|| Castle Group
|| Condition Monitoring, Diagnostic Vibration
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GA2002 Vibration Meter - Hire it today
Hire this simple to use vibration meter is perfect for basic machine condition monitoring and quick environmental measurements
This is the GA2002 General Purpose Pocket Vibration Meter which is simple to use and is perfect for basic machine condition monitoring and quick environmental measurements. It offers simple, reliable and accurate results for many types of vibration measurement plus instant data-logging. Flexibility of measurement parameters allow for diverse use.
Perfect for quick and simple measurements of vibration levels on machinery and in the environment. Stores 9 simple readings for later recall. It is an industrial grade vibration level indicator which features 3 basic parameters for acceleration (displayed in g), velocity (displayed in mm per second), and displacement (displayed in µm). The unit has two operating ranges (Low and High), independently selectable for each parameter, with the high range giving a x10 resolution step against the Low range. These ranges are not to be confused with Low and High pass frequency filter sets that may be available on other manufacturers vibration instruments.
- Mechanical and Linear frequency filters
- Acceleration, Velocity and Displacement
- RMS and Peak
- Complete with spike and magnet
The uses for this instrument are far-reaching and widespread. One prime example would be a maintenance operator verifying results from a fixed monitoring system or taking measurements for maintenance prediction. Another example is a construction engineer checking that the vibration from a piling operation is not exceeding any environmental thresholds.
- Small and Light weight
- Simple to Use
- Highly Robust
- Tactile Keypad
- 8 Character LCD Display
- Simple Data-logging of 9 Data-points
- Comes complete with Accelerometer, Cable, Spike Probe and Case
- Multiple Filters - Mechanical and Linear
- Multiple Integration Modes - Acceleration, Velocity and Displacement
- Multiple Measurements - RMS, Max RMS and Peak