The 9110D calculates and displays test sensor sensitivity on the readout screen in real time. It also has built-in ICP® input for common piezoelectric accelerometers. In addition, users can now save up to 500 calibration records directly to the unit’s internal memory. These can also be copied or transferred to the included USB flash drive with Report Generation Workbook via the unit’s USB port. The saved data can then be transferred to a computer and an ISO 17025-compliant customizable Calibration Certificate generated and printed.
The unit is a compact, battery-powered and completely self-contained vibration reference source which can be conveniently used to calibrate individual sensors, vibration switches and data collectors, as well as to validate the entire measurement channel of a condition monitoring or recording system.
An integral precision quartz reference accelerometer and closed-loop level control gives the 9110D enhanced stability and superior vibration calibration over an extended 5 Hz to 10 kHz frequency range. Packaged in a rugged Pelican® Storm case, the 9110D is always ready for travel to test sites and bringing laboratory accuracy to the field.
The unit is small and completely self-contained, providing a known vibration reference source from 5 Hz (300 CPM) up to 10 kHz (600k CPM), at amplitudes up to 20 g pk (196 m/s2), shaker stroke and sensor mass dependent. Packaged in a lightweight, durable Pelican® Case with two press and pull latches and padlockable caps, the 9110D is always ready for travel to test sites.