Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery with worldwide charger
Switchable low pass filter
High performance crisp colour LCD display.
RMS, peak, peak-peak, crest factor readings in acceleration,
velocity or displacement modes
Bearing condition modes (acceleration and velocity)
100 memories can store vibration, temperature and time
Tough rubberised case
Adaptive amplifier for high accuracy
Audio output for listening to vibration directly
Supplied with MTN/2200T probe sensor, others available.
Displacement 2000 µm
Temperature < 100°C
Monitran is launching the MTN/VM220 handheld vibration and temperature meter for measuring vibration and temperature levels. The MTN/VM220 conforms to ISO 10816-3 and is suitable for detecting the early signs of component wear or failure in machinery, motors, gearboxes, pumps and other mechanical assemblies. The meter incorporates a crisp, colour LCD display and can store up to 100 readings (temperature and acceleration, velocity or displacement) against a real-time clock. Not only is the instrument useful for maintenance personnel monitoring existing equipment, but machine builders can also use it to check equipment prior to delivery - for example, to help identify faulty bearings, overheating motors and other potential problems that could result in warranty claims and unscheduled service visits.
Measuring just 122x78x28mm, the MTN/VM220 has an easy-to-grip, tough rubberised case and a long-life rechargeable battery. It is supplied with a probe into which is integrated a dual-output, general-purpose sensor, the MTN/2200T, which has default sensitivities of 100mV/g and 10mV/degC. Also included are a magnetic base and spike (for use with the probe), a coiled cable (0.5m nominal to 2m extended) with a four-pin Lumberg connector at each end, and a universal charger for the onboard battery; all components are stored in a foam-lined and durable carry case.
Andy Anthony, Monitran's Managing Director, comments: "We are extremely pleased with the look, feel and performance of our new vibration meter. Also, having hinted late last year that the meter was to be launched at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics, we have already received enquiries and advance orders from customers in the UK and abroad."