The output signal of acceleration sensors quite often have to be enhanced with separate measurement amplifiers for the measurement system. Acceleration sensors with a charge output need to have a very elaborate measurement amplifier that should always be purchased with the sensor. Acceleration sensors on an ICP- or semiconductor-basis can be directly conntected to the measurement systems of BMC Messsysteme GmbH via the measurement amplifiers of the MA- respectively MAL-Series.
- Visualize. Configure.
- Various versions.
- Show signals.
Live or recorded.
- MultiScan & File Train. (just NV Pro)
- Trigger & Prehistory. (just NV Pro)
- 5B compatible for measurement amplifiers of the MA-Series
- 8 amplifier inputs, 8 analog inputs (non-amplified)
- 16 bit, max. 250kHz
- 2 analog outputs (16 bit, ±10V)
- 32 digital channels (2x16 bit, TTL/CMOS)
- 3 counters (32 bit, max. 16 MHz) for pulse, incremental encoder, or pulse-time measurement
- power supply 12-40V
- TCP/IP Ethernet (Twisted Pair)
- synchronized to real-time
- individual plug-in cassettes installable per channel
Now you've got an all-round carefree package for your measurement task. From your sensor to the connection technology, to connecting cables right through to displaying live data of our signals. Best components, combined perfectly.
To give your application a complete measurement system you will need several components. Below we offer a perfect solution from our modular product range, preconfigurated and optimized in price and value.
Of course all components can be adjusted to your individual needs. Our team is more than happy to help any time via phone or mail.
Acceleration is mainly a dynamic signal. Frequencies occur mostly in the range of 100hz ... 50kHz. Acceleration signals can be vibrations, impacts or acustic values. The absolute value of an acceleration is not the only valuable information of a signal. Quite often the frequencies that are enclosed in the signal are most interesting. Here it is extremely important that the used measurement system records the measured data truly equidistant.
For the acquisition of accelerations, sensors with various measurement principles can be used. Miniature sensors mostly are built with piezo-electric sensors or by MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems). Mini sensors with the dimension of just a few grams have measurement ranges of some g up to dozens or even hundreds of g and are resistent to impacts. The resolution reaches 0,01 mg.