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Explore the possibilities of the measurement world

from 13th to 15th October 2020. The HBK Product Physics Conference will


bring together interested parties, from an international community of users and partners, to learn more about how leaders of the global test and measurement community overcome their challenges. A wide range of topics, suitable for different

types of engineers will be covered, including industrial electronics and measurement chains set ups, improving the durability and reliability of products, data insight, automating analytics for huge quantities of sensor data, electric power testing, strain measurement, dynamic weighing, sound and vibration analysis, electroacoustics and more. Presented over three days, this free, user-

centric online event will demonstrate how HBK’s customers have implemented its tools to address engineering challenges and innovate in

est and measurement specialist, HBK has launched the countdown to its virtual Product Physics Conference, taking place

their industries. Attendees can also join interactive discussion panels, dedicated networking areas and presentations. The HBK Product Physics Conference is the

perfect opportunity to share experiences and learn best practices, while expanding personal networks. “The HBK Product Physics Conference

provides a unique opportunity to learn about the latest available industry-leading solutions from technical staff as well as practical use-case application successes from existing customers. Presented over three days, this user-centric, fully virtual conference brings engineers together to understand how HBK has developed leading tools to address engineering challenges and innovate in their respective industries,” comments Joe Vorih, CEO of HBK. He concludes, “HBK will showcase its latest

solutions for gaining insights into the performance of products measured in the mechanical, sound and vibration, and electrical domains.”



only provide the maximum benefit when applying the correct measurement technique. So what is the correct measurement and should this be implemented? What if changes to the measurement are


needed to optimise early fault detection? Whilst industrial vibration sensors offer a broadband performance suitable for most machines it’s the signal processing that makes the difference. Furthermore, the right hardware that provides a range of measurement algorithm options will maximise the return on investment and future proof the installation. Typically the higher cost of more sophisticated

vibration monitoring systems offering this type of flexibility can be difficult to justify for smaller machinery. This is why condition monitoring specialist SENSONICS developed the DN26 G3 protection monitor to provide a more suitable stand-alone monitor to complement their successful range of rack-mounted products. The dual channel din rail mountable unit provides

he advantages of applying vibration condition monitoring to rotating equipment is well established but this technique can

phase reference for further harmonic analysis of the vibration signals. The sensor interface is programmable to accept IEPE type accelerometers / velomiters, proximity probes (API 670 standard), and active / passive speed probes. All sensor signals are available via a buffered

monitoring of bearing vibration, shaft vibration, or shaft position with fully programmable signal conditioning and with a range of measurement algorithms and sensor options. The unit is designed for optimum flexibility; as a

universal module (single hardware platform) it is field upgradable and fully programmable. Special protection options include slow rotation vibration monitoring down to 0.2Hz and narrow band filter measurements for specific vibration signatures. In addition the DN26 G3 offers a dedicated speed monitor channel which can also be utilised as a


interface which provides the option of further detailed analysis if required. Three alarm relays are available as standard (expandable to up to seven relays via a digital interface), one dedicated to indicate module and sensor integrity. The other two relays are fully programmable across the alarm criteria selected and all three input channels measured values are available via a 4-20mA interface. The unit is available with Ethernet

communications as standard, permitting configuration either locally or remotely through the in-built webserver and offering Modbus over TCPIP for connecting measured data to other plant wide systems. The DN26-G3 features a built-in intuitive colour LCD display and menu drive facility providing various display modes and an alarm historian with real time logging capability.


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