The G-Link-200 from MicroStrain Sensing Systems is a battery-powered, wireless, 3-axis accelerometer with a rugged, weatherproof enclosure. It provides extremely low-noise waveform data and is ideal for vibration, impact, motion and tilt applications. Additionally, derived vibration parameters allow for long-term condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.

This integrated, high-performance accelerometer with DC to 1KHz bandwidth has an adjustable range of ±2/4/8g (G-Link-200-8G) or ±10/20/40g (G-Link-200-40G) and an extremely low noise density of 25µg/√Hz (G-Link-200-8G) and 80µg/√Hz (G-Link-200-40G). It features programmable high- and low-pass digital filters, an on-board temperature sensor (±0.25°C) and a tilt (±1° accuracy, <0.1° precision).

The G-Link-200 operates with an adjustable sampling rate of up to 4kHz and has continuous, periodic burst or event-triggered operation. The LXRS protocol allows lossless data collection, scalable network size and node synchronisation of ±50µs. Other features are output acceleration waveform data, tilt, and/or derived vibration parameters (velocity, amplitude, crest factor), data-logging up to 8 million data points and a wireless range up to 1km.

It is encased in an IP-67 weatherproof enclosure and has a stainless steel base with a mounting hole or optional magnetic base. It is powered by three on-board ½ AA 3.6V Li-SOCl2 batteries and has an operating temperature range of –40 to +85°C.

Applications include test and measurement, impact and event monitoring and equipment condition monitoring.

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