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IEPE Sensor Selection Considerations

Peter Eithnier
Peter Eitnier | Field Applications Engineer, Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

This webinar will cover the basic considerations that need to be taken into account when selecting an IEPE accelerometer or velocity sensor for vibration monitoring. Topics such as expected amplitudes, frequency range, hazardous area requirements, cabling and mounting methods, and sensor styles will be touched on.

Learning Takeaways:

1. How to select the right accelerometer or velocity sensor for your vibration monitoring application
2. What to take into consideration when evaluating a vibration monitoring opportunity
3. How sensor specifications impact their usability in various applications

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Peter Eitnier is a Field 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 well as supporting sales and marketing efforts and product development.

 

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About the Author

Peter Eithnier
Peter Eitnier Field Applications Engineer, Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies

Peter Eitnier is a Field 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 well as supporting sales and marketing efforts and product development.