Wilcoxon Research unveils six Class I Division 2 (Zone 2) accelerometers and cable-connector assemblies
Wilcoxon Research announces the release of six Class I Division 2 (Zone 2) accelerometers. The company is also releasing three compatible cable-connector assemblies suitable for installation in Class I Division 2 (Zone 2) environments.
The six sensors, which received the Class I Division 2 (Zone 2) certification, all have a sensitivity of 100 mV/g and a +5% sensitivity tolerance. The standard top-exit model is the 786A-D2. The standard side-exit model is the 787A-D2, which is also available with a metric M8 mounting stud, model 787A-M8-D2. The 780A-D2 is a compact sensor for portable data collection. The integral cable model is the 786F-D2. The 786T-D2 is a dual-output model that senses both vibration and temperature.
Three compatible connector-cable assemblies, suitable for Class I Division 2 (Zone 2) environments, are also offered by Wilcoxon Research. Each cable connector can be lock wired to prevent it from inadvertently backing off the sensor. The R6D2-J9T2A mates a MILC-C-5015 style two-pin connector with a twisted pair, Teflon-jacketed cable for 200°C industrial environments. The R6D2-J10 mates a MIL-C-5015 two-pin connector with a twisted pair cable; the cable has an Enviroprene jacket that is well-suited for 125°C industrial environments. The R6D2-J9T2A and R6D2-J10 are compatible with all of the Class I Division 2 (Zone 2) sensors except the 786T-D2. The 786T-D2 sensor is compatible with the R6GD2-J9T3A, a three-pin connector and three-wire cable with a Teflon jacket.