CR-101 Accelerometer for hand-arm vibration assessments

CR-101 Accelerometer for hand-arm vibration assessments
CR-101 Accelerometer for hand-arm vibration assessments
Code: 511

Brand: CrifferModel:CR-101 Reference: CR-101

 

 

CR-101

Accelerometer for HAV (Hand-arm vibration) assessments. The three channels(X, Y and Z) biodynamic coordinate system defines the position of the sensor according to the handle for manual equipment. The CR-101 features a MEMS sensor with the latest vibration transducer technology which provides greater shock resistance as well as being light and small.

 

Standards:

NR-15 Atividades e Operações Insalubres

NHO-10 Avaliação da exposição ocupacional a vibração em mãos e braços

ISO 5349-2 Mechanical vibration — Measurement and evaluation of human exposure to hand-transmitted vibration — part 2: practical guidance for measurement at the workplace

 

Technical Information

Triaxial Sensor
Frequency range: 0 to 2000 Hz

Operation Temperature: 0 to 50 ºC

Operation Humidity: 0 to 85% RH

Cable length: 1500 mm

Lemo type connector

Dimensions: 14  x 14  x 14 mm

Weight: 8 g

 

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    We guarantee our customers, for the period of 3 (three) years after the issuance of the invoice, technical assistance services for any defects caused by manufacturing or component failure that makes them inappropriate for the use they are intended.

     

    To validate the guarantee, it is necessary to send the instrument properly packed, including a copy of the invoice to: Av. Theodomiro Porto da Fonseca, 3101 / Unit 6, São Leopoldo / RS CEP: 93022-715 OR TO AN AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR..

     

    The period for repairing of the product will not exceed 10 working days, counted from the date of receipt in our laboratory.

     

    Conditions not covered by the warranty:

    Exposure to excessive heat (above 65 °C)

    Damage caused by impact.

    Damage caused by stretching the CR-101 sensor cable

    Opening the instrument without authorization (Breach of the seal)