The AS-6600 Accelerometer Simulator is a battery operated, hand held instrument designed to simulate the electrical signals generated by many commonly available vibration transducers.
Mimics the outputs of Charge and Voltage mode accelerometers.
4 output configurations – single ended piezoelectric, differential piezoelectric, IEPE and mV
Adjustable Tachometer output for use with tracking filter systems
Automatic vibration calculator
Outputs can be scaled in acceleration, velocity or displacement units
Selectable waveform types; sinusoidal, triangular or square.
40 profile internal storage capability
Utility software supplied allows users to generate and store multiple profile sets on their PC
Accredited Calibration available
Utility software offering greater flexibility when creating, storing and using simulation profiles with the following benefits:
– The creation of up to 40 simulation profiles within the framework of a single profile set which are stored in a dedicated folder on the PC. Multiple profile sets can be generated and stored in this manner.
– Create, name and save new profile sets from existing profile sets.
– Select specific profiles within a profile set for download
– Generate a customised description for each profile
– Create a note against each profile
– Change the mV/ IEPE output socket configuration
– View the input limitations of each parameter – reference the “Fixed outer limits” field
The utility software may be loaded onto a single PC or multiple PC’s allowing users to create their own personalised simulation libraries. Data transfer is in one direction only – from PC to the simulator which provides security against inadvertent corruption of stored profiles.
Universal charger with adapters (UK, Europe, USA/ Japan and Australia)
Carry case with cable pouch and shoulder strap
Mini USB to USB Cable, length – 2 m (6.6 ft )
Mating Twinax BNC Connector
10-32 UNF to BNC Adaptor
Differential cable assembly – Twinax BNC to 7/16”-27UNS-2A 2 pin connector. Standard and custom lengths available
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