PCB Piezotronics Expands HUMS Product Offering

July 27, 2006
The Vibration Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc., has expanded its line of Health & Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) products, to include new ICP charge output and high temperature sensors.

The Vibration Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc., has expanded its line of Health & Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) products, to include new ICP®, charge output and high temperature sensors. HUMS products are designed for in-flight monitoring and predictive maintenance of critical flight systems on helicopters and some fixed wing aircraft.

PCB® HUMS sensors feature a robust design, are available in either ICP® or charge output designs, with top or side exit electrical connectors, and in a variety of hermetically sealed physical configurations. High temperature versions operate up to +900 °F (+482 °C); with a ± 500 g pk measurement range; and in frequencies of up to 15k Hz. Also available is the new Model 495B10 differential charge converter, operating from aircraft power, will condition the signal of a charge output accelerometer, enabling it to be used by standard data acquisition equipment.

Contact:
Andrea Mohn
Marketing Coordinator
PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
3425 Walden Avenue
Depew, NY 14043-2495
Phone: (800) 828-8840 ext. 2216
Fax: (716) 684-0987
E-mail: [email protected]

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