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9 Accelerometer Specs You Probably Don’t Check- and When You Should!

Peter Eitnier | Field Application Engineer, Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
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Webinar Description:

This is not your average accelerometer specifications course. “Understanding accelerometer datasheets” articles, presentations and webinars are as ubiquitous as they are important. But there’s more to sensor selection than sensitivity! In this webinar, you’ll learn about many of the less-frequently discussed accelerometer specifications and how, when, and why they impact the quality of your data – long after the vibration sensor has been commissioned.

Learning Takeaways:

1. 3 specifications to check for sensor longevity
2. 6 specifications that impact the reliability of your vibration data
3. The role of cabling, mounting and instrumentation in achieving the full potential of high-performance accelerometers

About the Presenters:

Peter Eitnier is a Senior Applications Engineer at Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies in Frederick, Maryland. He holds an ISO CAT II certification as a vibration analyst and a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland. Since joining Wilcoxon in 2012, he has specialized in providing technical expertise to customers in a variety of applications.

As the Director of Product and Project Management at Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies, Tom LaRocque is a technical leader and the driving force behind innovative vibration monitoring solutions that are shaping the future. For over 25 years, Tom has focused on design and development of industrial vibration sensing products, while developing product lines and manufacturing processes that deliver strong advantages, save time and optimize resources. His priority is continuing Wilcoxon’s six-decades-long legacy of bringing high quality, reliable vibration monitoring solutions and accessories to market that improve manufacturing processes and maximize efficient plant operations. Tom holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Clarkson University.

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Peter Eitnier Field Application Engineer, Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies

Peter Eitnier is a Senior Applications Engineer at Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies in Frederick, Maryland. He holds an ISO CAT II certification as a vibration analyst and a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland. Since joining Wilcoxon in 2012, he has specialized in providing technical expertise to customers in a variety of applications.