cabling as well as the function of subsequent measuring instruments, FFT analyzers or condition monitoring systems.
  • In BOV Test (Bias Output Voltage) mode, the sensor is powered by the SC-100 at 24V/3mA. The quiescent voltage output by the sensor electronics is shown in the LCD display and its status indicated by three LEDs.
  • In the Signal Generator mode, the instrument produces a sine wave at 100 mV RMS and 160 Hz to stimulate an IEPE (ICP) sensor. This allows the cabling with regard to the measuring instrument or system and its function to be tested.

PC 100

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Proximity Probe Checker PC-100

The PC-100 is an easy-to-use battery-operated instrument that allows you to:

  • Adjust contactless distance sensors (proximity probe, also known as Eddy Current) and;
  • Simulate 4-20 mA sensors to test the cabling and function of the associated measuring instrument such as condition monitoring systems.
  • In GAP TEST (distance/gap) mode, the PC-100 measures the DC Gap voltage at the buffered output of the proximity probe transmitter (proximitor).
  • In CURRENT SOURCE Mode, the instrument produces a constant current of 12 mA to power a 4-20 mA sensor. This allows the cabling to the associated measuring instrument or system and its function to be tested.

MSC 1015

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Multi Signal Calibrator MSC-1015

The MSC-1015 is an easy-to-use battery-operated instrument that allows you to simulate the output signals of various sensors and transmitters, as well as test and evaluate the electrical functionality of IEPE (ICP) sensors by measuring the quiescent voltage.

Following modes can be selected:

  • mV - Sinusoidal AC Output Voltage (Single Ended)
  • IEPE (ICP) output voltage
  • pC - Load Output (Single Ended or Differential)
  • 4-20mA - DC Power Output Dual