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Featuring an industry standard bench mount configuration, the Endevco® model 133 offers a standard RS232 serial interface and supports both ISOTRON® (IEPE) and charge output piezoelectric accelerometers with either manual or computer programmable configurations. Operation and programming of the Endevco® model 133 is achieved via the LED illuminated front panel with adjustable gain range of 0 to 1000. A flexible setup allows the user to match a wide range of sensor sensitivities, with output scaling per Engineering Units in mV/G, while three LED’s serve as built-in fault status indicators for open/short per channel at ISOTRON® inputs.

When used with supplied PC setup application software, the Endevco® model 133 allows for control of up to 60 measurement channels, with necessary serial communications to support automated test setups.Units feature a built-in four-pole low-pass filter, meeting requirements of both J211 and ISO6487 and with optional corner frequencies. A DC power option is also available for portable use within automotive testing applications. The rear panel contains an RJ-11 connector for the RS-232 port, an input power connector, a per-channel BNC output connector, a 10-32 input connector for the PE input and a BNC connector for the ISOTRON® input. Recommended accessories, sold separately, include a 19-inch rack mount adapter (model 31979) which facilitates installation of up to three units.

All Endevco® signal conditioners are offered with a comprehensive five-year product warranty, with select models available for immediate customer delivery under Meggitt’s Guaranteed InStockTM program.  This model is also offered to U.S. government customers at specially discounted pricing under the GSA Advantage program. For detailed technical specifications, drawings or additional information about the Endevco® model 133, visit www.meggittsensingsystems.com

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