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The new industrial vibration monitoring catalog features the most popular Wilcoxon Research premium, standard, high-performance, specialty and 4-20 mA vibration sensors, which lead the industry in quality and innovation. The catalog also includes the popular Intelligent Transmitter series, a vibration transmitter, vibration alarm and communication module which output 4-20 mA vibration data. Most process control systems, such as a PLC, DCS or SCADA system, accept 4-20 mA data as a standard input.

This easy-to-read reference brochure is designed to make sensor selection fast and hassle-free. Models are sorted by type and include application information. The catalog also includes a sensor selection chart which simplifies identifying the right sensor based upon specifications.

“The new short form catalog has a variety of high quality products for any vibration monitoring need. Featured sensors include general purpose, velocity, triaxial, high temperature, high frequency and low frequency accelerometers,” said Tom Smith, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Wilcoxon Research product line.

Vibration sensor mounting hardware and accessories can also be found in the catalog. High quality cables, junction boxes, and termination boxes to complete the sensor network are included, as well as Meggitt’s popular MaxFlex® cable assemblies compatible with data collectors from SKF, Emerson (CSI), Rockwell (Entek IRD) and others.

Anyone can download the catalog from http://www.wilcoxon.com/knowdesk/WilcoxonResearchCatalog2011web.pdf. To learn more about Meggitt’s Wilcoxon Research industrial vibration sensors, or the pledge of Total Lower Cost of Ownership, visit www.wilcoxon.com, call 800-WILCOXON, or email wilcoxon@meggitt.com.

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