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Accumetrics Associates AT-5000 EasyApp telemetry system is now available with two optional higher bandwidths to meet the needs of engineers who need to gather higher frequency sensor data, including data from AC coupled dynamic strain gage torque and pressure, high frequency noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), torsional vibration analysis and hydro-blade cavitation.

The AT-5000, which in standard form offers 1-kHz bandwidth with DC coupling, is now available with these options:

*3 kHz bandwidth, 7,812 samples per second, with AC or DC coupling, and
*5 kHz bandwidth, 11,718 samples per second, AC or DC coupling.

Equipped to measure strain, torque, temperature, voltage and bridge-conditioned sensors, the AT-5000 EasyApp is a single-channel, battery powered rotary telemetry system designed for rapid deployment on existing machinery. The AT-5000 EasyApp can accommodate almost any measurement source, including strain gage, thermocouple, voltage (and accelerometers, with an adapter) and can operate in environments up to 85 degrees C, or optionally to 110 degrees C.

Accumetrics Associates Inc. (518) 393-2200.


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